After an initial campaign in 2019, during which more than 50,000 tons of excavated material were removed in three months, a second campaign began last May and will continue until next April.
The excavated soil from the site will be transported via a sorting platform at the future Bry-Villiers-Champigny train station, which will house a branch terminal facility (ITE) on the national rail network. Sorted, the soil is loaded into freight trains of about twenty specific wagons pulled by our locomotives, and evacuated twice a day.
As on many construction sites, Eiffage supports its client, in this case Société du Grand Paris, in the development of a less emissive mode of transport.
Photos Credit : Eiffage Rail