Following a unanimous vote by the contract award committee, Egis, in collaboration with Lavigne-Chéron Architects, has won the project management competition for the Fond Lahayé viaduct, launched by the Martinique Territorial Authority. This spectacular suspended bridge with a 386-metre span will be the first link in the process of opening up the island's northern coast.
The operation consists of building a viaduct to take the RN2 highway across the coastal bay of the Fond Lahayé neighbourhood of Schoelcher in Martinique. The viaduct is a suspended single span bridge measuring 386m between pylons and 25.6m in width. It will carry a 2×2 carriageway and a 4.75m-wide path for use by soft transport modes looking out over the sea.
This solution was selected:
The project management assignments comprise the finalisation of the preliminary studies drawn up during the competition, final design studies, the formulation of legal submissions, the award of building contracts and the supervision of construction.