North-South Metro Line

Project description

One of the most challenging international metro projects of the last decade is the North/South Metro Line in Amsterdam. To relieve the existing public transport system (bus, tram, metro and ferry lines) in and around Amsterdam, the existing metro system will be complemented by an additional 5th line, the North-South line. The new line is expected to provide transport for approximately 200,000 people a day. The 1st part of the line extends from the A10 ring road in Amsterdam North to the A10 ring road in Amsterdam South and has a length of 9.5-km. In a later stage, the line may be extended to the north, in the direction of Zaandam and to the south, in the direction of Schiphol International Airport.

Scope of Work

As the Lead Consultant for the Client, the Municipality of Amsterdam, the TEC partners were responsible for the integral design. During the initial stages, the Reference Design was developed, followed by the pre-design, final and detailed designs, drawings and technical specifications, tender documents, consultancy regarding the contracting strategy, contract administration, construction supervision, as well as the preparation of procedures and guidelines for project monitoring, assistance with the public consultation and permit process, risk management, construction safety and environmental issues.

Specification sheet 2 page(s) - 880 kB

Client

Municipality of Amsterdam

In co-operation with

Type of project

Metro's

Country

The Netherlands

Location

Amsterdam

Project duration

1994- ongoing

Project phase

All project phases

Construction cost

€ 3.000.000.000,- (excl. VAT)

Consultancy fee

More than € 200.000.000,- (excl. VAT)