As part of a special purpose company, Fluor provided engineering, procurement and construction services, as well as operations and maintenance, for reconstruction of the A27 and A1 motorways. The public-private partnership project included widening the A27 motorway to two three-lane traffic lanes, widening the A1 motorway to two four-lanes and increasing capacity at the A27/A1 connecting curve within the Eemnes Junction.
The project involved construction of more than 23 kilometers (14.3 miles) of motorway. More than 125,000 metric tons of quieter asphalt were installed, and 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) of sound barrier and smart construction methods were implemented to reduce the impact of construction on surrounding communities.
Recycled asphalt was used to provide a sustainable new top layer of the road.
The 3Angle team worked closely with key stakeholders and local communities in the redesign of the viaducts and public green spaces. Ensuring the welfare of local wildlife was also a key consideration, and a fauna tunnel was constructed to protect the habitats of animals living near the road.