COLAS SECURES CONTRACT AT LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Sully-Miller Contracting Company, a subsidiary of Colas in the United States,
has secured a contract for the construction of Taxiway P at the Los Angeles
International Airport (LAX).
The $84-million project involves the construction of a new 3,600-foot
(1,100-meter) long taxiway, providing an unimpeded connection between the north
and south airfields and access to the Midfield Satellite Concourse that is
currently under construction. It includes the placement of over 60,000 cubic
yards of concrete, 24,500 tons of asphalt, and 65,000 tons of aggregate.
The on-site work is scheduled to start in February 2020 and should last 15
Sully-Miller has already completed many successful projects for the Los Angeles
Airport. This new contract aligns with the subsidiary's strategy to pursue
larger complex projects.
Colas, a subsidiary of the Bouygues Group, is a world leader whose mission is
to promote transport infrastructure solutions for sustainable mobility. With
58,000 employees in more than 50 countries on five continents, the Group
performs some 85,000 road construction and maintenance projects each year via
800 construction business units and 2,000 material production units.
In 2018, consolidated revenue at Colas totaled 13.2 billion euros (51% outside
of France). Net profit attributable to the Group amounted to 226 million euros.