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Luas Cross City line is the latest part of the light rail network in Dublin, Ireland. Due for completion in 2017, it will serve a 5.6 km long corridor from the Luas Green line’s central terminus at St Stephen’s Green to Broombridge railway station in the north west.
The NEC3 Supply Contract is being used to procure over 2000 cast-iron containers for storing intermediate level nuclear waste generated during the operational and early decommissioning phases of the UK’s now-obsolete Magnox power stations.
When Segment 10 of the NLEX Harbor Link opens to traffic towards the end of 2016, it will be the first construction project to have been completed in the Philippines using an NEC contract.
Mt Mercer wind farm is the first NEC project undertaken in Australia, successfully completed on time and budget at the end of 2014.
The village sewerage project in Sha Tau Kok, New Territories, Hong Kong is the Hong Kong government’s second NEC pilot project. Due for completion in 2017, the project aims to improve the water quality.
Global energy and petrochemical group, Shell successfully completed a multi-million Euro environmental enhancement project in North Africa in 2010 using the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC).
This 4 year term contract for slope maintenance in the New Territories and northern outlying islands was the Hong Kong government’s first to be procured using the NEC3 Term Service Contract (TSC).
The new Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) lifeboat station at St Davids in Pembrokeshire, Wales completes a £75 million NEC-procured capital works programme to deliver new slipway stations for Tamar-class all-weather lifeboats.
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