South Eurohub site – digging begins

 

On 5 September 2012, Étienne Schneider, the Economy and Foreign Business minister, Alex Bodry, the mayor of Dudelange, and Laurent Zeimet, the mayor of Bettembourg attended the official ceremony marking the launch of infrastructure construction works on the South Eurohub site, on ground formerly occupied by the WSA.

 

After five years of studies and planning, digging has officially started on the infrastructure of the South Eurohub site in Dudelange and Bettembourg.

 

This former military site is to be transformed into a logistics platform. Once sufficient progress has been made on the infrastructure, work will start on building various logistics spaces inside.

 

Félix Giorgetti will begin by tackling earthworks, roads and other networks, as well as demolishing various existing buildings. These infrastructure works have now begun and are scheduled to continue until 2014.

Félix Giorgetti will then be responsible for building the new 15,000m² Transalliance site from 2013 onwards.

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