The A63 highway project is located in the South West of France and comprises the enlargement, financing, operation & maintenance of the existing 105km N10 road that runs between Salles (Gironde) and Saint-Geours de Maremne (Landes) under a 40 year concession agreement.Read More
The IJmuiden sea lock project comprises the design, construction, financing and maintenance of a new sea lock at IJmuiden, the Netherlands.Read More
The Netz West project involves the purchase of 15 new Bombardier diesel locomotives and 90 refurbished passenger carriages, and the provision of these assets for 19 years to the regional operator of the passenger rail network between Hamburg and the Island of Sylt pursuant to a Rolling Stock Provision Agreement with the State of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.Read More
The Royal Jubilee Hospital project in Canada comprises a 42.000 m2 patient care centre, including 500 beds in largely single occupancy rooms, plus a bridge connecting the new care centre with the existing hospital.Read More
The Delfluent project consists of the design, construction, financing and operation of the Dutch wastewater treatment plant Harnaschpolder, and the refurbishment of the existing plant Houtrust to bring this plant in line with current environmental regulations.Read More
Pursuant to a forward sale agreement, DIF acquired 100% of three 10MW solar PV projects (Glenarm LP, Goldlight LP and Illumination LP) in Ontario, Canada upon their completion of construction in 2014-15.Read More
The Thames Tideway Tunnel project (TTT) is the largest single asset in the water sector, and will form part of the London (UK) sewer network. The project will comprise a 7.2m diameter tunnel that will run for 25km at depths of 65 meters below the river Thames, with multiple sewage inflow points and will connect with a sewage process works downstream.Read More
The A7 highway is one of the main North – South transport corridors in Germany. The project covers the northern part (65 km) of the A7 in the Hamburg area and comprises the expansion of the A7 from a two-lane to a three and four-lane motorway, and its operation & maintenance.
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