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Eole

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Eole is a project to improve the mobility of the residents of Ile-de-France. In 2024, the current RER E will be extended 55 km to the West from the Haussmann Saint-Lazare station to “Mantes la Jolie”.

The project will provide the region’s residents and the 620,000 passengers who use it daily with a much more fluid, faster and more reliable link for a large number of journeys between the East and West of the IDF.

OUR CONTRIBUTION

BIM Assistance  :

MOEG BIM assistance in the Mantes sector

  • Management of multi-business interfaces
  • Definition and management of BIM processes
  • Management of the BIM model
Catenary :

Assistance to MOET on the Catenary lot

  • Management of the producing companies
  • Control of catenary works
  • Assembly of DOE
Location
Ile-de-France - France
Completion date
2024
Clients
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