A contract worth €52m for work on the streets and lighting in the French city of Le Plessis-Robinson has been won by Plessentiel, a company owned by three Colas subsidiaries, and ETDE, the subsidiary of Bouygues Construction.

The 20-year public-private partnership (PPP) deal includes €21m for the initial upgrading phase.

Work involves the refurbishment of 17km of streets similar to the existing design, the upgrading of street lighting, as well as the redesign of certain streets and pavements to improve safety.

Construction will be carried out in a consortium comprising of Screg Ile-de-France Normandie, Colas Ile-de-France Normandie, Aximum and ETDE, in partnership with Sorec Ingénierie and Jardin Service.

The project is set to begin this month and is expected to be complete in 30 months.

After completion, Plessentiel will be responsible for renewing and maintaining the network for 20 years.