The project, awarded by Northern Ireland's Department of Infrastructures, included the design and construction of the road, which is 25 km long.
This section is part of the North West Transport Corridor, which links the metropolitan area of Belfast and the North West of the country.
For the execution of this project, the consortium, made up of Sacyr and Wills Bros completed 22 structures, including four new interchanges and three roundabouts. The main figures for this project give a clear idea of its huge scope: 4 million cubic meters of earth moved, 500,000 tons in the execution of semi-flexible surfaces and 50 km of drainage systems.
These improvements guarantee the comfort, traffic, and safety of the more than 15,000 users that travel the road each day. Additionally, the infrastructure represents a significant reduction on journey times, cutting commutes by more than 10 minutes. Over 600 professionals have collaborated to the make this project a success since the beginning of the contract