Nordisk Bergteknik wins its single largest assignment in Norway to date – signs an agreement with Implenia Norge regarding the Fornebubanen worth SEK 90 million
Nordisk Bergteknik, via its subsidiary Songdalen Fjellsprenging, has signed a new major agreement in Norway regarding the construction of the penultimate stage of the Fornebubanen, named K2D. Net sales for Nordisk Bergteknik regarding this specific project is estimated to be in the order of SEK 90 million. The main contractor and counterpart is Implenia Norge.
– It is very gratifying that we have been trusted to participate in the completion of the Fornebubanen, and to receive our single largest assignment in Norway to date. It is a complex project where our long experience and solid know-how come in handy in disciplines such as injection work, rock reinforcement, drilling and rock excavation as well as foundation reinforcement. We start by carrying out the injection work and will start with the rest of the work during February, says Andreas Christoffersson, CEO of Nordisk Bergteknik AB.
K2D, which is the penultimate stage of the major infrastructure project Fornebubanen, will consist of a subway station at Skøyen, approximately 1.8 km of two-way tunnel under a built-up area and an escape tunnel at Bestum.
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About Nordisk Bergteknik
Nordisk Bergteknik has a clear growth strategy with the objective to contribute to the development of a future sustainable society. Our companies are specialists within rock handling and foundation solutions, and through compassion and skill they are able to combine demand with the surrounding natural conditions. To be involved at an early stage in building modern societal functions is our everyday life, our home ground and our future.