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Skanska to expand Harbor Line at Hisingen, Gothenburg, Sweden

Skanska has signed an agreement with Trafikverket, the Swedish Transport Administration, to build double lanes for the freight railway Hamnbanan, the Eriksberg-Pölsebo stage, in Gothenburg, Sweden. The contract is worth about SEK 1.3 billion, which will be included in the order bookings for Skanska Sweden for the third quarter of 2019.

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Trelleborg to supply the World's widest immersed Tunnel

Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation has signed a contract with CCCC Fourth Harbor Engineering Co., Ltd, one of China’s largest infrastructure construction services institutions, for the supply of its industry leading tunnel sealing solutions to China’s ShenZhong Link.

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Tradecc showcases chemical Grouting Solutions at STUVA Expo 2019

Each tunneling project is unique and has its own challenges related to the conditions of the soil, the surface or the underground structures present. On November 26th and 27th 2019, Tradecc will present its construction chemicals, engineered to face those challenges, at STUVA Expo, one of the most specialized exhibitions for the tunnelling sector. At booth C123, visitors can also discover the latest innovative additions to Tradecc’s range of tunnelling solutions.

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Herrenknecht: Aircraft Take-offs above, Tunnel Construction below

 

Dubai International Airport is the hub of air traffic in the Persian Gulf: nearly 90 million international passengers are handled here each year. The operators are constantly investing in capacity expansion. As part of Dubai International Airport Expansion Phase 3, during ongoing flight operations a Herrenknecht micromachine (AVND2400AB) safely and precisely excavated three 610, 765 and 825 m long sections for a new stormwater drainage tunnel under the taxiway.

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Successful Re-use for Herrenknecht TBM in The Hague

 

In The Hague, a refurbished tunnel boring machine (Mixshield, Ø 11,340 mm) has successfully excavated the twin tubes of the Victory Boogie Woogie Tunnel. After only 12 months, in January 2019 the final breakthrough took place near the city center of the Dutch coastal city. With a length of around 1,600 meters per tube, the tunnel section built using mechanized tunnelling technology is the centerpiece of Rotterdamsebaan, the largest infrastructure project in The Hague.

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