Start of construction: December 2018
Construction volume (value of our services): 328 M EUR
The project comprises the two-lane extension of the Varberg-Hamra section, which is part of the Västkustbanan railway line connecting Göteborg with the southern Swedish city of Lund. As part of an Early Contractor Involvement contract (ECI con-tract), Implenia was initially awarded with the Preliminary Design (Phase 1) in June 2018, and subsequently with the Detailed Design and Construction (Phase 2) in September 2019.
Construction volume (value of our services): 90 M EUR
As the second of four phases of the so-called City Link Project, the Anneberg-Skanstull Tunnel serves to improve the power supply in the Greater Stockholm area. At a length of around 14 km and a diameter of 5 m, the tunnel is being driven about 50 - 100 m below the Swedish capital using a tunnel boring machine.
Start of construction: January 2018
Construction volume (value of our services): 77 M EUR
Extensive rock and concrete work at Katarina Mountain
Implenia Sweden is building a repository for process waste from Boliden's Rönnskär copper smelter in Skelleftehamn. Boliden has awarded Implenia the contract, which essentially consists of drilling and blasting a series of rock excavation chambers with high crack protection, located around 330 m below sea level below the smelter. The contract is the first won by Implenia Sverige AB for the mining industry. The project has a duration of 3 years, starting in January 2018.
Start of construction: April 2017
Construction volume (value of our services): 88 M EUR
Complex project in the heart of Stockholm.
Start of construction: March 2017
To ease the traffic situation in Gothenburg, Sweden, the new Marieholmstunnel was built. It is intended to facilitate the crossing of the Göta Älv river, which runs through the city center, and to reduce congestion at the neighboring Tingstadtunnel and the existing bridges.
Start of construction: December 2014
Construction volume (value of our services): 254 M EUR
The bypass “Förbifart” Stockholm is a link between the north and south of the capital of Sweden and intends to relieve the traffic through the city. The 21 km long bypass motorway, of which approximately 17 km are underground in a depth of up to 70 m, is divided into six lots. With the 3.6 km long Johannelund tunnel (Lot FSE 403), Implenia won the contract for one of the first lots.
Start of construction: September 2014
The 370 meter long bridge was concreted in three sections and post-tensioned by BBV Systems with internal tendons BBV L9 and BBV L19.
Start of construction: April 2012
In Lysekil on the west coast of Sweden, approx. 60 km north of Gothenburg, the currently largest LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) receiving terminal in Scandinavia was built on behalf of Skangass.
Start of construction: May 2011
The “Citybanan” project in the heart of Stockholm includes several tunnel construction projects (including the Söderström tunnel, which was pre-tensioned by BBV), as well as bridge structures over busy train routes and motorways.
Start of construction: September 2009
The Söderström tunnel as part of the Citybanan project is an approx. 300 meter long submerged tunnel that crosses under the Söderström and a branch of Lake Mälaren and is located between two rock tunnels.
Start of construction: December 2008
Construction volume (value of our services): 147 M EUR
The Citybanan connects the northern and the southern part of Stockholm subterranean with two additional rail tracks and doubles the capacity of the rail connection which exists since 1871. The wider area of Stockholm increases by 20.000 inhabitants every year. To offset the estimated traffic volume, the project Citybanan was realized.
Start of construction: December 2007
Construction volume (value of our services): 165 M EUR
The design was carried out by Technisches Büro, Implenia's, then Bilfinger's, in-house Structural Design department.
Start of construction: October 2007
The bridges were longitudinally prestressed with BBV tendons of various sizes.
Start of construction: December 2004
Construction volume (value of our services): 325 M EUR
The Citytunnel Malmö is part of the in total 17 km long railway infrastructure project to improve connections of the Swedish railway network across the Öresund Bridge to Denmark and the European high speed railway network.