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SMS 2A - New double track railway Sandbukta-Moss-Såstad

Såstad, Dilling, Moss, Norway

Start of construction: June 2019

Construction volume (value of our services): 728 M CHF

The new double track railway Sandbukta-Moss-Såstad (SMS) is part of the Intercity development and is one of the sections of the line towards Halden (the Østfold railway's western line).

Semmering Base Tunnel SBT Lot 1.1

Maria Schutz, Austria

Start of construction: December 2014

Construction volume (value of our services): 457 M EUR

The approximately 27.3 km long Semmering Basistunnel is one of the most important and complex infrastructure projects in the heart of Europe. This double-tube railway tunnel is located between Gloggnitz and Mürzzuschlag, linking the two federal states of Lower Austria and Styria. As part of the new southern railway, which is the central axis on the trans-European route from the Baltic Sea to the Adriatic Sea, it represents a sustainable investment in both Austrian and European rail infrastructure.

Semmering Base Tunnel SBT Lot 2.1

Steiermark, Austria

Start of construction: December 2013

Construction volume (value of our services): 623 M EUR

The planned Semmering Base Tunnel (SBT) is currently one of the most important large-scale infrastructure projects in the heart of Europe, and forms part of the new Austrian southern railway, a central axis on the trans-European route from the Baltic to the Adriatic. With an overall length of 27.3 km, the SBT links Lower Austria with Steiermark. Österreichische Bundesbahn [Austrian Railways] has appointed Implenia as part of a consortium with Swietelsky for the construction of central Lot 2.1, a section about 13 km in length.

Storöy wind farm

Storöy, Norway

Start of construction: January 2018

The Storöy wind farm is located on the north side of the island of Storøya in the province of Rogaland near the city of Haugesund in Norway.

Saggrenda Bridge, Norway

Saggrenda, Norway

Start of construction: May 2017

A section of the E134 includes the approx. 300 m long Saggrenda Bridge, which spans 10 fields and rests on a 78 m long and 21 m high concrete arch over the Kobberbergselva river.

E18 Knapstad-Retvet, Norway

Knapstad, Norway

Start of construction: April 2015

Tendons for a section of the E18 between Knapstad and Retvet

EK2: Farris bridge

Larvik, Norway

Start of construction: September 2014

Construction volume (value of our services): 2,26 M EUR

Farris bridge pases in a horizontal curve around the Farris Lake, near Larvik in Vestfold. The bridge is a part of E18, and is a part of the new 7 km long stretch from Bommestad to Sky in Larvik. The bridge is a part of the new E18 in Vestfold, Norway.

Eiganestunnelen, E 39 (Lot E04)

Stavanger, Norway

Start of construction: January 2014

Construction volume (value of our services): 249 M EUR

The E39 Eiganes tunnel (Lot E04) is part of the coastal main road between Kristiansand and Trondheim and is built in conjunction with rv.13 Ryfast which connects the municipal districts of Strand and Stavanger. This urban road tunnel project will relieve the area from traffic, improve road safety and reduce road congestion.

Tresfjord Bridge

Vestnes, Norway

Start of construction: January 2013

The Tresfjord Bridge with a length of 1,290 meters is part of the approximately 20 km long extension of the E 136 motorway between Åndalsnes and Ålesund.

Litjsund Bridge

Nähe Trondheim, Norway

Start of construction: April 2005

As part of the Imarsund project, a new road connection was built on the coast of Norway, west of Trondheim.

Wienerwald-Tunnel

Westportal Wienerwaldtunnel, Austria

Start of construction: December 2003

Construction volume (value of our services): 341 M EUR

The Wienerwald Tunnel is an integral part of the new high speed railway line between Vienna and St. Pölten.

Taiwan High Speed Railway

Changhua, 石牌里, Taiwan

Start of construction: May 2000

Construction volume (value of our services): 166 M EUR

Lot 6 (C 260) is 36.60 km long and includes seven tunnels with a total length of 9,245 m. The 7,276 m long Paghuashan Tunnel is the longest of tunnels. The lengths of the two northern and four southern shorter tunnels range between 163 m and 721 m. The tunnels had cross sections between 125 to 135 m², depending on excavation class and thickness of the inner lining.