Norway

Bilfinger wins contract for Eiganes Tunnel in Stavanger

The engineering and services group Bilfinger has won an order in the Norwegian city of Stavanger for the construction of the Eiganes Tunnel which will significantly reduce the volume of traffic in the city center. Construction work for the tunnel has commenced at the end of June 2014

In the future, the European Route 39, one of the main traffic arteries on Norway‘s southwest coast, will pass through the new tunnel. The project has a total value of 230 million euros. It will be carried out by a joint venture in which Bilfinger holds a 60 percent stake and the Norwegian company Stangeland 40...

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