Denmark/Germany

Fehmarnbelt link: New Tender for geological Surveys

In just over a year, contractors are expected to commence construction of the Fehmarnbelt link. As result, a number of detailed surveys of the seabed off the shores of Fehmarn and Lolland need to be carried out. The studies will concentrate on the future working harbours and piers and on where the future dykes on the pensinsulas are to be.

Femern A/S has been conducting extensive studies of the soil conditions since 2009. The new surveys will add to the existing knowledge of the Fehmarnbelt area.The work has been posted in October at EU procurement where Femern A/S is asking potential...

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Issue 2014-04 Denmark/Germany

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Issue 2011-02 Denmark

Construction of a Tunnel instead of a Bridge at Fehmarn Belt

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