Sweden

Stockholm Bypass: Implenia will build the Johannelund Tunnel

The “Förbifart Stockholm” bypass is creating a new north-south link on the edge of Sweden’s capital. The Swiss construction and construction services company Implenia is to handle the first construction section, Lot FSE 403. Contracts were signed in mid-August 2015 with the awarding body, the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket). The order, which includes execution of the project as well as some of the planning, is worth around 2.1 billion Swedish krona (223 million euros).

The section awarded to Implenia includes the two three-lane main tubes of the Johannelund Tunnel, with a length...

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