Femern A/S has today signed contracts with Ramboll-Arup-TEC JV for the supply of client consultancy services in the technical area and with ÅF – Hansen & Henneberg for the supply of in-house consultancy services, also in the technical area.
Sund & Bælt exited 2016 with a profit that is approximately DKK 180 million above the outlook for the year. A 4.4% increase in traffic across Storebælt and continuing low interest expenses had a positive impact on the result, while extraordinary write-downs in the second half of the year and reduced revenue from the railway had a negative impact on the result.
Femern A/S has today delivered responses to the 12,600 objections raised during the second public consultation on the Fehmarnbelt tunnel in Germany.
At a length of 18 km, the Fehmarnbelt fixed link will be the world’s longest immersed tunnel and the longest tunnel for both road and rail traffic. It is a huge project in all respects.
Femern A/S has prequalified companies to submit tenders for two framework agreements on consulting. The companies were prequalified for a framework agreement on client consulting services and technical in-house consulting services, respectively.
The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link between Denmark and Germany and the Brenner Base Tunnel between Austria and Italy are both record-breaking European mega projects that will play a vital role in the future European transport network.
Around 1,000 participants from Germany and Scandinavia will meet Tuesday, 20 September for Fehmarnbelt Days 2016 at HafenCity University in Hamburg. This is the third FBD; the first took place in 2012 and the second in 2014. At the opening event, which was attended by leading politicians, the university’s President, Dr Werner Pelka, opened the conference, which ends on 22 September.
Femern A/S’ updated application for planning permission for the Fehmarnbelt tunnel in Germany was submitted for public consultation in Germany between 12 July and 26 August 2016. The process is now complete and Femern A/S will be receiving thousands of responses over the weeks ahead.
The management of Femern A/S’ Technical Department comprises Technical Director Henrik Christensen and Technical Deputy Director Kim Smedegaard Andersen. The department is currently providing applied engineering support for the German…
The public consultation of the updated application documents for the Fehmarnbelt tunnel begins on 12 July in Germany. The objection period will take place over the summer and close on 26 August 2016.