EIB signs 200 million loan with A/S Femern Landanlaeg of Denmark. Financing will be used to improve the Danish rail network connection to the future undersea tunnel. Project concerns construction of new tracks, upgrading existing ones to higher speed limits, electrification and implementation of ERTMS. The Project is located on the Scandinavian Mediterranean TEN-T Core Network Corridor
Two giant engineering projects will alter the European landscape, writes the newspaper The Economist.
Danish engineering companies are exporting their expertise on an unprecedented scale.
First animated film about the Fehmarnbelt tunnel factory released
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.
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.