Tag: Constructions

The Storebælt fixed link is a unique engineering feat and one of the world’s largest bridge and tunnel structures. Engineers and architects collaborated closely in the design, construction and building of the Storebælt fixed link where no solutions were taken for granted and where established principles and conventional construction methods were put to the test.

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Partner A/S

Partner A/S offers consultancy services on commercial terms to owners of infrastructure projects. Partner is 100 per cent owned by Sund & Bælt Holding.

Overseas projects

Since Partner A/S was established in 2001, the company has been involved in a number of projects in Denmark and internationally.

Projects in Europe

Since Partner A/S was established in 2001, the company has been involved in a number of projects in Europe.

Projects in Denmark

Since Partner A/S was established in 2001, the company has been involved in a number of projects in Denmark and internationally.

Outsourcing

As Sund & Bælt is an owner/client organisation, many of the organisation’s responsibilities are outsourced to external partners.

Storebælt Bridge can handle a collision

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On 10 February there was a risk that a ship sailing through Storebælt would collide with the Storebælt fixed link’s East Bridge. Consequently, the bridge was closed. The vessel sailed close to one of the pylons, but calculations show that the pylons can handle any collision with the world’s largest vessels.

East Bridge girder “lifts” 15 mm when replacing bearings

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In order for the Storebælt Bridge to last at least 100 years, it must be regularly maintained. This year it is time to replace the East Bridge bearings, which lie between the bridge piers and the bridge girder. This is a project that requires the girder to be raised 15 mm, in order that the replacement can go ahead.

Knowledge from Storebælt now available as e-books

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Footprints along a fishing fence and an old stone axe are among the finds unearthed by archaeologists at Rødby at the upcoming Fehmarnbelt link. The knowledge they are relying on includes that from excavations at Storebælt – and this knowledge is now available in e-book form, and is therefore easier to access in the field.