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Norway, Sí¸r-Trí¸ndelag - no/41


Prequalification, deadline 15th October, 2001, for construction under DBFO contract of the Oysand-Thamshamn section of the E39 highway between Klett and Baardshaug, including 10 km of tunnels. Visit http://ted.eur-op.int, document S 186-127933, or contact Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Oslo, fax +47 22073673. Visit www.vegvesen.no/sortrondelag 41/01. Tenders invited, deadline 10th December, 2001, for design and construction. Visit http://ted.eur-op.int, document S 194-133062, or contact Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Oslo, fax +47 22073673. Visit www.vegvesen.no/sortrondelag 42/01. Shortlisted candidates for the DBFO contract for the Oysand-Thamshamn section between Klett and Baardshaug on E39 are Skanska and Laing Investment; Veidekke and Hochtief; and Bouygues and AS Anlegg. Ten kilometres of tunnels will be necessary. An award is planned for March 2003. Visit www.vegvesen.no/sortrondelag 37/02.Orkdalsleden, a consortium formed by Laing Investments and Skanska BOT, has been chosen by the state roads agency as preferred bidder for a £140 million contract, the first PPP programme in Norway. The project involves a new 27 km-long route on E39 including 10 km of tunnels. Selmer Skanska is the construction and operations partner in the consortium. Concession for a period of 25 years. Visit www.vegvesen.no 05/03.To excavate six tunnels totalling 10.5 km on subsection Oysand-Thamshamn (22 km) of E39 motorway section from Klett to Bí¥rdshaug on the Norwegian coast, Selmer Skanska will use the drill/blast method. The tunnels are Brekk (1,260 m), Mannsfjell (1,740 m), Svalnes (770 m), Naust (275 m), Viggja (2,700 m) and Storsand (3,750 m). All single tubes with two lanes, profile T9.5 m, blasting cross section approximately 70 sq m. Geology for Storsand consists of gneiss. Support with rockbolts and shotcrete. Steel fibre-reinforced shotcrete when necessary. Muck removal with dumper trucks. Main engineering firm is Aas-Jacobsen. Tunnel cost: NOK50,000 per metre approximately. Construction period from April 2003 to September 2005. The Storsand tunnel will be blasted from December 2003 to October 2004. To date, one kilometre has been excavated at different work sites, out of the total tunnel length. This is the first ever motorway concession in Norway, to last 25 years from 1st September, 2005. Visit www.skanska.no 40/03.


Orkdalvegen AS from Oslo secured the EUR 23.97 million (NOK240 million) contract, excluding VAT, for tunnel upgrading on the E39 Klett - Bardshaug. Contact Norwegian Public Roads Administration, attn Arild Gjerde, Moss, email arild.gjerde@vegvesen.no. Visit http://ted.publications.eu.int/udl?request=Seek-Deliver&language=en&docid=665318-2021. Ref.n. 20/271. 52/21.