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2011/08/08 By Susanne Kalmar Pedersen

How is the Fehmarn tunnel constructed underwater?

This post will describe how a tunnel, consisting of 79 standard elements and 10 special elements, will be immersed and assembled under water.

The construction phase begins with the dredging (digging underwater) of the trench where after a gravel layer will be placed on the bottom of the excava...
This post will describe how a tunnel, consisting of 79 standard elements and 10 special elements, will be immersed and assembled under water. The construction phase begins with the dredging (digging underwater) of the trench where after a gravel layer will be placed on the bottom of the excava...

2011/08/26 By Susanne Kalmar Pedersen

The construction of the Fehmarn tunnel

This blog post will pick up the underwater construction process where the last blog post left off. In the previous blog I explained how the trench was dredged, the element immersed and afterwards joined with the previously installed element; The bulkheads between the elements being removed to com...
This blog post will pick up the underwater construction process where the last blog post left off. In the previous blog I explained how the trench was dredged, the element immersed and afterwards joined with the previously installed element; The bulkheads between the elements being removed to com...

2012/10/10 By Susanne Kalmar Pedersen

Prequalification for the Fehmarnbelt tunnel is a milestone for the project

I apologise for the blog being a bit quiet for a long time. It has been a very busy period for us where we have worked on three parallel processes: Preparation of the tender document and technical support to the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Denmark and in Germany.

Lately, the bigg...
I apologise for the blog being a bit quiet for a long time. It has been a very busy period for us where we have worked on three parallel processes: Preparation of the tender document and technical support to the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Denmark and in Germany. Lately, the bigg...

2012/11/12 By Susanne Kalmar Pedersen

This is how the Fehmarn belt tunnel project will be divided in contracts

Right now we continue our work on preparing the tender document and technical support for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Denmark and in Germany. This time though, I will follow up on the four main contracts of the Fehmarn belt tunnel project and elaborate on the competitive dialogue...
Right now we continue our work on preparing the tender document and technical support for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Denmark and in Germany. This time though, I will follow up on the four main contracts of the Fehmarn belt tunnel project and elaborate on the competitive dialogue...

2016/02/01 By Alice Bond

Students Inspired by Foundation Event

On the 17th December 60 year 11 and 12 students visited Ramboll's London Office to take part in a series of activities in aide of inspiring them to tackle the world’s challenges and following a career in engineering. The day was organised with the Inspiring Futures Foundation, of which Rambol...
On the 17th December 60 year 11 and 12 students visited Ramboll's London Office to take part in a series of activities in aide of inspiring them to tackle the world’s challenges and following a career in engineering. The day was organised with the Inspiring Futures Foundation, of which Rambol...

2015/12/14 By Martin Broderick

COP21 – Final thoughts and the road ahead

Thanks to our blog contributors over the last 10 days, and to you all for engaging with us. Below are some final thoughts on the conference and its outcomes: Simon Price: So now we know the outcome from COP 21. Twenty-three years on from the Earth Summit where it might be said to have all s...

2015/12/10 By Martin Broderick

Negotiating the climate change science maze

As COP21 has progressed it is clear that one of the most contentious issues to be resolved is associated with setting an agreed global temperature limit to which all nations must limit emissions to remain below. The current target for policy makers is to focus efforts on keeping global temperatur...