Bane NOR and Infranord Norway AS have signed the contract for new railway infrastructure between Oslo Central Station and the Ekeberg Hill. This is the fifth and final EPC contract for The Follo Line Project.
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The contract has a value of 475 million NOK, and has been signed by Helga Nes, Executive Vice President for Infrastructure Construction at Bane NOR and Roar Solhaug, CEO for Infranord Norway.
Infranord Norway has delivered the best offer based on an overall assessment of price and project implementations, which are the award criteria set for this contract competition.
- Infranord Norway has presented good technical solutions in their offer. The company has long experience from similar railway projects and we are looking forward to high quality deliveries and good cooperation in the years to come, says Project Director Mr. Erik Smith.
- We are proud that Bane NOR once again has chosen Infranord as a contractor. This is a long-term contract, giving us opportunities to grow further in the market. The EPC contract form is exciting and gives us the opportunity to optimize technical solutions and streamline production already in the engineering phase, underlines CEO for Infranord Norway Roar Solhaug.
The contract, called EPC Railway Systems Oslo S, includes work on new railway infrastructure from Oslo S to the Ekeberg hill, and for the inner part of the Follo Line and the Østfold Line. The work involves the design and construction of final track layout and installation of technical systems. In addition, auto-transformers, high-voltage and low-voltage systems will be built, and there will be facilitated for signal and telecommunications.
The engineering work starts in May 2017. The main works will commence in January 2019 and continue until the autumn 2021.
Information from Infranord AS:
Infranord is the leading railroad entrepreneur in the Nordics. The company builds and maintains railroads with focus on customer benefits, security, sustainability and profitability. Infranord is owned by the Swedish government.