09 Mar 2022 Sweden: Itinera wins two contracts for the Stockholm metro expansion project
Itinera has been awarded two contracts in Sweden for the construction of two new sections of the Stockholm metro with a length of approximately 3.6 km, for a total value of 225 million euros.
The Metro Expansion Project is being promoted and managed by the Stockholm Region.
The first contract relates to the construction of a section of the underground called the “Hammarby Canal”, belonging to the Blue Line of the capital. The project involves the construction of the Hammarby Canal station, located at a depth of 40 m, and three sections of tunnel for a total length of approximately 1,100 m. The works will have a duration of 36 months and a value of approximately 90 million euros.
Arenastaden – Södra Hagalund
The second contract concerns the construction of the section of the underground called “Arenastaden – Södra Hagalund” which connects southwards to the Green Line of the Stockholm underground network.
The work, mainly underground in the municipality of Solna, consists of the construction of two stations (Arenastaden and Södra Hagalund), and a connecting tunnel about 2.5 km long.
The works will have a duration of 53 months and a value of approximately 135 million euros.
With these new important works, Itinera is confirmed as one of the leading companies in the infrastructure sector at European level. The company is, in fact, already involved in various infrastructure projects in Northern Europe including the construction of the Skurus bridge in Sweden and in Denmark of the Storstrøm bridge, as well as two hospitals in the Danish cities of Odense and Køge.
For more info, read the press release.