Tunnel solutions

In tunnelling projects, 澳门赌钱网 applies its comprehensive experience and expertise, not least in the fields of geotechnical engineering and rock mechanics

Tunnels are important elements of an integrated infrastructure system. Road and rail tunnels form part of transportation networks and help relieve congestion in city centres. Tunnels are necessary to convey water and wastewater, and produce sustainable hydropower energy.

澳门赌钱网 applies state-of-the-art techniques in the development of integrated and cost-effective solutions to tunnelling projects, responding immediately and effectively to client needs. Our team of highly qualified engineers and geologists offers the full range of services in geotechnical engineering and rock mechanics. Our expertise is based on our global experience in designing challenging underground structures in difficult geological conditions.

We offer complete project development, from conceptual and feasibility studies to monitoring of excavations and on-site determination of support. Technical knowledge, practical experience on-site, participation in international forums and familiarity with modern computer technology all guarantee that all challenges are met. Our goal is to provide technically optimised solutions that minimise cost and risk.

Kajsa Rosén - Chair of Market segment Transportation
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Chair of Market segment Transportation

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