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The E39 is a coastal highway that we developed and built to replace an outdated and dangerous road between the communities of Klett and Brdshaug, approximately 22 km Southwest of Trondheim, Norway.
Financed, designed, built and operated as a Public Private Partnership (known in Norway as "OPS"), the project is Norway's first PPP and the country's largest road contract awarded.
Previously a dangerous route along the coast, the E39s 22 km of new road, 5 km of repaired road, 10 km of tunnels and 12 bridges (the longest of which is around 240 m), had a dramatic effect on safety after opening in 2005. Police statistics showed an initial reduction of 66% in the number of accidents. This improved safety record, along with reduced journey times, has brought economic benefits by attracting families and businesses to the area.
In February 2010, we sold our 50-percent share in the Orkdalsvegen E39 road to Skanska Norway's pension trust and Skanska Trean Allmn Pensionsstiftelse, each representing half of the investment. The sale price amounts to NOK 140m, approximately SEK 170m. The capital gain amounts to approximately SEK 100m.
Skanska retains close ties with the project.
Faster and safer journeys
Accidents reduced by 66%
Economic benefits via new settlement of the area
Highway created many years early because of PPP approach
Opened two months early (on an already tight 28-month construction schedule)
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Markedssegment: Roads, Bridges, Underground/tunnels
OPS-project (Public-Private-Cooperation). The project consists of 22 km new road, 5 km road to be repaired, 10 km tunnels, 12 bridges (the biggest approx 240 m long) and maintenance.
The contract lasts for 27 years which includes two years of development and 25 working years of road maintenance.
This is the first project of this kind in the communication/transport-section in Norway.
The OPS-contract signifies that the company accomplishing the development will have a unified and bigger responsibility which gives a more effective control with the expenses, which again gives the community more for each investment.
Created along the Norwegian coast in an area of natural beauty, the E39 was designed to blend in with the landscape and to reduce noise and pollution. Throughout the design and planning phase, the selection of the route, design of the road and choice of materials were all taken into account, particularly with a view to minimising the need to use scarce agricultural land on the flats along the coast.
For example, 10.5 km of the 22 km route passes through newly-built tunnels rather than the open countryside, which reduces environmental impact. These tunnels are ventilated by ducts that face away from residential areas. The routes four major bridges have also been designed with the environment in mind, and those which are located close to housing have transparent baffles to absorb sound without blocking the view.
A substantial proportion of the rock excavated to form the tunnels has been used to stabilise weak soil areas along the route, increasing the overall sustainability of the development.
Bridges: Four main bridges - total length 618 m, five passage bridges - total length 216 m, One environment-culvert - total length 168 m.
Tunnels: Six tunnels T9,5, at a total length of 9940 m (706 000 cu.m.)
Trenching = 665 000 cu.m., Blasting = 1 100 000 cu.m., Asphalt work = 80 000 tons