NCA – The Stad Maritime Tunnel – Norway

Pages: 6 Published: September 25, 2017 Report Code: GD-185342

Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) plans to construct a sea tunnel in the North West coast region of Norway.The project involves the construction of a 1.7km, 37m high and 26.5m wide, cruise ship tunnel. It includes the construction of supportive walls and related infrastructure, and the installation of related equipment.The tunnel is being constructed using drilling & blasting method.In January 2013, NCA unveiled preliminary plans to build the project.In April 2013, NCA commenced feasibility studies for the project and the government of Norway approved funding of US$31 million for the construction. Snøhetta has been appointed as architecture for the project.NCA to submit the feasibility report to the Norway's Department of Transport in May 2017. Subject to, final approval of plans, the construction works are expected to commence in early 2019.

Scope

The project involves the construction of a 1.7km, 37m high and 26.5m wide cruise ship tunnel in the North West coast region of Norway.The US$270 million project includes the following:1. Construction of supportive walls2. Construction of ventilation shafts3. Installation of related equipment

Key Highlights

Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) plans to construct a sea tunnel in the North West coast region of Norway.The project involves the construction of a 1.7km, 37m high and 26.5m wide, cruise ship tunnel. It includes the construction of supportive walls and related infrastructure, and the installation of related equipment.The tunnel is being constructed using drilling & blasting method.In January 2013, NCA unveiled preliminary plans to build the project.In April 2013, NCA commenced feasibility studies for the project and the government of Norway approved funding of US$31 million for the construction. Snøhetta has been appointed as architecture for the project.NCA to submit the feasibility report to the Norway's Department of Transport in May 2017. Subject to, final approval of plans, the construction works are expected to commence in early 2019.

Reasons to Buy

Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) plans to construct a sea tunnel in the North West coast region of Norway.The project involves the construction of a 1.7km, 37m high and 26.5m wide, cruise ship tunnel. It includes the construction of supportive walls and related infrastructure, and the installation of related equipment.The tunnel is being constructed using drilling & blasting method.In January 2013, NCA unveiled preliminary plans to build the project.In April 2013, NCA commenced feasibility studies for the project and the government of Norway approved funding of US$31 million for the construction. Snøhetta has been appointed as architecture for the project.NCA to submit the feasibility report to the Norway's Department of Transport in May 2017. Subject to, final approval of plans, the construction works are expected to commence in early 2019.

Key Players

Ministry of Transport and Communications
Norway; Norwegian Coastal Administration; Snøhetta

Table of Contents

1.Key Statistics

2.Key Dates

3.Sector

4.Operating metrics

5.Tender Information

6.Scope

7.Description

8.Latest update

9.Background

10.Key Contacts

11.General News, Project News

12.Appendix

List of Tables

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