For the first time in EFEE Conference history the workshop will include a site visit to the biggest road construction project in Sweden – E4 The Stockholm bypass – Förbifart Stockholm.
E4 The Stockholm bypass – Förbifart Stockholm is a new route for the European highway (E4) past the Swedish capital connecting the southern and northern parts of Stockholm.
This essential new section of Stockholm network is 21 km long with over 18 km being routed underground, to reduce the impact on Stockholm’s natural and cultural environment, requiring a huge amount of drilling and blasting work using the very latest research and technology.
After this superb visit we will have the unique opportunity to discuss the project with the client, contractors and consultants including key areas of the design, environmental impacts, challenges in blasting and much more.
Further information surrounding the project is available by visiting: http://www.trafikverket.se/en/thestockholmbypass
The Stockholm bypass project
Length: 21 km
Length of tunnel: 18 km
Number of lanes: 3 lanes in each direction in two separate tunnel tubes
Construction cost: 3.1bn euro (2009 prices)
The workshop will be conducted in English only.
The Hilton Stockholm Slussen, Guldgränd 8, 104 65 Stockholm, Sweden
10:00 – Registration
10:15 – Opening Session
10:30 – Depart for E4 The Stockholm bypass – Förbifart Stockholm
12:00 – Coffee
12:15 – Workshop
13:00 – Lunch
14:00 – Workshop Recommences
15:00 – Coffee
15:30 – Workshop Recommences
16:00 – Workshop Close
Donald Jonson, Nitro Consult AB, Ex-President & CEO
Beatrice Lindström, Trafi kverket Big Projects, Technical Specialist
Robert Sturk, Skanska AB Big Projects, Design Manager
Berglind Sveinsdottir, Skanska AB Big Projects, Design Manager
Sven-Erik Johansson, Nitro Consult AB, Chief Consultant
Joachim Jonson, Nitro Consult AB, Senior Consultant
Admission is subject to the presentation of pre purchased entrance tickets.
Non-members: SEK 1,950 (excluding 25% VAT)
Members: SEK 1,450 (excluding 25% VAT)
Entrance includes transport, site visit, lunch and presentation/discussion.
Tickets are available to purchase through the registration process.