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04. April 2012

Project news from Snekkested Norway

The tunnel project in Snekkested Norway is going well. The access tunnel that leads to the main tunnel has been finished and they are now preparing the stock area for the material that is coming from the main tunnel. It is estimated  that the volume of material that comes from making the stock area will be 32.000 m3, it is estimated that the stock area will be finished in beginning of May this year.

Preparation for the access road by Fegstad and the road to the main tunnel has begun and will be finished this summer. It is safe to say that the summer has begun in Norway,  the weather has been extremely good for the past few weeks.  The temperature has been from 8 – 20°C and for one whole week it was around 18°C.

Environmental supervisors from Vestfold and Telemark Fylke visited the project site last month. They inspected the water finery for the water  that runs from the main tunnel among other environmental issues that were addressed.

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