25. May 2022

Milestone: Fehmarn Belt Tunnel excavation work reaches half way

Yet another milestone has been reached in the construction of the Fehmarn Belt tunnel. Half of the total amount of earth for the trench, which will accommodate the 18-kilometer-long immersed tunnel to Germany, has now been excavated, informs Femern A...

11. May 2022

The building of the tunnel portal commences

The tunnel portal is the access through which cars, lorries and trains will pass from land into the tunnel itself. The 5th May 2022 was rather a large milestone in the construction of the Fehmarn Link. After having completed a huge amount of...

29. March 2022

Winner of multi-million contract on green tunnel technology announced

Femern A/S has just announced the international consortium “SICE-Cobra” as the winner of the multi-million-euro Technical, Electrical, Mechanical (TEM) tender. SICE-Cobra is not unknown to the Nordic countries. In recent years, the consortium has won...

23. March 2022

Femern A/S is preparing for the next major Fehmarn tender

In 2023, Femern A/S will issue the tender for the major task of establishing the track and the electrical train steering system for the Fehmarnbelt tunnel. In order to ensure the best possible offer and optimal technology, Femern A/S is already...

4. March 2022

Adapteo ready with new project in Rødbyhavn

The Nordic region’s largest supplier of flexible housing solutions, Adapteo Denmark, will build 500 furnished rental homes in Rødbyhavn. The decision is based on the very high level of activity in the area, not least due to the Fehmarn project, which...

24. February 2022

Many educational opportunities in the Fehmarnbelt project

The consortia building the Fehmarnbelt fixed link have contractually committed themselves to create at least 500 man-years for apprentices and students during the project lifetime. Since the construction of the mega-million project started on January...

4. February 2022

How the schedule for the Fehmarnbelt project looks

The result of the many years of intense planning is now visible to anyone visiting the viewing platform on the dike at Rødbyhavn on southern Lolland. From here, the enormous construction site for the largest construction project in Danish history...