NYAB Infrastructure awarded to road project "New E10 Kiruna new Center"

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The project is carried out as a construction contract and is located in Kiruna municipality. The Swedish Transport Administration is a customer. The contract value exceeds SEK 150 million.

The work will start fairly immediately and the new E10 will be opened to traffic on October 30, 2020. The contract value of this road project is the largest procured in Norrbotten since "E10 stage 1".

The project mainly consists of 2.4 km of new E10 with a width of 9 m. A five-legged roundabout at Tuolluvaara. Reconstruction of connections to the existing road network Malmvägen, Tuolluvaaravägen and the existing E10. Also new connection to Luftfartsvägen and new connection E10 stage 1. Construction of pedestrian and bicycle path approx. 1.2 km and replacement roads with entrances approx. 0.7 km. Structures in the form of a total of five bridges distributed as three flat-frame bridges in concrete, a girder bridge in prestressed concrete and a flat bridge of the type v-bone in concrete. Design measures and plantings. Lighting at pedestrian and bicycle paths, in passages and at the roundabout. Demolition of existing road and bridges. Piping work, drumming, excavation, filling, remediation work and more.

- A very interesting and complex project in theory. The many types of technology together with a forced schedule is a challenge many face, but which we look forward to dealing with in practice, says Karl-Johan Västerö, calculator NYAB Infrastructure.

- This suits us perfectly in that we are already established on site and perform "E10 stage 1" for the Swedish Transport Administration and a roller ski facility for municipally owned Technical Works. It is gratifying that we are gaining confidence in another project that is linked to the societal transformations for continued mining. We look forward to delivering high-quality work to the Swedish Transport Administration and, by extension, society and road users, says Björn Lindbäck, work manager at NYAB Infrastructure.

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