NYAB is awarded "Svensbyn-Vitsand" by the Swedish Transport Administration

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The project includes the construction of a center separation measure (2 + 1). The section is about 5.6 km long and extends from the intersection with road 550 west of Svensbyn to the intersection with road 930 in Vitsand within Piteå municipality. The project includes large volumes of shafts and filling works. A new detached cycle path is being built along the route. Bridge constructions in the form of a pedestrian and bicycle bridge over road 373, and a road bridge over a pedestrian and bicycle path. Six new bus stops will be built and a number of road connections will be moved. The contract form is a turnkey contract and the tender value amounts to approximately SEK 178 million.

- It is gratifying to have the confidence to carry out a turnkey contract. We intend to start the work in the form of planning and planning fairly immediately after the contract is signed, which can be assumed to take place now during the month of September. In a project like this, dialogue and cooperation, not least with the customer, the Swedish Transport Administration is of the highest priority. Our goal is to exceed the customer and road users' expectations regarding execution and end product, says Björn Lindbäck, work manager at NYAB Infrastructure.

The NYAB Group is now strongly advancing its positions in Piteå. This project will be completed in late autumn 2022.

- Good week with another award from the Swedish Transport Administration, important for our road construction operations for the coming years. The Group's presence in Piteå is now increasing significantly. This project together with our recently won contract for municipally owned Pireva for the expansion of their facility at Bredviksberget. Together with ongoing projects in Piteå Harbor for Piteå Port & Hub. And with the extensive and permanent quarrying business NYAB has been conducting at Pitholm for several years, we get good opportunities for quality assurance and synergies, says Magnus Granljung, CEO of NYAB Infrastructure.

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