Contract EK3 Farriseidet comprises the development of local roads, ramps, public transport terminal, landscape design, constructions and technical infrastructure at Farriseidet. Pitching shall be carried out in the river course for the Farris river, excavating a new shoreline in Farris, as well as geotechnical work with piling and filling in spits. Work on demolishing existing constructions, the old E18 and existing local roads and ramps is also included in the contract. The existing high voltage line that goes through the planning area shall be altered by the network owner in summer and autumn 2018. Contract EK3 includes work on foundations for new mast locations. The contract also includes the construction/alteration of water pipelines as well as the removal of temporary water pipelines.
— Demolition of 10 existing constructions/bridges in Farriseidet, of which 3 are over the existing railway track,
— Demolition of 1 petrol station / Larvik vulk,
— Demolition/cutting of sheet piling from a previous contract,
— Ground work for altering a high voltage line, 5 mast points,
— Construction of 4 local road bridges,
— Construction of 1 supporting wall cast on site,
— Construction of 6 natural stone walls,
— Pitching a river course,
— Geotechnical measures, pipe walls and light fillings,
— Landscape design,
— Planting work,
— Construction of 2 roundabouts,
— Construction of new local roads and permanent ramps to/from the E18,
— Construction of a stream culvert,
— Alteration of municipal water and sewage installations, including 500 VL,
— Construction of a permanent OV system from the settling basin in Bøkeskogen, 800 OV,
— Lighting installations and pipe conduits for electrical installations,
— Construction of a public transport terminal with the accompanying parking areas,
— Construction of foot and cycle paths,
— Noise reduction screens,
— Signage and SRO.
The assignment is for the construction of a new town bridge in the centre of Flekkefjord in Vest-Agder. The bridge is approx. 40 m long. The contract mainly includes; demolition of the existing bridge from 1950, construction and removal of a temporary bridge/diversion road, work on the new steel town bridge, adjoining roads and installations, as well as the re-establishment of Apotekerhagen etc. The annual daily traffic count is approx. 9 500, with seasonal variations up to approx. 13 000 - 14 000 vehicles a day in the summer.
Foundation works for Sam Eyde upper secondary school Construction stage 2.
See also previously distributed information in connection with:
A prior information notice regarding a new construction stage at Sam Eyde upper secondary school.
The project includes the construction of a new foot and cycle path from Petersborgvegen to Gjerpensgate via Amtmann Aalls gate, approx. 2 km. The foot and cycle path is to be located on the west side of the county road out of consideration to historical monuments on the east side.
The project includes the construction of a new foot and cycle path from Petersborgvegen to Gjerpensgate via Amtmann Aalls gate, approx. 2 km. The foot and cycle path is to be located on the west side of the county road out of consideration to historical monuments on the east side. County road 44 is to be altered from Mælagata to Amtmand Aalls gate, and Mælagata is to be closed where the county road is altered to Amtmand Aalls gate. In addition the junctions Mælagata–Petersborgvegen and Amtmand Aalls gate–Gjerpens gate are to be improved, bus stops and lighting are to be established along the entire stretch and the junctions are to be made safe for both pedestrians and cyclists, etc. At the same time, both a surface water system for the county road and municipal water and sewage systems are to be upgraded/established where relevant. The stretch is in a rural area in the north, with a hayfield and a park nearby. Agricultural areas surround the road and wild oat has been registered on one of the properties. A total of approx. 6 850 m
A new building is planned with a footbridge in the second floor to the current school building. The Construction and Transportation Department as well as the Building Department which currently are located in premises at Froland, shall relocate to this building. The gross area of the new building is approx. 5 500 m
Groundworks will be published as a separate tender contest.
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Region South, requests tenders for project and construction management in connection with administration, operation and maintenance of bridges.