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The Follo Line is a highspeed railway line that connects the capital of Norway (Oslo) and the township of Ski. The complete line is 22 km long, exists out of 20 km of tunnel and is split in six major EPC contracts commissioned by the Norwegian National Railway Administration (Jernbaneverket). Most of the line, 19 km, will be a double bored TBM tunnel which will be the longest railway tunnels in Norway.
By 2019, Singapore railway will have 15.6 km of fibre reinforced concrete precast segmental tunnel linings supplied by Bekaert Maccaferri Underground Solutions. The proven durability of these fibre reinforced precast tunnel segments has resulted in more underground rail projects adopting steel and...
The Lee Tunnel was finished in 2016. But is now being used as a template for the massive Thames Tideway project, where steel fibres are being used in all segmental lining. Read more about the impact of this project on the tunnelling industry.