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A selection of projects

Esbjerg harbour extension

A 650,000 square-metre harbour extension at the Danish port of Esbjerg to reinforce the town’s position as a leading North Sea port serving the wind turbine industry and tap into new business fields.

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Railway construction

New construction and expansion of the existing railway with high-quality railway construction materials

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Motorway – Soenderborg

New motorway construction with supply of materials and logistics by Mibau and Stema

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Meerwind

Two offshore wind farms around 23 kilometers north of Helgoland. Eighty wind turbines supply around 360,000 households a year with electricity.

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Laggan Tormore

Around 125 km north-west of the Shetland Islands, the Laggan and Tormore oil and gas field represents the future of the UK oil and gas industry. The project has water depths that average 120 metres with drops down to 600 metres. A pipeline from the project to the Shetland Islands has been built.

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Butendiek

Butendiek is an offshore wind farm located around 32 km west of Sylt, and consists of eighty wind turbines with a capacity of 3.6 MW each supplying 370,000 households a year with electricity.

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Otterndorf groyne construction

Construction of twenty-four groynes on the banks of the Elbe – one of Germany’s largest riverbank protection projects

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Jade-Weser Port, Germany

Jade-Weser is the Germany’s only deepwater port, and allows ships with up to 16.5 metres draught to enter regardless of tide as the Jade channel fairway has a depth of eighteen metres. Constructing the port was the project of a century for Bremen and Lower Saxony.

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AIRBUS extension at Finkenwerder (Germany)

The European Airbus A380 project was to come to Hamburg, so the Hamburg ReGe accomplished the largest industrial expansion the city has ever seen: extending the Airbus facilities in the Mühlenberger Loch river terrain...

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Maasvlakte (Netherlands)

Maasvlakte is a large industrial estate with its own port, and is part of the Rotterdam port complex in the Netherlands. The project began with land reclamation by hydraulic filling for Maasvlakte 2.

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A1 Hamburg-Bremen motorway (Germany)

The A1 motorway between Hamburg and Bremen underwent an extension in a project that lasted until the end of 2012, and entailed broadening 73 kilometers of road from four to six lanes. It took four years of construction to complete this monumental project.

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Riverbank revetment, Lemwerder; River Weser, kilometres 11,700 to 17,012 (Germany) Bremen

Water and Shipping Authority renewed is currently renewing the riverbank revetment between Lemwerder and the Hasenbüren marina. The fifty-year-old asphalted revetment is being replaced by loose riprap...

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Mukran Tübbing (Denmark)

Production of special concrete segments for two new metro tunnels in Copenhagen. Production of concrete elements at the company Mobil Baustoffe in Murkan, Rügen. The tunnel segments were shipped from Sassnitz ferry terminal to Copenhagen.

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TenneT Emden (Germany)

TenneT is constructing a building site ready for building a substation and two converter stations. The substation construction in eastern Emden was planned to feed offshore power into the national grid...

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S7 motorway from Gdansk-Warszawa to Kalsk-Miłomłyn (Poland)

New four-lane asphalted motorway

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PKP railway No. 226 from Pruszcz Gdański to Gdańsk Port Północny

Construction and expansion of the railway connection between Pruszcz Gdański and the Gdańsk port

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