Piling completed on Norway’s longest railway bridge

By Leila Steed25 March 2021

Specialistic sub-contractor Aarsleff Ground Engineering has completed the installation of foundation piles, for what is said will be the longest railway bridge in Norway.

Stretching across the River Vorma, the new 836-metre-long Minnevika Bridge is being built north of Oslo in the south east of the country and is part of a massive expansion of the country’s railway system.

The company, a subsidiary of Danish firm Per Aarsleff, used a Liebherr LRH 600 piling rig with a fixed leader system to install a total of 20 pier shafts with 280 friction piles driven into the ground...Sign in to continue reading.

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