Multiconsult er et av Norges og Nordens ledende miljøer innen prosjektering og rådgiving

Multiconsult Polska's largest railway contract ever

Awarded railway contract in Poland

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PKP Polish Railway Lines S.A. has awarded Multiconsult Polska the contract for the development of the project entitled "Work on the railway line No. 38 on the section of Ełk - Korsze".

Empowering one of Norway's largest transport projects in recent times

Multiconsult is designing the Fornebu Line

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Multiconsult and Cowi have signed a Joint Venture agreement for the design of the Fornebu Line. This is one of the biggest and most challenging transport projects to be undertaken in Norway in recent years, and it will play a big role in the future development of Norway’s capital city Oslo. The parties signed the contract on 12 September 2017.

Illustration: The Fornebu Line

Ferry-free E39

Norwegian Public Roads Administration recommends pontoon bridge over Bjørnafjorden

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The Norwegian Public Roads Administration has completed the concept design phase for the Stord-Os section of the E39 highway. In its recommendation to the steering committee for a ferry-free E39, it recommends going ahead with a pontoon bridge across Bjørnafjorden. Multiconsult has been given responsibility for investigating one of the two concepts that will be taken forward to the next stage.

Illustration: Norwegian Public Roads Administration

A summer programme that reflects the day-to-day work of our employees

Students investigate hydropower potential in Tanzania

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Each summer since 2011, Multiconsult has organised the Must Renewable Energy Hydropower programme, which gives students the opportunity to test their skills on a real hydropower project for one of Multiconsult’s customers.

Continuation of a long-standing relationship with ZESCO

Major asset valuation study in Zambia

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Multiconsult UK has been appointed by ZESCO, the national power utility in Zambia, to identify and value their generation, transmission and distribution assets.