Worcestershire Sustainable Infrastructure

Worcestershire Parkway Regional Interchange

Worcestershire Parkway is a new station at the intersection of the Worcester to London (OWW line) and Birmingham to Bristol lines (BAG lines) at Norton, 3.5 miles east of Worcester city centre.

BREEAM Infrastructure Version 6 for Projects Construction E16 Eggemoen-Olum, E02 Åsbygda-Olum

E16 Eggemoen-Olum, E02 Åsbygda-Olum

Skanska won a  contract from the Norwegian public Roads Administration in 2019 to build 10.4 km of new E16 road complete with central crash barrier, overtaking lanes, and 15 bridges.

Sege Park Sustainable Infrastructure

Urban development project Sege Park

Sege Park urban development project is an urban development and regeneration project in Malmö. A former hospital area is being transformed into a new residential and sustainable district. 

light rail sustainable and safer city, Bybanen Bergen

Bybanen D11 Sentrum

To achieve a more sustainable and safer city, Bybanen Bergen, are building a light rail. The first phase of the light rail opened in 2010, and now the fourth is opening in 2022/2023.

Lillestrøm pumping station

Pumpestasjon PA240 – Lillestrøm Kommune

Construction of a new pumping station infrastructure in the municipality of Lillestrøm. The project has great social significance in terms of reducing pollution and maintaining the waste management.

Westside Metro Extension – Phase One

Birmingham Westside Metro – Centenary Square Extension

The Midland Metro Alliance (MMA) is working on behalf of Transport for West Midlands (TfWM), which is part of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), to plan, design and build a series of light rail extensions connecting Birmingham to the wider region.

Musaimeer Pump Station and Outfall Qatar

Musaimeer Pumping Station and Outfall Tunnel

Musaimeer Pump Station and Outfall (MPSO) is one of the unique infrastructure projects of Ashghal which aims to provide a sustainable solution for the discharge of surface and storm water in Qatar.