NTN contributes to PIARC´s international workshop on underwater tunnels
The Norwegian Tunnelling Network facilitate and coordinate practical activities to exchange knowledge and experience and promote export of products, services, systems and equipment to the international tunnelling and mining market.
In close cooperation with the Norwegian Government, we give our members competitive advantage with the support of advisers who are located in many countries and know the market, the business culture and assist with a wide professional network.
For more than a century, Norwegian experts have built the largest, longest, deepest and most complex underground projects in the world.
The newly issued national transport plan (2021), give references to many new large tunnel projects in Norway the next 10 years, which are both larger, longer, deeper and more complex than ever.
We are gaining more knowledge and experience than ever before.
A cluster of leading companies and institutions in the Norwegian tunnelling sector that have joined forces to offer products, services, equipment, knowledge and experience to the international tunnelling and mining market.
Members representing key industry stakeholders, public and private clients, science & research institutions, education, engineering & design, consultants, contractors and suppliers.
The Norwegian Tunnelling Network facilitate and coordinate commercial export of Norwegian Technology to the international markets and communicates knowledge and opportunities from the international tunneling industry back to Norway.
A network of companies and major stake holders within the Norwegian Tunnelling Society, representing public clients, science & research institutions, education, engineering & design, consultants, contractors and suppliers.
The Norwegian construction methods are among the most cost-effective practices in the world, with a correct focus on cost / benefit, quality and efficiency in planning and construction.
Furthermore, Norway is one of the world leaders in digitalization, and Norwegian suppliers are competitive through their efficient use of digital tools and systems in planning, construction and operation.
Stad Ship Tunnel will be 1.7 kilometres long, 37 metres high and 26.5 metres wide, and it will be able to allow ships the size of Coastal Steamer (Hurtigruten) ships to navigate more safely through the very exposed Stadhavet Sea. The engineering and construction is planned to start in 2021.
Stadt Ship Tunnel
Norway, West-Coast, Vestland