A complex project which demonstrated KELLER collaboration and expertise at its best, Follo Line saw three different business units (and nearly 70 employees) work together to implement numerous ground engineering techniques, including soil stabilization by jet grouting and deep soil mixing, ground anchors, micropiles and injection works.
The Follo Line Project is a 22.5-kilometer high-speed railway in Norway. Currently, it is the largest onshore project in the country with a budget of $2.74 million. Connecting the capital, Oslo, with the suburban town of Ski, it includes a 20km-long twin tube tunnel and comprises of 24 kilometers of tracks.
If you want to get an impression of what a large construction site at KELLER looks like, have a look at Philip Papadopoulos' excellent documentary about the "Follo Line project" in Oslo, Norway below.
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