Peab builds Bergsåker wye junction

Peab has been commissioned to build a new railroad junction west of Sundsvall. It will be a so-called wye that connects the Ådal and Mitt tracks. The customer is the Swedish Transport Administration and the contract is worth SEK 178 million.

The new railroad will streamline transportation between coastal industry and the port in Sundsvall. The project consists of around 1.7 km of new railroad with switches, bridges over Timmervägen and Selånger River and the redirection of Huli and Sticksjö creeks.

“We are really pleased to be able to participate in the development of an efficient transportation hub that contributes to growth in the Sundsvall region. The new railroad will make it possible to shift goods from roads to railroads, which is a big plus for the environment,” says Jörgen Eriksson, Region Manager Peab.

The project is expected to be completed in the middle of 2021.

The project will be order registered in the third quarter of 2018.

For further information, please contact:
Jörgen Eriksson, Region Manager Peab, +46 733-37 18 03
Kajsa Jacobsson, Press Officer Peab, +46 725-33 34 84

Peab is a leading Nordic construction and civil engineering company with about 15,000 employees and about SEK 51 billion in net sales. The Group has strategically placed offices in Sweden, Norway and Finland. Company headquarters are in Förslöv on Bjäre Peninsula in southern Sweden. The Peab share is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm.

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Peab is a leading Nordic construction and civil engineering company with about 14,000 employees and about SEK 54 billion in net sales. The Group has strategically placed offices in Sweden, Norway and Finland. Company headquarters are in Förslöv on Bjäre Peninsula in southern Sweden. The Peab share is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm.

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We are really pleased to be able to participate in the development of an efficient transportation hub that contributes to growth in the Sundsvall region. The new railroad will make it possible to shift goods from roads to railroads, which is a big plus for the environment
Jörgen Eriksson, Region Manager Peab