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Shortlisted consultants named for Fehmarnbelt frameworks

1 Nov 16 Companies from countries including the UK, Denmark and the Netherlands have been prequalified to bid on two framework consultancy agreements covering the next stages of the 18km Fehmarnbelt tunnel.

Project developer Femern has prequalified bidders from to submit tenders for a client consulting services framework and another framework covering technical in-house consulting services. Vinci and BAM were awarded the project's main construction contracts in March (link opens in new tab).

The client consulting services contract relates to the establishment of the fixed between Denmark and Germany in the period up to construction, during the construction phase and in connection with the transition to the operation phase. It also includes as assistance in relation to potential claims from the contractors during the construction phase and for a period after the end of construction.

The technical in-house consulting services framework primarily involves providing consultants for the technical division of Femern to work as the division's own staff for varying periods of time on an ad hoc basis. In addition, the consultant will be required to assist Femern on an ad hoc basis with quality assurance of technical services provided by other consultants, including the client consultant.

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The companies prequalified for client consulting services are:

  • CH2M Hill United Kingdom (UK) with sub-consultants Niras (Denmark), Dr tech Olav Olsen (Norway) and Sellhorn Ingenieurgesellschaft (Germany)
  • Rambøll-Arup-TEC Joint Venture (Denmark, UK, Netherlands) with sub-consultants WTM Engineers (Germany) and Schønherr (Denmark)
  • Sweco Danmark (Denmark) with sub-consultants Sweco Nederland (Netherlands) and Mott MacDonald (UK)
  • ÅF Infrastructure (Sweden)

The companies prequalified for technical in-house consulting services are:

  • CH2M Hill United Kingdom (UK) with sub-consultants Niras (Denmark), Dr tech Olav Olsen (Norway) and Sellhorn Ingenieurgesellschaft (Germany)
  • EKJ-ILF-GEO (Denmark, Austria)
  • Rambøll-Arup-TEC Joint Venture (Denmark, UK, Netherlands) with sub-consultant WTM Engineers GmbH (Germany)
  • Sweco Danmark (Denmark)
  • ÅF – Hansen & Henneberg (Denmark) with sub-consultant ÅF Infrastructure AB (Sweden)

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