Peab has been contracted to build a new railway between Daglösen and Ställdalen in Värmland and Västmanland. The contract also includes new construction and renovation of operating stations. The customer is Swedish Transport Administration and the contract amounts to approximately SEK 170 million.
Peab will build on the second phase of the railway between Kil-Ställdalen. Phase two is the distance between Daglösen and Ställdalen. The assignment includes the construction of two new passing stations in Herrhult and Kejsarbäcken and refurbishment of existing crossing station in Hällefors. And line blocking and remote blocking between Daglösen and Ställdalen.
Berth Larsson, Regional Manager Peab, said:
“We are grateful for the trust to expand the railway. We will use our past experiences and our expertise developed in the already implemented railway project.”