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Underground Facilities

In Sweden, we have long been using sophisticated engineering techniques to build underground structures, thereby making efficient use of the resource beneath our feet. See examples below. In the book ”Sweden Underground” you can find more than 30 case descriptions plus a broad overview of our world-leading expertise in underground construction and rock engineering.
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  • Stigbergsgaraget

    Two-thirds of households in Stockholm have access to a car, and around 15 percent of road surfaces a...

  • Henriksdal Wastewater Treatment Plant

    The municipal water company, Stockholm Vatten, has played a significant role in a growing Stockholm ...

  • Hallandsås Tunnel

    The route of the West Coast Line over the Hallandsås Ridge had been a bottleneck for nearly a centu...

  • Filmstaden Bergakungen

    A large cinema complex has been built in central Gothenburg with little impact on the existing urban...

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More than 30 case descriptions plus a broad overview of our world-leading expertise in underground construction and rock engineering. Order it now!

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Did you know?

Current designs for underground facilities can be spectacular in terms of size and depth and are associated with a diverse range of uses. However, man’s exploitation of underground space has had a long and varied history.

Our Partners

A special thanks to our partners in the Sweden Underground project who are helping us to tell the world about
Swedish expertise in underground construction. Learn more about them on our partners page.

Photos

Trafikverket, Norra länken, Södra länken, photos: Mikael Ullén. Garpenberg Mine, photo: Stefan Berg. Pionen data centre, photo: Banhof.  LKAB underground offices, photo: LKAB. Knalla Mine, photo: Zinkgruvan. Trafikverket Project Citybanan, photos: Mikael Ullén. Årsta tunnels, photo: Stefan Tybro.