The Askøy Bridge

In the 1990’s we participated in the construction of the Askøy Bridge, which spans the fiord Byfjorden in Norway. The Askøy Bridge is a suspension bridge with a main span of 850 metres. The total length of the bridge, which has seven spans, is 1,057 metres and the maximum clearance above the sea is 62 metres.

Experience with suspension bridges

We were responsible for the contract management and design work in connection with the supply and erection of the steel superstructure.

We had considerable experience from similar jobs. This enabled us to use new and unconventional methods to successfully construct this bridge.

Finished ahead of schedule

The completed bridge, which was operated as at toll bridge until 2006, was handed over to the client, Statens Vegvesen, Hordaland in December 1992 – five months ahead of schedule.

Other steel bridge projects


Hardanger Bridge

With a total length of 1,380 metres and a main span of 1,310 metres, it is Norway's longest and a new landmark for the area.

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Odin's Bridge – A swing bridge over Odense canal

Odin's Bridge is an advanced structure that combines the best in engineering work with experience and special competences.

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Pont de Normandie

Pont de Normandie is a steel bridge in northern France that was inaugurated in 1996. We were involved in the construction.

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