Swedish construction firm Skanska has a contract worth approximately NOK3bn ($339m) from the Norwegian Public Roads Administration for the construction of a highway in Norway.
Under the terms of the contract, the company will be responsible for the construction of a motorway between Bærum and Hole municipality in Eastern Norway.
The project aims to replace the existing road with a modern four-lane motorway, which is expected to improve the safety and accessibility for the travellers on what it claimed to be an important exit and transport route in Eastern Norway.
The scope of the work will include the construction of four tunnels and eight bridges.
The company said that on the new 8.4 km-long road, approximately three million cubic metres of different masses will be moved