The building and construction industry in Denmark is so busy that there was only one contractor who had the capacity to bid on the last stage of the Ringsted-Fehmarn railway. That is Banedanmark’s explanation for the fact that there was only one offer for the work. The offer ended up being 39 percent more expensive than BaneDanmark itself had expected.
Rainwater, drained groundwater and industrial wastewater can be cleaned and used for concrete production. This is stated by concrete expert Bent Grelk. The use of “grey water” can relieve the pressure on tap water resources in large construction projects and make the concrete more sustainable.
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The high level of activity in the construction industry was the reason why BaneDanmark received only one offer for the last stage of the Ringsted-Femern railway. Everything is run by the book, says BaneDanmark.
Purified waste water, rainwater and water from drainage – also called “grey water” – can be used for concrete production. This is stated by Bent Grelk, who is one of Denmark’s most qualified concrete technologists.
It is progressing day by day, but there is still a long way to go before the self-service grocery store in FLC Village is a really good business. However, the owner is in good spirits and feels well-received.
The opportunity to network attracts companies to Adapteo’s office hotel in Rødbyhavn.
Beltkomm will help Danish companies enter the German market. There are large and significant cultural differences across the Fehmarn Belt, and there can be money in being aware of them.
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