LOCATION

Amager, Copenhagen

CLIENT

Østamagerbanen I/S

BUILDING PERIOD

2004 - 2007

PARTNERS

GEO KHR AS,
C. F. Møller A/S,
B&W, Hoffmann / Arkil-Novejfa I/S

The East Amager Metro is the third and last phase of the original plan for the Copenhagen Metro and will be taken into service in 2007. Phase 3 includes a 4.1 km double-track railway running from the station Lergravsparken in the northern part of Amager to the Copenhagen Airport in Kastrup.

The East Amager Metro includes five stations above ground with station canopies in steel and aluminium, four road crossings (two concrete road bridges with a span of 16 m and two concrete metro bridges with 21 m and 13 m spans), seven underpasses for pedestrians and cyclists including ramps for disabled citizens, and finally two concrete bridges for pedestrians and cyclists, one with a span of 22 m and one with seven spans and a total length of 107 m.

Besides , the design includes troughs with 80 m walls of secant piles and 2,000 m of sheet piles, four subterranean concrete technical rooms each with a volume of 2,000 m3, pavements and drainage systems including four retention basins with volumes between 82 and 496 m3 and a total of 28 pump stations.

The design has been carried out for the turnkey contractor Hoffmann/Arkil-Novejfa I/S, and ISC has besides the detailed design also participated in the tender phase and has during the construction phase assisted with regulatory approvals, co-ordination and clarification of interfaces to the owner and other contractors.

LOCATION

Amager, Copenhagen

CLIENT

Østamagerbanen I/S

BUILDING PERIOD

2004 - 2007

PARTNERS

GEO KHR AS,
C. F. Møller A/S,
B&W, Hoffmann / Arkil-Novejfa I/S


Enghave Station

The Copenhagen city rail is characterised by an intensive use every day by many people, to whom this connection is a necessary part of the daily transport to and from work – or just to and from the City.

Railway Bridges at Kopmannebro, Sweden

The Swedish Railway Authorities, Western Region (Banverket, Västre Region), have had two new bridges built on the rail line from Aamaal to Mellerud along the shore of the lake Vänern. The two new bridges replace the existing worn out bridges crossing the canals of Dalslands-Kanal and Gamla Segelleden respectively.

Mestervig Airport

The AFIS Tower built in Mestersvig Airport in Northeast Greenland in 1977, was a special challenge as it had to be built in just 3 months during the summer time to late October. The tower was designed as “builder’s element kit” which had to be transported to Mestersvig Airport by the one ship that arrived to the East coast every summer.

Service Centre – Hundige, Denmark

The new service centre in Hundige supplements the existing operational preparation facilities in Taastrup, in such a way that DSB city trains in the future are capable of delivering a better city train product for their passengers.

Baldersbrønde Pedestrian Steel Bridge

ISC has for the Municipality of Høje Taastrup designed a new pedestrian steel bridge crossing Roskildevej at Baldersbrønde. The original steel bridge was hit by a truck where the driver had forgotten to lower the crane. Thus a replacement of the bridge was necessary.

Pedestrian Bridges, Gladsaxe Ring Road And Fredericia

The pedestrian bridge crossing Gladsaxe Ring Road next to Buddinge has been established to obtain a safe way to Gladsaxe Senior School. Gladsaxe Ring Road is a four-lane road with a central strip, which is why the bridge is carried out with a span of 2 x 17 m.

CPH CSC Phase II

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Path and Road Bridges for the Inner Harbour in Copenhagen

Over the last years,  we have detailed and executed workshop drawings for a large number of path and road bridges for the Inner Harbour in Copenhagen for the construction company CG Jensen A/S.

Lille Langebro

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“Hærvejsbroen” – Viborg Banebro

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Dalbro - Tvis Å

Dalbro – Tvis Å

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TP30 Ringstedbanen

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Odins Bridge

The new bridge crossing the Odense Canal on the island Funen Denmark is named Odins Bridge. Odin was a god in Nordic mythology and gave the name to the city of Odense. The bridge has closed a long missed gap in the infrastructure of the road system surrounding Odense which is the third largest city in Denmark.

6 Bridges To The Island Of The New Opera House, CPH

The Dock Island by the Naval Shipyard used to belong to the Danish Naval Fleet. In connection with the plan for locating the new Opera House, the Dock Island was separated from the adjacent islands called the South Island and the North Island by 2 artificial canals.

North River Bridge, Thule

The new North River Bridge is supposedly the most northerly built bridge of that size at the latitude of 77°. The bridge with 60 m span crosses the North River, which runs parallel with the runway in Thule Airport. The bridge replaces a shorter 23 m span truss bridge, which was destroyed during a flood in the autumn of 2001.