Midroc Automation has been commissioned to act as the main supplier of technical systems, including all installation of electricity and power for the Varberg tunnel.
Midroc Automation has been commissioned to act as the main supplier of technical systems, including all installation of electricity and power for the Varberg tunnel. Midroc's customer is Implenia, which has a collaboration agreement with the Swedish Transport Administration.
Midroc's assignment refers to the design and execution of all installation work, train tunnel, service tunnel, connecting cross tunnels, platform and associated technical spaces. (BEST Bana,electrical, signal, tele for train operation).
Midroc Automation and Midroc Electro are used to managing projects together and in this assignment we will have the pleasure of also working with Midroc Mechanical.
Midroc's scope of delivery:
In the development of a sustainable society, sustainable transport is an important piece of the puzzle. Part of the expansion of the West Coast Line is a double track and a tunnel under the center of Varberg. The Varberg-Hamra section is nine kilometers long, of which approximately 3 kilometers of the section will go in a tunnel under the center of Varberg.
The railway today requires a large space in the urban environment because it cuts through the city. Moving rail traffic underground significantly increases road safety as the tracks above ground have a number of railway crossings where the risk of accidents is high. The speed on the entire route increases - through Varberg's station area, the speed is increased from 90 km / h to 160 km / h. From Varberg station and south, the speed is increased from a maximum of 130 km / h to a maximum of 200 km / h.
The big gain is the increase in capacity from single track to double track. It also provides significantly greater opportunities to deal with train delays. Varberg is one of the Swedish municipalities that is growing fastest in relation to its population and the double track through Varberg will be an important part in giving more people the opportunity to commute faster to work and education. The new double track enables accessibility to increase when more trains can be accommodated. According to the plans, the trains will start rolling on the new track in 2024 and the project will be completed in 2025.