Peab builds new main water and waste water pipelines in Nittedal

Peab has been commissioned to build new water and waste water pipelines in Nittedal. The customer is Nittedal Municipality and the contract is worth NOK 296 million.

The project is a result of the requirement to reduce pollution of the Nitelva River by closing two local treatment plants. A power line will therefore be built to the central treatment plant and a new feeder line will be installed from the plant to Nittedal Municipality. The project includes construction of a more than ten kilometer stretch of the main water and waste water pipeline.

The work will be carried out in areas where the ground conditions are difficult in some places. No-dig methods will be widely used to protect the environment and biodiversity, as well as to reduce damage to cultivated land. The project will work to minimize the impact on residents and road users.

Peab has collaborated with our customer and others in the development phase to arrive at the optimal solutions for the work to be done.

"We would like to thank Nittedal Municipality for entrusting us and good cooperation in the first phase of the project. It means a lot to us to contribute with our experience and expertise in close cooperation with everyone involved and thereby contribute to continued reliable water and sewage service for residents in the future. We look forward to carrying out this project efficiently and safely," says Erik Hedvald Nilsen, MD of Peab’s subsidiary Arne Olav Lund which will do the work.

The project is a contract in partnering that started with project planning. The project will begin in the next few days and is expected to be completed in December 2025.

The project will be order registered in the second quarter of 2024.

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For further information, please contact:

Juha Hartomaa, Head of Investor Relations Peab, +46 72 533 31 45

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