The Norwegian National Road Administration has awarded the E03 Boknafjord Tunnel project to a joint venture consisting of Implenia (80%) and Stangeland Maskin (20%). The total order volume amounts to around CHF 375 million, while Implenia's share amounts to around CHF 300 million.The project consists of an 8.6 km long tunnel with two tubes and a 125 m long road section in the day area. It is closely linked to the E39 Rogfast project, one of Norway's largest infrastructure projects, building the longest and deepest underwater tunnel in the world. The E03 Boknafjord Tunnel project will begin this month and is expected to be completed in 2030.Implenia is responsible for the excavation and tunnelling work as well as for the interior fittings of the tunnel. Stangeland Maskin will be responsible for the transport of the excavated material as well as the construction of the road including the drainage works.