29 May, 2024
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Do you know about our most sustainable contracts?

The infrastructure sector plays a key role in the transition to a more sustainable world, and at OHLA. We act in accordance with our sustainability strategy is aligned with the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the EU’s commitment to climate neutrality by 2050.

We invite you to read our new publication Building a Sustainable Future, in which we present our greenest infrastructure initiatives.

EPC Ski (Norway)

It is part of the Follo Line project, Norway’s largest infrastructure initiative. Nearly 100,000 passengers benefit from this infrastructure, which won the ENR’s Global Best Project award.

Lund-Arlöv (Sweden)

Materials such as CEM II and fly ash concrete, as well as recycled steel and renewable HVO diesel have been used in this project to make us more sustainable.

Malpartida Bypass (Spain)

Pioneering project in Spain for the use of a 3D virtual model, or digital twin, combining BIM and GIS tools with drone support to provide a comprehensive real-time perspective of a linear infrastructure throughout the construction phase.

South Corridor Bus Rapid Transit System (USA)

The contract includes the construction of 14 BRT stations, 2 terminal stations and a park-and-ride facility, using sustainable materials.

I-405 (USA)

The project met many sustainability objectives including the recycling of 710,000 tons of concrete, which was reused for the base layer of the new lanes.. It is estimated that commute times will be reduced by half for nearly 400,000 daily drivers.

Yarumo Blanco Bridge (Colombia)

Unique bridge in the world in seismic rehabilitation and reconfiguration in which cutting-edge techniques have been applied that required cutting and seismic isolation of the five short piers of the bridge once it was built.

Building a Sustainable Future

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