FinMeas has secured an agreement with Züblin Scandinavia AB for the monitoring programme of the foundations work for the expansion of the Södertälje canal.
Züblin Scandinavia AB is currently carrying out some of the most exacting work in the ongoing Stockholm Bypass construction project. The FSE61 contract is one of a total of 17 sub-contracts within Stockholm Bypass.
Grundläggningsdagen, “The Foundation Day”, is a platform for networking and exchange of new knowledge for people and companies in the geotechnical field.
The FinMeas measuring service, FinMeas Online, reached the mark of 2 million measurements on 12 February. The two millionth measurement was performed for Skanska’s K6 project.
The Monitoring Committee of the Finnish Geotechnical Society (SGY) has published monitoring guidelines, which comprise the essential concepts and principles of geotechnical measuring and monitoring.
FinMeas will participate at “Bergdagarna” in Stockholm on March 20-21, 2018. Stop by and visit us at booth no. 35!
FinMeas is excited for this spring’s lineup of industry events. At the end of January, we will have an exhibit at Rata 2018, a rail transport conference organized by the Finnish Transport Agency.
Designed to provide a quick and easy access to the measurement data produced by FinMeas from the convenience of smartphone or tablet, the app makes it easy for busy persons-in-charge to stay constantly updated on the work site conditions.
For FinMeas, FEM 2017 is a great opportunity to meet our collaborators and customers and create new contacts within mining sector.
The commute for about 30 000 locals out of Trondheim on Fridays will no longer be a nightmarish activity, as a new four-lane stretch of the E6-highway will significantly enhance the traffic flow by spring 2019.
Whether you are a professional, student or a graduate in the geotechnical field – we at FinMeas want to get to know you better. For this reason, we have launched FinMeas guest lecture series!
Team FinMeas is gearing up to participate in multiple industry events this fall in Finland – and other Nordic countries! We will also continue to work closely with our partner organizations to co-host a variety of professional activities.
Conventional manual measuring is expensive and subject to errors, and it is therefore not performed often. However, it is even more expensive to not take measurements at all.
A large harbour renovation project is going on in Västerås, Sweden. Also FinMeas’ measuring devices are used in the project.