Two very different, interesting and informative technical field trips are offered. On each tour participants will be given detailed explanations and will have the opportunity to have face to face discussions with those experts who have been directly involved in the projects.
Each trip is organised from 9:00 am and will run simultaneously. The tours end at different times in the afternoon. Registration to the technical tours is required. This should be done online through the WODCON XXIII registration link. These tours are non- refundable.
Fehmarnbelt tunnel link
Price: € 100 per person (excl. 25% VAT)
The ultimate attraction of the congress is a full day tour to the construction site in the Fehmarnbelt – with a sail along the 18 km immersed tunnel alignment between Rødbyhavn (Denmark) and Puttgarden (Germany), while enjoying the view to the fleet of the various dredgers involved the dredging of the tunnel trench (heavy-duty backhoe- and grab dredgers together with 1 a’ 2 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers). The visit also includes a guided tour inside the more than 7 km reclamation area being constructed in front of the Lolland coast – with stopovers at a few key spots like the deep pit for the portal building, the huge work harbour, the factory for casting the more than 200 m long tunnel elements and finally the exhibition center in Rødbyhavn.
Price: € 50 per person (excl. 25% VAT)
Lynetteholm is a peninsula that will serve as a future storm surge protection for the city of Copenhagen. It is located in the northern part of Copenhagen harbour and will also provide housing for 35.000 inhabitants. The project involves a 2.8 km2 land reclamation in several phases. The first phase is scheduled to start early 2022. The organisation tasked with the development of Lynetteholm is By & Havn (95% owned by Copenhagen Municipality). This tour will be hosted and sponsored by By & Havn and will include a sailing trip to the site.