Peter Lundhus received his MSc in Civil Engineering, Technical University of Denmark and Public Negotiation, Harvard. He worked internationally for Christiani & Nielsen covering all aspects of design, bidding and construction of civil engineering works, e.g., tunnels, bridges and harbour works in Europe, Asia and Africa from 1973-1988. He then joined the Great Belt Link A/S in Denmark (1988-1992), in 1990 becoming Project Director for the 8-km-long bored twin railway tunnel, a significant part of the 18-km-long, combined tunnel and bridge toll-funded link for road and rail between the eastern and western parts of Denmark. From 1992-2000 he was Technical Director in Øresundsbrokonsortiet, a joint DanishSwedish company tasked with the construction of the 16-km-long toll-funded tunnel and bridge link crossing the Øresund between Denmark and Sweden. Since 2001 he is Technical Director for Femern A/S, a state owned company which is tasked with the planning of a fixed link between Denmark and Germany across the Fehmarnbelt.
Articles By Peter Lundhus
After almost 2 years of extensive study of conceptual designs, the plans for the "missing" transportation link across the Fehmarnbelt from Denmark to Germany are ready to proceed. The present-day ferry takes 45 minutes plus waiting time. The link will take 7 to 10 minutes.