So what do Rejlers engineers actually do? The best way to answer this question is to go directly to some of the hundreds of projects and assignments which Rejlers engineers work on every day.
A calculation engineer in the field of mechanical engineering, for example, works with strength calculations for telecoms masts for TeliaSonera, cranes and over-head cranes for Konecranes, the gearwheel drive in gearboxes for Volvo and Scania, or transport systems for iron ore and minerals for LKAB and SSAB.
An electrical engineer works with cable dimensioning and power calculations for cables and installations at nuclear power plants and power stations, as well as at offices, hospitals, industries and railways.
An automation engineer works with systems design and programming of control systems, Scada systems, operator systems for production monitoring at Tetra Pak, Alfa Laval, Danisco, Sandvik, Metso, Pfizer, GE Healthcare and Amersham, and traffic monitoring on the Öresund bridge and in tunnels and junctions for the National Road Administration.
These examples show both the breadth and the flexibility of the Rejler Group and how Rejlers’ engineering expertise is not restricted to just one industry in its day to day operations.
The assignments at Rejlers Sweden cover the entire range, from pilot studies to completion and final documentation. The assignments are often divided into a number of phases and orders. Rejlers Sweden has a very large number of assignments, of which 80 per cent are charged on a running account basis and 20 per cent at a set price.
Apart from pure project services, the company also supplies system services in the form of software and associated service agreements. The maintenance system Rejus, the management documentation system QuickMap and the booking system Pi Book are examples of such system services.
Examples of assignments in the fourth quarter and after the period
- In Piteå the plans to construct a large new wind farm, with the potential for almost 1,100 wind power turbines, are far advanced. Rejlers has been commissioned to project plan parts of the new power cable that will transfer electricity from the wind farm to the national grid. Rejlers’ assignments are worth almost EUR 500,000.
- Norway’s national football stadium, the Ullevaal Stadium, is to be expanded with 3,000 new seats, new VIP areas and space for 160 new office workers. Rejlers is responsible for the project planning of all electrical installations associated with the redevelopment.
- Rejlers has been commissioned to provide strategic support to the Swedish Transport Administration and has been given the assignment to draft two of the Swedish Transport Administration’s applications within the EU TEN-T programme, the Trans-European Transport Network. The applications must demonstrate how an improved Swedish transport network can contribute to greater mobility and more sustainable travel within Europe.
- Rejlers has been given the assigment to assist in the project planning when LKAB invests in a new plant for purifying flue gases in Svappavaara. Rejlers is opening an office in Gällivare in connection with this assignment.