- Around 1,000 sites affected
- Minimum distance not guaranteed, supply chain not assured
- Early warning system activated for employees in Austria
Salini Impregilo and partners Strabag, Consorzio Integra and Collini Lavori have done 70% of the excavation work on the southernmost lot of the Brenner Base Tunnel project.
On April 16, 2019 at the Mules construction site for the Brenner Base Tunnel, the first of the two large tunnel boring machines that will drive the main tunnel towards the Brenner Pass was started.
Traditional Client Garden Party proves a huge success once again
Cimic Group’s global mining services provider, Thiess, has been awarded a A$160 million contract extension by Coronado Curragh to continue to provide mining services at the Curragh Coal Mine in Queensland, Australia.
Asfinag, the customer-financed, commercial operator and builder of motorways and expressways in Austria has awarded Pöyry, as part of a bidding consortium, with the technical consulting services assignment for the geotechnical measurements and tunnel scanners for the project S7 Fürstenfelder Schnellstraße, West section, lot 08 - Tunnel Rudersdorf and Wanne Rudersdorf Ost. The project will start in Q4 / 2018 and will be completed in late 2022.
Asfinag, the customer-financed, commercial operator and builder of motorways and expressways in Austria has awarded Pöyry an assignment for site supervision services for the rehabilitation of the A1 and A10 motorways in the region of Salzburg, Austria.
The agreements to transfer all of the shares in the Hinteregger Group to Porr were signed. This transaction will allow Porr to expand its market position in underground construction and civil engineering.
Salini Impregilo and its joint-venture partner Strabag completed the final segment of a tunnel on the Tulfes-Pfons Lot of the Brenner Base Tunnel (BBT), which at 64 kilometres will be the longest underground railway in the world connecting Munich and Verona, improving the transport of goods in Europe.
Fogtec is part of a research project which is supported by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy.
Bilfinger Hochbau’s activities have been part of Implenia since the beginning of March 2017. In future, the Group will be operating in its home markets of Germany and Austria through three business units.
The Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link between Denmark and Germany and the Brenner Base Tunnel between Austria and Italy are both record-breaking European mega projects that will play a vital role in the future European transport network. On Wednesday 21st September, representatives from the project companies, and members of the two regional development organisations, String and Brenner Corridor Platform, signed an agreement on mutual co-operation.
Teerag-Asdag AG, already a wholly owned Porr AG subsidiary since 2012, has merged with Porr Bau GmbH as of 3 September 2016 and will operate in future as Porr Bau GmbH with the sector supplement “Civil Engineering”. Nothing will change with the familiar services, performance, markets, client relations, contact partners and the company’s workforce.
Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) contracted Marti GmbH in Graz and Marti Tunnelbau AG in Moosseedorf to conduct the works on the third lot of the 27km long Semmering base tunnel.
Sika is investing around CHF 2.2 million in the expansion of its production site in Bludenz, Austria. A new warehouse and a new manufacturing line for waterbars is being added to the existing site.
An unusual vehicle, a sort of train on tires, has been shuttling back and forth through the Ahrental access tunnel. The so-called Multiservice Vehicle is responsible for supplying the tunnel boring machine (TBM) in the Ahrental-Pfons exploratory tunnel.
Strabag, the technology group for construction services, has merged its 100 % subsidiaries Center Communication Systems GmbH (CCS) and Strabag Anlagentechnik GmbH (SAT). The new company, with the name Strabag Infrastructure & Safety Solutions GmbH, was entered in the commercial register on 24 February 2016. Managing directors are Gerhard Jelinek and Werner Kribernegg.