The railway and urban development project Stuttgart 21 in Germany is one of the largest and most complex infrastructure projects within the framework of the Trans-European Networks. Its core is a new Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof, among some 57 kilometres of new railways, including over 30 kilometres of tunnels and 25 kilometres of high-speed lines, comprising total costs estimated at 6.5 billion euros.
gbc engineers are proud to take part in the structural detailed design of the Fildertunnel and the Tunnel Ober- und Untertürkheim.
Structural Detailed Design
Bridge HEM 10+13
Within the scope of the new construction project of the bypass Hemmingen (B3, Hannover region, Germany), two sub-projects in the Bockstraße (HEM 10) and Pattenser Feldweg (HEM13) were designed by gbc engineers.
The federal highway 3 connects the middle centers Alfeld and Einbeck in South Saxony, as well as in connection with the federal highway 240 and 64, it connects the area Holzminden / Höxter with the provincial capital and the upper center of Hannover. The B3 has an important function in commercial traffic. As a gateway to the state capital of Hannover, it also services an important role in commuter traffic.
HEM 10: Overpass bridge at Bockstraße, east of the county road 225 (Stadtweg / Sohlkamp) between Devese, Ohlandorf and Arnum.
HEM 13: Overpass bridge at Pettenser Feldweg, west of B2 between Arnum and Patternsen.