Nachrichten | News

Special Formwork for Feuerbach Tunnel From Huber & SohnFor the supply of all special formwork (such as formwork for the widening, connecting structures, cross-passages and the access of the Prague...


ISRM Congress 2023: Call for Papers

Abstracts can still be submitted until 31 May 2022 for the 15th International ISRM Congress, which will be held jointly with the 72nd Geomechanics Colloquium in Salzburg from 9 to 14 October 2023. The...


Projektbericht | Project Report

Neue Verfahren | New Methods & Technologies

Saving Energy and Resources and Reducing the Carbon Footprint by Innovations in Tunnel Construction

Climate protection and the geopolitical situation pose major challenges for our society. To protect the climate, we must reduce CO2 emissions and cut the consumption of fossil energies. The war in Ukraine makes us very aware of our economy‘s dependence on fossil energies and their availability and costs. This makes savings even more urgent than they already have been before. Likewise, the relevance of supply chains and availability of raw materials is becoming more and more obvious – also for the construction industry. An optimization of the design of conventional tunnels by owners and planners can lead to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions, energy and raw material requirements, and thus also in cost. In the article, potential optimizations are shown and explained with the help of examples.


Abdichtung | Sealing

Tunnelbetrieb | Tunnel Operation


New 1C Tunnel Coating

Newly developed by MC-Bauchemie, MC-Color T 21 has been launched as the first single-component (1C) coating on the market capable of fulfilling the surface protection requirements of ÖBV, ASTRA and...


STUVA-Nachrichten | STUVA News