Munich 2nd Main Line – Marienhof Station


Credit/Quelle: ARGE Marienhof
Credit/Quelle: ARGE Marienhof

 

Excavation Proceeded to a Depth of  23 m

Work on the new Marienhof station on the 2nd Munich main line is progressing. The excavation for the station‘s central access structure in the heart of Munich has meanwhile proceeded to a depth of around 23 m. Particular challenges are posed by the confined space in the excavation pit, which is being constructed using the diaphragm wall/cut-and cover method. The article in tunnel 5/2023 provides an overview of the current status of the major project.

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