Austria

Dürr to undertake the electricalequipment of the Gleinalm Tunnel

The works for the new construction of the second bore of the 8.3 km long Gleinalm Tunnel in Austria have already been under way since November 2013. In December 2015, the ASFINAG awarded the contract for the electrical works in the road tunnel to Dürr Austria GmbH. The contract includes ventilation, lighting, video surveillance and emergency call systems, with a value of 30 million euros.

Currently the inner lining and the intermediate slab are being concreted. The installation of electrical equipment in the is to start in September 2016, and the new bore is due to be opened for operation with...

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