Germany

Formwork Technology at the Gmünder Einhorn-Tunnel

After five years of construction and a considerable longer period of planning, the Gmünder Einhorn Tunnel was opened on 25th November 2013 in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany. With the completion of the tunnel, the authorities achieved two objectives: firstly to relieve the congested traffic situation in the city and secondly to create a forward-looking traffic concept in the land released by the project. Among the greatest challenges that had to be overcome was keeping the traffic flowing efficiently in spite of the operating construction site and the diversion of a series of lengths of the Rems...

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