Formwork Technolgy

Formwork Technology for Airport Link Tunnel in Brisbane/AUS

At the end of March 2009, Swiss company Ceresola TLS AG was awarded contract for the provision of formwork technology for the construction of the Airport Link Tunnel in Brisbane/AUS.
The Airport Link Tunnel in Brisbane is the focus of the largest PPP project (Private Public Partnership) ever to be carried out in Australia, with an investment of approx. 2.5 billion Euro. It involves the construction of 2 parallel tunnels, each with an approx. length of 6.7 km. This task will be carried out partly with tunnel drilling machines and partly with selective cut heading machines. Complex connecting...

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