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Porr Infra to kit out Germany‘s second-longest Road Tunnel

The Porr bidding consortium won the tender for the construction project “A44, VKE 12, Tunnel Hirschhagen, Technische Ausstattung” at the turn of the year 2018/19. Porr Infra GmbH will be responsible for realising the contract for the client “Hessen Mobil Straßen- und Verkehrsmanagement”. The contract volume amounts to 31.5 million euros net; the new motorway tunnel near Kassel is set to open to traffic in spring 2022.

In the course of the new construction of the 5.2 km long section of the A44, the two-tube Hirschhagen tunnel will play a leading role in traffic technology. The lot has a length...

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In the course of the new construction of the 5.2-km-long section of the A44, the two-tube Hirschhagen tunnel will play a leading role in traffic technology. The lot has a length of around 4.2 km...

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