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Shotcrete and structural Concrete for the ZaB in Austria

Since September 2017, a research centre for underground construction has been under construction at the Erzberg in Austria. The supermobile concrete batching plant Euromix 3300 from SBM is producing concrete of the highest quality for this prestige project.

The Montanuniversität Leoben in Austria runs the „ZaB – Zentrum am Berg“ in the Erzberg in Styria, with extensive research infrastructure concerned with the construction and operation of underground facilities. „This consists of two parallel road tunnels, two parallel rail tunnels and a test tunnel“, explains Prof. Dr. Robert Galler,...

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