Brenner Base Tunnel

Shotcreting at the Tulfes-Pfons Section

Work on the tubes of the Brenner Base Tunnel, one of the largest underground infrastructure works in the world, is in full swing on different fronts. Excavation of the new Tulfes-Pfons section officially began on 18 September in the presence of Pat Cox, EU Coordinator for the TEN Axis. The new section, worth around 380 million euro, was assigned to a joint venture made up of the Austrian company Strabag (51%) and the Italian company Salini-Impregilo (49%).

The construction of a rescue tunnel for the Brenner Base Tunnel, with a cross section of 35 m² on average and a total length of 9 km,
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