Formwork Technology

Speedy Formwork for the Gibelin Tunnel near Solothurn/CH

Formwork exactly geared to the construction scheme cuts down on the construction time and minimises costs. This was no different at the Solothurn site, Bypass West in Switzerland during the production of the Gibelin Tunnel, where the new Noetec system with formwork carriage was applied.
The Solothurn bypass is dominated by what could be described as a real heavyweight in the form of a tunnel produced by cut-and-cover. In geological terms the tunnel is located in the post-glacial Solothurn See, in other words on or in extremely soft subsoil prone to subsidence in close proximity to the River...

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