ZERNA Planen und Prüfen

Underground route alignments for developing road and rail networks represent a decisive prerequisite for solving transportation problems. They enable traffic to flow directing it to where it is required. Tunnels cater for relief that makes itself evident on a daily basis in built-up areas and regarding surface traffic.

The need for intelligent and future-oriented concepts for supply and disposal is growing in cities and built-up areas. Whether it’s a new building, a conversion or a redevelopment: underground structures place high demands on construction technology, which we counter with...

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Tunnelling Switzerland

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Issue 2015-02 India

Delhi Metro, Phase 3: 19 TBMs simultaneously engaged

A total of 19 Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) are simultaneously engaged in constructing Metro tunnels across the length and breadth of the national capital, Delhi, today, thus emerging as one of the...

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Issue 2011-02 Switzerland

Gotthard Base Tunnel wins International Tunnelling Award

Representing the Swiss Underground Community, the Swiss Tunnelling Society picked up the NCE International Tunnelling Award for the Project Gotthard Basetunnel in December 2010, at the Grosvenor House...

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Issue 2011-01 Austria

The new Lower Inn Valley rail line: Vibration measurements are completed

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Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) has in the past two years carried out a comprehensive programme of measurements on its new Lower Inn Valley line, in order to research more precisely the propagation...

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Issue 2011-04 Austria

The Lower Inn Valley line Tunnel shell completed

The Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) project engineers working on the new Lower Inn Valley line awarded themselves an early Christmas present in late 2010, with the application, at Radfeld on December...

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