Hölscher Wasserbau

Hölscher Wasserbau GmbH is an internationally active family business from Germany. From eight locations in Germany, 450 employees offer services in the fields of dewatering, environmental engineering, well construction and groundwater management. Hölscher Wasserbau is represented internationally by Budwug in Poland, Reinders Wessemius in the Netherlands and Uniquip Hoelscher in Qatar, and further offices are located in Romania, Italy, Denmark and Great Britain. The subsidiary company “SL Service und Logistik” is responsible for construction site disposition and workshops. The company was active on almost 800 construction sites in recent years, including major projects such as “Stuttgart 21”, Metro Cityringen in Copenhagen, OPAL pipeline or the A2 Maastricht autobahn tunnel.

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Issue 2012-08

Tunnel A2 Maastricht: Groundwater Management with DSI System

The Project The present A2 reverts to the N2 at Maastricht with the entire road traffic passing through the urban area of Maastricht/NL. Traffic is considerably hampered by the many intersections...

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Issue 2019-04

Fixing Solutions for Copenhagen’s Cityringen Metro

The Cityringen Project The expansion of the Copenhagen metro network constitutes an important contribution to the improvement of infrastructure and development in the metropolitan area. According to...

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Fixing Solutions for Copenhagen’s Cityringen Metro

The Cityringen Project The expansion of the Copenhagen metro network constitutes an important contribution to the improvement of infrastructure and development in the metropolitan area. According to...

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Issue 2014-03 Germany/Qatar

15 Tunnel Boring Machines for Doha’s new Metro System

The State of Qatar is pursuing an ambitious vision destined to provide the highest standards of living to the country by the year 2030. An important component for this is a modern transport...

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Issue 2010-05 Denmark

Groundwater Management for district-heating Tunnel in Copenhagen

Untertiteltext Englisch

The people of Copenhagen can relish the thought of continuing to enjoy distance heating. Towards this end the power company Københavns Energi undertook its biggest construction project so far:...

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