Civil engineering structure

The initial assessment of technical feasibility is part of the object and structural design of civil engineering structures, such as road and railway bridges, support and noise barriers as well as train stations and their access routes. This includes preliminary planning and layout engineering as well as tendering and construction management. 

Be it construction cost or future maintenance and service, cost-effectiveness is key to all solutions while always keeping functionality and design in mind.

The wide spectrum of services is completed by expert advice on technical and financial aspects related to existing engineering structures.

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Planning of a 12 km railway line, 2 new bridges replacing level crossings, construction of 5 new stops as well as modifications to 3 stations, 8 new bridges and extensions to 9 railway bridges, construction of new retaining- and noise-barrier-walls with a

Planning of replacement measures as part of the double track upgrade of the railway line between Böblingen - Renningen (S60), including a new local road and a railway bridge as well as an underpass for pedestrians and cyclists.

Design of a stabling yard and a depot for the tramtrain ve-hicles of Stadtbahn Saar GmbH