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Hanau-Nantenbach railway upgrade - Hirschberg Tunnel

Germany

The Hirschberg Tunnel is located to the south of the Schwarzbach River; the tunnel ends just short of the Etzbach River crossing. The structure consists of two single-track tubes, each constructed by a different method. The northern tube is 375 long and it was constructed by the cut-and-cover method on account of the shallow soil cover. To reduce the number of form-tie points the SL-1 formwork traveller was fitted with Wall formwork Top100 and the concreting was monolithic. All the assembly and disassembly work on the formwork traveller was carried out by the Doka formwork pre-assembly team.

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Hirschberg Tunnel
Hirschberg Tunnel
Hirschberg Tunnel

Project data

Year of completion
2016
Country
Germany
Town or city
Hain im Spessart, Germany
Contractors
INGBAU ABS Hanau-Nantenbach consortium
Structure
Tunnel

Partially monolithic construction method

Cross-sectional shape
Rectangular
Clear width
7.23 m
Clear height
7.55 m
Formed length of tunnel
375 m
Length of concreting section
10 m
Number of casting sections
38