Berding Beton

Rhine crossing by means of concrete jacking pipes

The overall project worth 11.2 million euros is stretching over 3.4 km: A 15kV cable route is replaced from the railroad transformer substation in Bingen to the railroad line in Geisenheim. Section 8 of the route that is a 1.3 km long crossing below the river Rhine is an especially challenging part of this construction project.

For this purpose, a crossing was constructed from south to north below the river Rhine on behalf of Deutsche Bahn using non-disruptive construction methods. The Bingen-based construction company Sonntag Baugesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, specializing in pipe jacking, special...

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