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Minister Visits Salini Impregilo Site at Brenner Base Tunnel Project

Infra News - Published on Fri, 21 Feb 2020

Image Source: Salini Impregilo Brenner Base Tunnel
The Brenner Base Tunnel received Italian Infrastructures and Transport Minister Paola De Micheli at the southernmost part of the construction site where Salini Impregilo is working on the Isarco River lot with Strabag, Consorzio Integra and Collini Lavori. Salini Impregilo and its consortium partners are excavating four tunnels under the river and two tunnels further north. It is a complex project because it involves excavating under a river, the A22 highway, the SS12 state road, and a railway, including the one between Munich and Verona.

Once the entire project is completed, the Brenner Base Tunnel will be the longest railway tunnel in the world at 64 kilometres, part of a corridor of the Trans-European Transport Network of railways connecting Scandinavia with the Mediterranean designed to improve transport across the continent. In addition to the southernmost lot, Salini Impregilo is also working on the Tulfes-Pfons lot on the Austrian side of the project. Other companies involved in the Brenner Base Tunnel include Astaldi on the Mules 2-3 lot. Astaldi is part of Progetto Italia, a plan by Salini Impregilo to consolidate the fragmented construction industry in Italy.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Fri, 21 Feb 2020
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