The countdown has begun for Gotthard Base, the longest railway tunnel in the world:Rönesans The countdown has begun for the completion of Gotthard Base, the longest tunnel in the world built by İnşaat.
With the completion of Gotthard, the longest railway tunnel in the world, Switzerland will integrate into Europe's growing high-speed rail network.
Founded in 1993 and the 10th International Contracting Company in Europe on the Engineering News Record (ENR) list Rönesans The Holding adds a new one to its success abroad. Rönesans Under the holding roof Rönesans Construction continues construction of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in the Swiss Alps. Candidate to be the longest railway tunnel in the world, Gotthard Base will integrate Switzerland into Europe's growing high-speed rail network.
With the completion of the tunnel construction carried out by the TTG Consortium (Transtec Gotthard) and the TAT Consortium (Tunnel Alp Transit-Ticino) with the sub-joint venture of AFTTG (ARGE Fahrbahn Transtec Gotthard), Switzerland will be integrated into Europe's growing high-speed rail network. Rönesans Construction takes place in the construction of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in the Swiss Alps, the longest railway tunnel in the world. Rönesans Construction continues the modern railway construction for this project with the company Heitkamp Construction GmbH, which it incorporates.
TRAVELERS SHORTENING, THE ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE WAS MINIMUMA
Giving information about Gotthard Base Tunnel Rönesans Cenk Düzyol, Construction Board Member, stated that Gotthard consists of two single-line tubes of 57 kilometers in length, and the total length of the tunnel system, including all of the crossways, access tunnels and shafts, is more than 152 kilometers. Stating that Gotthard Base Tunnel also has the deepest railway tunnel feature in the world, Düzyol said, “The tunnel will increase the total transportation capacity throughout the Alps while reducing the negative effects on the environment. RönesansAccording to the statement made by, this tunnel will connect Zurich to Milan and Lugano, and will significantly shorten the travel time of passenger trains. ”
TESTING DRIVING ON 5.000
With the construction of the new Gotthard rail link, Switzerland will have signed one of Europe's largest environmental protection projects.
TAT Consortium completed the tunnel excavation works in September 2013. TTG Consortium is responsible for the rail technology in the Gotthard Base Tunnel. The consortium provides the construction of the concrete block line, power supply, cable systems, telecommunication and security systems. Until May 2016, where the works are planned to be completed, approximately 275 tests are planned, with the trains passing through the longest tunnel in the world, with a speed of up to 5.000 kilometers per hour.