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Metro line Noord/Zuidlijn in Amsterdam

Contractor: 

Max Bögl Nederland B.V.

Location: 

Netherlands, Amsterdam

Customer: 

Gemeente Amsterdam

Project details:

As a part of a new metro line (Noord/Zuidlijn) underneath the city center of Amsterdam, Max Bögl constructed the metro stations Rokin, Vijzelgracht and De Pijp.

Volume: € 223.200.000,-- 
Construction time: April 2002 till December 2015
Technical solution: The station boxes were built using the principle of a top-down cut-and-cover method, the exterior walls consist of later integrated diaphragm walls, an in clay injected base using jet-grouting and precast concrete for the roof. There were roughly 12.000 tons of temporary steel used for studs and girders. Furthermore the base slab consists of 2 to 4 meter thick concrete.
 
Notably, two of the tree stations were built using compressed air during excavation.
 

Around 400 in-house and external engineers and skilled workers were employed during the project implementation.

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