Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen

VDE 8.1 New Line

  • Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
    Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
  • Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
    Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
  • Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
    Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
  • Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
    Gera Viaduct Ichtershausen
  • Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen
    Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen

The structural work for this section of line from Ilmenau to the point where it joins the existing network at the western approach to Erfurt (about 40 km in total) has been completed since 2005. The outstanding structures from south to north include the Wümbach Viaduct, which is 570 metres long and 42 metres high, the Sandberg Tunnel (1,320 metres), the Behringen Tunnel (465 metres), the 1,121-metre Gera Viaduct at Ichtershausen, the 1,404-metre Augustaburg Tunnel and the 322-metre Gera Viaduct at Erfurt-Bischleben.

 

Facts and figures

  • Bridge length: 1.121 m
  • Completion: 2001

 

More Information: DB Netz AG

Contact

Alexander Strutzke
Alexander Strutzke
Dipl.-Geogr.
Dipl.-Betriebswirt (FH)
Sales and Marketing Manager
phone: +49 (931) 35503-550
Andreas Güldenpfennig
Andreas Güldenpfennig

Project Manager
phone: +49 (931) 35503-775

Successful project collaboration with EPLASS:

Since EPLASS is already being successfully used for all the single projects of the German Unity Project No.8, it will also be used for the project organization of this subproject.

To facilitate the complex construction management in a central system, the project participants decided to work with the internet based project collaboration platform EPLASS. All processes are easily accessible for all project participants at any time and any place. Everything from the correspondence, to the construction reports, structural analysis, check reports and claims are organized, reviewed and archived within EPLASS. The project participants consists of the above named joint venture, the German Railway (DB AG), external designers, checking engineers, geotechnical engineers and the building inspection. The federal railway authority is also involved in this project.