Implenia has been commissioned to build a bridge in Germany for more than 100 million euros. (icon picture)
In addition to Implenia, the German companies Plauen Stahl Technologie and Zwickauer Sonderstahlbau are also involved in the consortium for the new construction of the Rader viaduct on the A7 in Schleswig-Holstein. Implenia has the technical lead and is the contact for the client Deges (Deutsche Unit Fernstrassenplanungs und -bau GmbH), as the Swiss construction group announced in a communiqué on Tuesday.
The total project volume amounts to more than 250 million euros. Implenia has a share of more than 100 million in this, while Plauen Stahl Technologie (commercial leadership) together with Zwickauer Sonderstahlbau would account for around 150 million euros.
The new motorway bridge is 1,500 meters long and 42 meters high and runs the A7 motorway east of Rendsburg in Schleswig-Holstein over the Kiel Canal and the Borgstedter Enge. The bridge will be built using a composite steel construction and will play an important role in traffic to Denmark, Implenia wrote. The project will start in January 2023 and is expected to be completed by the end of 2026.