To improve traffic flows and increase people’s mobility, new and efficient road links are being built in and between cities. Innovative Herrenknecht tunnelling systems are paving the way for new roads worldwide – economically, quickly and safely.
Investments in the development of road infrastructure are increasing steadily. By 2040, around 1.3 trillion US Dollars will be invested worldwide.
With us, tunnel construction and road traffic do not come to a standstill
Herrenknecht tunnelling technology is used to build efficient road tunnels that allow the traffic to flow on important transport routes and in major cities.
Earth Pressure Balance Shields, Mixshields and Hard Rock TBMs from Herrenknecht support the construction of efficient new road tunnels, for urban traffic, long-distance traffic, or both. As part of the construction and extension of these routes, more than 375 kilometers of road tunnel tubes have been produced worldwide using innovative tunnelling technology from Herrenknecht. Building upon this unique expertise and experience, we work closely with our customers and develop tailor-made technical solutions to overcome all challenges and create robust, sustainable tunnel structures – to budget and on schedule, while maximizing safety for the people and the environment.
Road, railway, metro, utility, pipeline, hydropower, mining, and exploration: Herrenknecht’s references include more than 6,200 completed projects around the world. Our tunnelling technology helps to build tunnels, pipelines, shafts, and production wells in all types of ground with diameters ranging from 0.10 to 19 meters. Pioneering technology from Herrenknecht is creating the infrastructure to take people forward, paving the way for progress.
As the world’s leading provider, Herrenknecht stands for:
Around the world, countries keep expanding their road traffic infrastructures.
The world is expected to further increase its investments in roads to the
enormous sum of 1.3 trillion US Dollars in 2040. The biggest investments by
far are expected in Asia with an estimated 797 billion US Dollars. Far behind in
second place are the Americas with 239 billion US Dollars.
Source: Global Infrastructure Hub (2021)
Coping with increased demand and challenging
construction of road infrastructure
Guan Linxing, Deputy Chief Engineer Urban Traffic and Underground Space Design and Research Institute
We are ready!