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Havel River Culvert
Germany, Berlin
2009

Berlin planned to extend the district heating grid. To this end, a tunnel needed to cross under the River Havel to connect approx. 50,000 apartments in Spandau with the existing grid. The plan envisaged a 110.20-meter length for the crossing.

A Herrenknecht micromachine bored the section under the River Havel in a clean-cut and precise manner within eight working days. A total of 38 concrete elements each of a 2.60-meter diameter were pushed through under the river.

Data Sheet

Country, Location

Germany, Berlin

Year

2009

Application

District heating

Geology

Soft ground
Sand, gravel, rock

Tunnelling length

110 m

Machine Data

1x AVN Machine:
Diameter: 3,025 mm
Lining method: Pipe jacking
Cutterhead power: 400 kW
Torque: 1,600 kNm

Your contact person Contact us

Jack Brockway President and CEO Herrenknecht Tunnelling Systems USA Inc.
Gerhard Goisser COO Herrenknecht Tunnelling Systems USA, Inc.