Turin-Milan and Milan-Naples high capacity rail lines, Italy
Monitoring of High Speed projects
COMPLETION: 2000 - 2009
CLIENT: ITALFERR S.p.A.
VALUE: € 1,800,000,000.00
During the last few years 3TI and EDIN have been constantly committed in monitoring and technical instruction activities of projects concerning main High Speed and traditional lines, activity aimed at the “Authentication” by Italferr spa, authorization act that can be basically assimilated to the authentication process foreseen by regulation 109 and Presidential Decree 554/99 arts. 46 and 47, in this case performed as voluntary act by the Railways.
The activities, currently underway, have involved groups of experts in the design of railway works (layout, works, hydraulics, geotechnics, interferences with services) in the detailed analysis of the executive and building project drawn up by General Contractors, of thousands of technical specifications and hundreds of works (viaducts, natural and artificial tunnels, overpasses and underpasses, bridges, hydraulic works, etc.). Such analyses have been frequently carried out also through the construction of models and confrontation of the calculations.
The main activities have concerned:
High Capacity Line Turin-Milan, executive project, stretch from km48+000 to km98+000 approximately, period 2000-2001
High Capacity Line Milan-Naples, line Milan-Bologna, down-the-line and interfering main works, period 2001-2002
High Capacity Line Padua-Mestre, executive project, period 2001
High Capacity Line Turin-Milan, building project line Turin-Novara, from km0+000 to km98+000, period 2002-2004
High Capacity Line Milan-Bologna, works and road box, underway
High Capacity Line Milan-Genoa, projects 1991-1999, period 2002
High Speed Station of Bologna, executive project, period 2000-2002
Check of the tests performed on main High Capacity line Rome-Naples works, period 2003-2005
Check of the executive projects of the Junction of Palermo, period 2005-2007
Check of the building project of the line Turin-Milan, period 2006-2009