Rehabilitation of the Brasov-Simeria Railway line, Romania
92 km of railway line
PERIOD: 2014 - on-going
CLIENT: Compania Nationala de Cai Ferate "CFR" SA
VALUE: € 586,814,978.00
3TI has been awarded the management of works and verifi cation of the execution of infrastructures, over-structures and systems for the rehabilitation of the Brasov – Simeria railway line, on the stretch between Sighisoara and Coslariu, in Romania, in the framework of the wider ranging Corridor IV European project.
The scope of this project is the enhancement of the railway circulation conditions along the Pan-European Corridor, ensuring the circulation of passenger trains at 160 km/h and freight trains at 120 km/h, increasing transport safety and protection of the environment.
The Sighisoara - Coslariu stretch covers a total distance of approximately 92 km and is subdivided into the following three geographical lots:
Lot 1: Sighisoara - Atel length: 28 km
Lot 2: Atel - Micasasa length: 29 km
Lot 3: Micasasa – Coslariu length: 35 km
In addition to the construction of the railway structures, hydraulic piping and replacement of the reinforcements on all the lines, the project involves the construction opf 33 new bridges/viaducts, 2 tunnels (401 m and 969 m long), approximately 8 km of support works, over 100 manholes and the rehabilitation of some bridges, stations and the existing stops on the stretch in question.
3TI will also be managing the works for the installation of the ERTMS signalling system (ETCS level 2 + GSMR), which is a system designed to ensure that trans from different countries can circulate on a continuous basis along all the European lines on which it is installed and is capable of ensuring that trains circulate safely.