Gas pipes set up to Stammheim prison and Heimsheim prison

On behalf of NETZE-BW (an EnBW company) founded at the beginning of the year, the network construction department at Josef Rädlinger Ingenieurbau GmbH undertook to set up a supply pipe to Stammheim prison in June. The work is related to the complex conversion of the old prison wing, which became known in the 1970s as the wing housing the RAF prisoners. The facilities are no longer up-to-date and are thus undergoing comprehensive renovation and extension.

The new high-pressure gas line Da 160 PE – pressure level 4 bar was laid over a total length of 500 metres outside the prison grounds near the car parks as well as within the grounds. For this purpose, the enclosing wall had to be crossed by means of a complicated core drilling process. Another special aspect of the project was that most of the route was laid trenchfree using the directional drilling method.

In March and April Rädlinger built a gas connection to Heimsheim prison, again on behalf of NETZE-BW. In addition to routing a total of 850 metres of high-pressure gas pipe, this order also included the erection of a gas pressure control system.

Both projects were completed in time by the team of the network construction department and are integrated in the gas network of the EnBW again now.


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