Flood protection initiated in Reinhausen

“The beautiful has been combined with the useful”, said the Minister of State for Environment and Consumer Protection, Ulrike Scharf, at the initiation of the flood protection scheme in the Reinhausen district in Regensburg last week. The measure included the construction of a flood protection wall and the redevelopment of the river bank and riverside promenade along the Upper and Lower Regenstraße. Rädlinger Bauunternehmen received an order for the latter task. For the restructuring of the road space, 4,700m³ of earth was removed, 1,800m of edging and channels were taken down and 1,800m³ pipeline construction trenches were created. In addition, dyked area drainage was set up by means of pipes and a pump well. Rädlinger also implemented the roadworks and the adjustment of the access roads and completed the asphalting and pavement laying. In order to increase the attractiveness of the river promenade, adjacent areas were designed as so-called “Balconies and Promenades”.

Around 200 guests came to the opening of the flood protection. The redevelopment of the bank and promenade as part of the establishment of the flood protection not only created necessary infrastructure, but also provided added value to the residents with new coves, seating and cycling and walking routes. It is for that reason that the flood protection scheme in Regensburg has been selected in advance by the Federal Foundation for Construction Culture as one of the eight best-practice examples for the “Construction Culture Workshop in Regensburg”.Zur Eröffnung des Hochwasserschutzes kamen rund 200 Gäste. Dank der Neugestaltung von Ufer und Promenade im Zuge der Errichtung des Hochwasserschutzes entstand nicht nur eine notwendige Infrastruktur, sondern mit Badebuchten, Sitzgelegenheiten und neuen Fahrrad- und Spazierwegen gleichzeitig ein Mehrwert für die Bürger. Deswegen wurde der Hochwasserschutz in Regensburg auch bereits im Vorfeld von der Bundesstiftung Baukultur zu einem der acht Best-Practice-Beispiele für die „Baukulturwerkstatt in Regensburg“ ausgewählt.


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