New line for the district heating network for the Stadtwerke München

The public utility company Stadtwerke München is currently renewing and expanding its district heating network for future-proof supplies to the regional capital. The new supply line, 280 metres long in the Hufelandstraße to connect two shaft structures in neighbouring streets, was built by Rädlinger Ingenieurbau from Vilshofen between mid-May and the end of August 2014.

The Hufelandstraße is an important traffic route for the local BMW plant, both for deliveries and for shift changes involving around 1500 employees. Paths for pedestrians and access to several plant entrances and a multi-storey car park had to be kept open during the construction work. In order to achieve this, 60 metres of heavy decks were used and the bus stop was moved to outside the construction site area. In addition, parts of the line and the asphalt were constructed at night. Reconstruction of the junction between the Hufelandstraße and Knorrstraße was done at the beginning of August parallel to the second phase of construction, with two-shift work done seven days a week. This short construction time, during which everything from breaking open the asphalt through pipe installation to release was carried out, also contributed to minimising the inconvenience.


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