New electricity wires for Munich Schwabing

The transformer station of the Munich Public Works Department (SWM) in Arcisstraße provides the entire Munich Schwabing district with electricity. By 2017, a modern, much smaller transformer station is to take on this task. To ensure that the residents will not have to sit in the dark in the meantime, several pipes are already being rerouted and renovated in advance.

In August 2015, the Rädlinger network construction team began the cable civil engineering for the laying of high-voltage, medium-voltage, DC voltage and telecommunications cables with a combined length of 16km and for the installation of cable conduits. In the process, the network construction team secured the numerous existing pipelines of different media in the approx. 770m-long route section and precisely coordinated the works with SWM, as well as with other involved companies and the responsible authorities. In order to prevent damage to existing cables, the colleagues dug the approx. 4,000m³ of soil for the cable trenches manually to a large extent. Since a complete closure in the construction area between the two schools in Arcisstraße and the highly frequented Elisabethplatz was out of the question, the traffic concept provided for a continuation of road and passenger transport in limited form. Under these tight spatial circumstances, pickaxes and buckets were also used during the creation of the 54 coupling trenches, which served the purpose of installing the connectors onto the pipelines. The 10 employees of the network construction division on-site will have their hands full in the truest sense of the word, presumably until mid-2017.


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