Managing complexity with a local solution for closed material cycles

Circular economy, Waldenburgerbahn Basel

Circular economy thanks to semi-mobile gravel plant




«Lot 6.1 is the most technically complex section of the new Waldenburgerbahn. Implenia has proved its expertise and competence on such challenging construction projects many times. This is why we decided to bring Implenia in as a strong partner for this particular section.»

Reto Rotzler
Head of Infrastructure BLT

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Semi-Annual Report 2021

Circular economy, Waldenburgerbahn Basel

The “Waldeburgerli”, Switzerland’s narrowest-gauge railway, is being widened as part of a general refurbishment of the line, which runs through the Waldenburg valley. This project is notable for its complexity, but also for its regional approach to creating a closed material cycle.

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Developing and building in partnership, Südcampus Bad Homburg

In Bad Homburg am Taunus, Implenia is realising the "Wohnquartier am Südcampus" project for the developer Wüstenrot Haus- und Städtebau (WHS). The job is being executed within a two-stage partnering process. Together with WHS we developed, planned and optimised the project together with the client from the very first phase.

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Integrated Project Delivery, Schaffhauserstrasse Zurich

Implenia wants to promote new partnership models for greater transparency and efficiency, and is launching pilot projects that use Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). A new project to build a multi-family dwelling on Schaffhauserstrasse in Zurich is just getting under way.

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Sustainable construction site logistics, Arnulfpost Munich

Sustainability has to be planned properly – and optimised construction logistics plays an important role. But can construction logistics really help us achieve a successfully sustainable future? The “Arnulfpost” project in Munich shows how Implenia approaches this highly complex task.

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