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Implenia CEO André Wyss was given a tour of the construction site of the new BSS building by the project team led by Oliver Lehmann and was impressed by what has been achieved so far in this project of the future.
TELT (Tunnel Euralpin Lyon Turin) awarded Lot 3 of the 57.5 km long Mont-Cenis base tunnel to a Joint Venture led by Implenia (34%). The total contract volume is CHF 248 million (EUR 228 million) and the project is in line with the company’s strategic focus on large, complex infrastructure projects.
Norwegian cleantech company TECO 2030 and Implenia Norway have been granted funding by Norwegian state enterprise Enova to jointly develop and pilot hydrogen-powered solutions that will eliminate emissions at construction sites. This is in line with Implenia’s ambitious sustainability goals.
The development with the three residential buildings with up to ten storeys and 167 flats can be seen from afar. Previously, three smaller houses, long unoccupied, stood on the 16,000 m² site, surrounded by old trees on otherwise unused land. The housing estate is a key project, not only for Implenia in Ticino, but also for Lugano. "A new mini neighbourhood" was the headline of the daily newspaper "Corriere del Ticino" after the project was presented to the public.
Implenia impresses clients with its planning and project management expertise | Temporary laboratory at Irchel Campus in Zurich | Six residential buildings with 267 apartments in Mannheim | Contracts worth a total of CHF 78 million
A new railway line running for 22.5 kilometres from the Brenner Base Tunnel will be a key element in an improved European mobility network. Implenia’s experience, expertise and competence in complex infrastructure projects were the decisive factors in winning the contract – precisely in line with the company’s strategy.