The Linz construction company Swietelsky has landed a major order in the Latvian capital Riga: On behalf of the Latvian project company EDZL Swietelsky build the railway station and the infrastructure of Rail Baltica at the airport of the Latvian capital Riga. That was announced today, Thursday, by broadcast. Rail Baltica is a new railway connection, which will run from Warsaw in Poland via Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia in the final stage to Helsinki in Finland. All EU member states on the route are involved. The project is one of the most important European and EU-funded infrastructure projects.
For the construction project, the Upper Austrians have formed a joint venture with the Latvian companies Sia Binders and AS LNK Industries: The order volume is 240 million euros, as Swietelsky announced on request. Each of the three project partners account for a third of this.
The work is to be carried out in five phases from 2021 to December 2025. Components of the order are the production of the station building with two floors from a steel construction with wood / glass facades including the connected infrastructure, viaducts, noise protection measures, access roads, crossings, embankments, a railway bridge over the motorway and a total of 16 kilometers of railway line. The two tracks will be designed for a speed of 160 kilometers per hour and contain seven switches.
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