MAKING WAY. REACHING GOALS.
VDE 8.2 Erfurt-Leipzig/Halle
From December 2015 on speeds of up to 300 km/h will be possible on the VDE railway route between Erfurt-Leipzig/Halle. VDE project (German Reunification Transport Projects) no. 8 is one of the largest and most innovative railway construction projects and a significant section of the Transeuropean Transport Network (TEN) between Northern Italy and Scandinavia.
Schüßler-Plan have long been involved in this project and in 2011 assumed responsibility for the operational management of the VDE 8.2 section and the new section between Erfurt and Ebenfeld (VDE 8.1.2). Operational management includes all those services traditionally provided by a project manager, focusing particularly on initial operation and including all matters to do with certification and EC verification.
In September 2014 high-speed test runs with up to 330 km/h were executed on newly built section Erfurt-Gröbers in order to check the exact position of rail tracks and its overhead lines.
Frankfurt Airport Extension Works. Sub-project CargoCity South
The extension works to Frankfurt Airport would not be complete without the provision of additional air freight capacity. The buildings and cargo handling infrastructure required to deal with this increased capacity are being provided at the Southern end of the airport site as part of a gradual expansion of CargoCity South. The operator of the airport, Fraport AG is involved in the air freight construction project as investor and letting agent. Schüßler-Plan are providing project monitoring servides to Fraport AG's project management team in accordance with the fee structure published by the AHO in booklet 9. Project phases 1 to 3 have been sucessfully completed in parallel with the first tenant selection process.