Covered section, Junglinster bypass
Covered section of the Junglinster bypass
Realization of a covered section in reinforced concrete 150 meters long.
Construction of a 5.7m high/150m long covered trench on a curve, allowing passage under the N11 national road.
The East and West entrances to the OA 110 are made of prefabricated structured sections, developed and put in place by Felix Giorgetti.
Earthworks in marly soil
A double winch crane was used to tilt the sections and columns over 8m high and weighing approximately 17t.
The walls at the entrances to the structure are covered with acoustic panels in order to reduce the sound effects of road traffic. The visible surfaces are water-repellent and covered with an anti-graffiti coating. The sidewalks are paved and fiber reinforced concrete slot gutters collect water and hydrocarbons. Earthworks were carried out in marly terrain.
Open frame bridge span
Multitubular 18 sheaths
DN500 FD pipeline
SEBES DN 700 fibre optic pipes
New railway line Bettembourg-Luxembourg
Construction of a 1.7km section of the new railway line between Bettembourg and the capital.
Widening of A3 motorway
Félix Giorgetti is taking part into the major mobility project of the widening of A3 motorway.
Making of a cut-and-cover tunnel and of a part of the new Höhenhof boulevard as part of the tram's arrival at the Findel.
Construction of a 1.9 km bicycle path between Esch-sur-Alzette and Belval, the centrepiece of which is a 1.2 km footbridge, the longest in Europe.