1,600 parking spaces at the station
Luxembourg National Railway Company (CFL) chose Félix Giorgetti for the construction of a P+R in Rodange, near the station. Started in 2020, the work has progressed well and the structure is already part of the cityscape.
Five stairwells, three lifts, two one-way helical access ramps, seven levels, six of which for parking use with a total of 1,600 parking spaces.
Félix Giorgetti is carrying out this large-scale project for CFL next to Rodange railway station.
Located where the Luxembourg, Belgium and France borders intersect, this project plays a major role in terms of mobility and is set to considerably facilitate the daily movements of cross-border workers.
Green roof with solar panels
Works carried out
The building is made up of 3,500 tons of steel, including 1,700 tons for the metal structure and 1,800 tons for the concrete reinforcement bars. On the third level, a footbridge will provide direct access to the station. As for the last level, it will be covered with a green roof as well as photovoltaic panels.
The project also involves the complete redevelopment of road access to the car park with the creation of a roundabout instead of the existing ramp, which will make traffic flow more fluid. This component will also include work on underground networks.
From the roof, in addition to the panoramic view of the three borders, the two domes that cover the spiral ramps stand out.
Two 8 m diameter glass domes
The view from the inside is even more impressive with the perspective offered by the spirals of the ramps. With a diameter of 8 m each, these circular segmented diamond-shaped windows are made of 25 mm thick transparent and insulating double glazing and a steel structure.
Direct access footbridge to the station
8m diameter glass domes
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