News : GWT: Inauguration of the ICE hall in Cottbus – Project progress Prof. Sundermeier

Instandsetzungswerk für ICE Züge in Cottbus
A ceremony was held to mark the commissioning of Deutsche Bahn AG's new maintenance facility for ICE trains in Cottbus.

Around two years ago, the go-ahead was given for the con­s­truc­tion of Deut­sche Bahn AG’s major »New Cott­bus Plant« pro­ject. A pro­ject that for the first time tes­ted the »rail part­ner­ship model« for new coope­ra­tive col­la­bo­ra­tion in rail­road construction.
The new ICE main­ten­ance hall in the eas­tern con­s­truc­tion area has now been offi­ci­ally ope­ned. Fede­ral Chan­cellor Olaf Scholz, who atten­ded the event, empha­si­zed in a speech the importance of the con­s­truc­tion pro­ject for struc­tu­ral change in the region and prai­sed the pro­jec­t’s suc­cess, par­ti­cu­larly against the back­drop of mobi­lity change.
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The GWT Inno­va­tion Cen­ter for Con­s­truc­tion Manage­ment and Con­s­truc­tion Ope­ra­ti­ons, hea­ded by Prof. Dr. Mat­thias Sun­dermeier, has been invol­ved in the rail­road con­s­truc­tion pro­ject from the very beginning.

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