Project Development, Project Management, Consultancy
Works for the two new buildings with approx. 11'000 m2 at the train station Schlieren are running at full speed.
The 1:1 facade Mock-Up has now been erected at the construction site in order to test and examine materials as well as construction details.
Window frames and trim of the office building are made up of extruded aluminium sections, balustrades are clad with standing seam metal panels. The adjacent residential building receives a plaster facade, finished with a pearlescent paint effect, reminiscent of the metal facade of the office building.
Construction is scheduled to be competed in the Fall 2017.
The third and last traffic conversion at the Seetalplatz in Lucern/Emmen took place on the weekend of August 26th to 27th. Now the traffic flows in the definitive traffic regime along the roundabout and is directed over the Obere Zollhausbridge. The Untere Zollhausbridge is reserved for public transport and bicycles.
The Visconsisteg and the Reusszopfbridge provide another possiblity to cross the small Emme upstream and downstream by bike or foot.
The main street in the Reussbühl neighbourhood of Lucerne has thus been upgraded and revitalized by decreasing motorized traffic. The street is reserved to a large part for public transport, bike and foot traffic and allows only limited access for residents and suppliers. A similar traffic regime has been put in place at the southern part of Bahnhofstrasse in Emmenbrücke. Public busses, as well as the bicycle traffic are separated from the motorized traffic. For the public bus authority this change means improved timetable stability through on-time arrivals and departures.
The footpath on the left shore of the small Emme has also been re-opened.
Detailed Information can be found on the Internet site of the canton Lucerne.
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