Tecnimont Civil Construction - Turin - Milan HIgh Speed Railway Line: Integrated design services for the High Speed Railways Industry
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Tecnimont Civil Construction - Turin - Milan HIgh Speed Railway Line: Integrated design services for the High Speed Railways Industry

on

  • 260 views

Tecnimont Civil Construction, as part of the C.AV.To.Mi consortium delivered integrated design services for the succesful and timely completion of the 125 km double line High Speed Railway line ...

Tecnimont Civil Construction, as part of the C.AV.To.Mi consortium delivered integrated design services for the succesful and timely completion of the 125 km double line High Speed Railway line between Turin and Milan. This line was the first HSR Line of the Italian network to be operational in the section Turin - Novara, serving the Turin 2006 Winter Olympic games. The presentation shows the management organization put in place for managing over 80.000 deliverables and the technical expertise for facing the detailed and specialised technical issues for the construction of the most recent high speed railway system in Europe.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
260
Views on SlideShare
253
Embed Views
7

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0

2 Embeds 7

https://www.linkedin.com 5
http://www.linkedin.com 2

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Tecnimont Civil Construction - Turin - Milan HIgh Speed Railway Line: Integrated design services for the High Speed Railways Industry Tecnimont Civil Construction - Turin - Milan HIgh Speed Railway Line: Integrated design services for the High Speed Railways Industry Presentation Transcript

  • TECNIMONT CIVIL CONSTRUCTION Turin – Milan High Speed Railway Line Integrated Design
  • Design Development Process and Organization High Speed Railways Design Challenges Project Overview 2 Design and Construction Details Conclusions
  • • Railway Line and links: 125 km • Bridges &Viaducts: km 21 • Commercial speed: 300 km/h • Embankments: km 99 • Cutting: km 2,5 • Artificial tunnels: km 2,5 • Road network: km 320 • Motorway: km 22 • Flyovers: 76 • Motorway junctions: 18 • Service areas: 3 TOTAL BUDGET: over 6 bln Euros Project Overview 3
  • Turin – Milan High Speed Railway Councils crossed: 2 Regions , 4 Provinces, 37 Cities/Villages Project Overview 4
  •  16° October 1991: Agreement between TAV and FIAT S.p.a.  MAIN PARTIES INVOLVED Owner SPV Owner Rep. General Contractor Execution PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PHASES Project Overview 5
  • Design Development Process and Organization Project Overview High Speed Railways Design Challenges 6 Design and Construction Details Conclusions
  • DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PROCESS DESIGN DESIGN COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT MAIN STAKEHOLDERS: DESIGN VALIDATION DESIGN APPROVAL • SATAP • AUTOSTRADE • WATER AUTHORITIES CONSTRUCTION Design Development Process and Organization 7
  • DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PROCESS WITHIN THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR SCOPE’s DESCRIPTION OF THE HIGH SPEED AND HIGH CAPACITY RAILWAY SYSTEMS DEC. 1992 – FIRST DETAILED DESIGN MAR. 1994 – FIRST STAKEHOLDERS APPROVAL MAR. 1997 – SECOND STAKEHOLDERS APPROVAL 1997 - NEW PROJECT GUIDELINES Design Development Process and Organization 8
  • FINAL STAKEHOLDERS APPROVAL REVISED DETAIL DESIGN Developed entirely in year 2000 – Budget Assessment Dec 2000 Early works agreement ADDENDUM TORINO – NOVARA : (14 Feb 2002) NOVARA – MILANO : (21 Jul 2004) Dec 1999 – Section in Piedmont July 2000 – Section in Lombardy Design Development Process and Organization 9
  • DESIGN PHASES PRELIMINARY DESIGN DETAILED DESIGN FINAL DESIGN GOALS : • Alignment 1:5000 • EIA • BUDGET ESTIMATE CONSULTANT : • RFI / Italferr NR OF DELIVERABLES : • 1500 GOALS : • Alignment 1:1000 • FINAL WORKS LAYOUT •CONTRACTUAL BUDGET ASSESSMENT CONSULTANT / DESIGNER : • Tecnimont Civil Constr. NR OF DELIVERABLES : • 20,000 GOALS : • Alignment 1:500 • CONSTRUCTION DETAILS CONSULTANT / DESIGNER : •Tecnimont Civil Constr. NR OF DELIVERABLES : • 65,000 CRITICAL ITEMS MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN COORDINATION AND INTEGRATION PRODUCTION OF LARGE AMOUNT OF DELIVERABLES VERY TIGHT TIMESCALE AS BUILT Nr OF DELIVERABLES : • 40,000 CONSULTANT / DESIGNER : •Tecnimont Civil Constr. Design Development Process and Organization 10
  • Design Development Process and Organization 11
  • • Hydraulics and Hydrology • Alignment • Trackworks (Embankments, Cuttings, Service access roads) • Main Structures (Viaducts, Bridges, Artificial Tunnels) • Interfering Structures (flyovers, underpasses) • Minor Structures (Culverts, Retaining Walls) • Road Network and Traffic management • Environmental monitoring and mitigation design • Utilities • Buildings • Trackworks / Permanent Way • Interface with Technological Systems and integration in the design Main Disciplines Design Development Process and Organization 12
  • Design Management Issues Complex multidisciplinar projects, interfacing with several stakeholders and involving a large number of deliverables. Optimization of the time to construction schedule within a rigid contractual framework (turn key projects). High Quality Standard Requirements in a large data management scenario. Large and Eterogeneous Stakeholders Network to interface (Client, General Contractor, Subcontractors, Electromechanical contractor, Local Communities, etc.) High level of responsability and liabilities for delay. Design Development Process and Organization 13
  • Solutions Network based structure advantages: Flexibility Specialised resources availability Cost optimization Strengthen the internal multidisciplinary design team, or… Establish an external network of specialised engineering centres Virtual Engineering Office (VEO) established at National Level by adopting the PDM System Design Development Process and Organization 14
  • ErrorCost Production phase With PDM Idea Without PDM Profit Preliminary Design Detail Design Execution Design Development Process and Organization 15
  • Advantages in using the PDM in the VEO Multidisciplinary design items management Design integration Data and information tracking Information availability Communication Speed Data protection The PDM brings the VEO working efficiency to that of a real office! Design Development Process and Organization 16
  • Design Development Process and Organization Project Overview High Speed Railways Design Challenges 17 Design and Construction Details Conclusions
  • High Speed Railway Design Challenges Main Design Challenges and Issues Functionality Infrastructure Network Integration Guidelines and regulations compliance Safety Architecture, Landscape and Environment 18
  • a. Functionality Intervention on interfacing infrastructures Third Party Interface and permitting HSR and A4 motorway simultaneous design Integration between Civil Works and Technological Systems High Speed Railway Design Challenges 19
  • b. Infrastructure Network Integration High Speed Railway Design Challenges 20
  • Novara Ovest Junction High Speed Railway Design Challenges 21
  • Sesia River Hydraulic Reinstatement High Speed Railway Design Challenges 22
  • A4 / A26 Motorways Junction High Speed Railway A4 Turin – Milan Motorway A26-VOLTRI- SEMPIONE Motorway High Speed Railway Design Challenges 23
  • Irrigation Network: Typical Culvert High Speed Railway Design Challenges 24
  • c. Guidelines and Regulations Compliance Legal prescriptions Italian Railways Guidelines Special Stakeholders requirements (local communities, concessionaires, …) Change in Law High Speed Railway Design Challenges 25
  • d. Safety Access roads for Civil Defense Jump-over protection barreer (“DUNE”) Antiglare fencing Infrastructure monitoring and Survey Signalling and Telecommunication Systems INFRASTRUCTURAL CORRIDOR – ROAD AND RAILWAY TURIN – MILAN Motorway High Speed Railway High Speed Railway Design Challenges 26
  • e. Architecture, Landscaping and Environment Landscape Integration of the project Anthropic impact minimization Integrated Mitigation Design Remediation of polluted sites Works Architectural Appearance: Style and Continuity High Speed Railway Design Challenges 27
  • 28 Environmental Monitoring and Mitigation Design High Speed Railway Design Challenges  Noise and Vibration: noise and vibration monitoring and impact study (barriers design) during construction and operation phases, development and implementation of testing procedures  Atmosphere: study of the dispersion of pollutants in the atmosphere with Gaussian models, verifying emissions and specific air quality requirements  Water: superficial and ground water monitoring, study of the dispersion of the plume of pollutants in water and verification of compliance with the regulatory requirement  Soil: Monitoring of Contaminated Sites, Mitigation plan, excavation plan design  Fauna and Vegetation: Monitoring activities and design of mitigation measures  Environmental reclamation design  Landscaping design Typical Layout of noise impact simulations Tunnel Entrance Design
  • Integrated Mitigation Design OASI LIPU, Agognate km 81+850 to km 82+600 High Speed Railway Design Challenges 29
  • Noise Bareers polymer alloy concrete wooden High Speed Railway Design Challenges 30
  • DORA BALTEA BRIDGE A A A A High Speed Railway Design Challenges 31
  • Design Development Process and Organization High Speed Railways Design Challenges Project Overview 32 Design and Construction Details Conclusions
  • Typical track section on double-track sections Design and Construction Details 33
  • Typical track section on single-track sections Design and Construction Details 34
  • Railway Viaducts – Typical Structures 1. 4 beam/bay section in pre-stressed concrete- L = 25 m 2. 2 beam/bay section in pre-stressed concrete- L = (31.50, 34.50) m 3. Single box beam/bay section in pre-stressed concrete- L = 25 m 4. Single box beam/bay section in concrete/steel structure - L = (40; 46; 50) m 5. 4-beam section with mixed structure - L = 34.50 m 6. 6 T-beams viaducts – L = (18; 21; 22) m Design and Construction Details 7. Steel Arch Structure 35
  • 4 beam/bay section in pre-stressed concrete- L = 25 m Most frequently used section in the project – Span 25m; Two beam/bays option for single track sections Adopted both on the HSR line (line dist: 5 m) and in the interconnections (line dist: 4 m); Design and Construction Details 36
  • Design and Construction Details Typical Pile section for 4 beam/bay viaduct section type 37
  • 4 beam/bay section – Construction Images Design and Construction Details 38
  • 4 beam/bay section – Precast Elements Installation Design and Construction Details 39
  • Steel Single Box/beam Section (L = 40-46-50 m) Design and Construction Details 40
  • Typical Pile section for single beam/bay viaduct section type Design and Construction Details 41
  • Design and Construction Details Steel Single Box/beam Section – Construction Phase 42
  • Design and Construction Details Steel Single Box/beam Section – Construction Phase 43
  • 4-beam section with mixed structure – Construction Phase Design and Construction Details 44
  • 4-beam section with mixed structure – Construction Phase Design and Construction Details 45
  • Arch Steel Bridge Dora Baltea Bridge TECHNICAL FEATURES: • Total crossing length: 1408m • Outline: 37 Prestressed Concrete spans and 2 Steel Arch structures 75 m span • Total steel structures weight: 3000 t • Arch steel structure supporting reinforced concrete slab • Steel structures installation by means of sliding systems having winches producing total pulling force of 400 t • Steel structures supported by side abutments on 22 piles f2,00m and 27 m length, central abutment on 20 piles f2,00m and 29 m length • Structural scheme studied for minimizing landscaping impact Design and Construction Details 46
  • A A A A Design and Construction Details 47
  • Design and Construction Details 48
  • Alignment and Trackworks Details Design and Construction Details Total line length: 125 Km Embankment length: 98 km Platform Width: 13.60 m Transverse slope: 3% Supercompacted Subbase: 30 cm Asphalt Subballast: 12 cm 49
  • FORMATION OF EMBANKMENTS Design and Construction Details 50
  • Design and Construction Details FORMATION OF EMBANKMENTS 51
  • Design and Construction Details 52
  • Design and Construction Details 53
  • Design and Construction Details 54
  • Design Development Process and Organization High Speed Railways Design Challenges Project Overview 55 Design and Construction Details Conclusions
  • Conclusions The delivery of the design for the High Speed Railway Line Turin – Milan had several critical items: - Particular technical requirements and performance -Timescale for the project development - Size of the scope of work -Interface with the stakeholders The Design was successfully delivered by leveraging on the following items: -Unique centre of coordination for the whole scope of work (Project Management); - Integrated organization with the Consortium for construction - Design developed to provide the quickest and most efficient delivery of the works (constructability analysis) - Detailed Environmental assessment, mitigation and design - Integration with the surrounding environment 56
  • info@mairetecnimont.it – www.mairetecnimont.it Milan Via Gaetano de Castillia 6A 20124 Milan Ph. +39 02 6313.1 Fax +39 02 6313.9052