18Jul 17

AV/AC Line Cancello-Frasso Telesino

Bid award for AV/AC Line Cancello-Frasso Telesino

BIMon, together with Impresa Pizzarotti, has been awarded the tender for the construction of the Naples-Bari road and railway line, section Cancello -Frasso Telesino, thanks to the use of the BIM methodology.

The project is commissioned by Italferr S.p.A. and involves the execution design and implementation of all railway work: speeding up and doubling of the route line Cancello Frasso Telesino (about 16 km), side by side to the current line and part in variation for about 6 km. The design of the track includes a maximum speed of 200 km / h. The works concern armaments, signaling and telecommunication facilities, electrical substations and the construction of new stops. In addition will be carried out all civil, road and hydraulic works and related technological installations, environmental mitigation interventions and the dismantling of the existing railway line between Caserta and Dugenta.

With a total estimated cost of around 6.2 MLD euros, the new Napoli – Bari AV/AC line is among the works included in the “Sblocca Italia” law, an acceleration and simplification path for the implementation of strategic and urgent infrastructures for the our country, and is included in the European TEN-T Scandinavia Mediterranean Corridor. In addition to reducing travel times between Rome and Bari (three hours against the current four) and between Naples and Bari (two hours over the current three hours and 40 minutes), it will increase traffic capacity and develop both modal interchange (iron / iron and iron / rubber) and environmental sustainability. The railway axis Naples – Bari plays a key role in the development of the Italian Mezzogiorno since it connects two areas that alone reach a share of over 40% of the market production in Southern Italy.

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Three-dimensional view of the gallery
Three-dimensional view of the gallery
Realization of the
Realization of the "scatolare" system
Construction of the viaduct
Construction of the viaduct