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The High-Speed Line to Jerusalem – Yitzhak Navon (Hauma) Station

Excavation and tunneling of the Hauma Railway Station at the entrance to Jerusalem.

This is a unique railway station [situated] at a depth of 80 m [below ground], constituting the last stop on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem High-Speed Railway Line.

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Value of construction:
NIS 400 million
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Construction period:
2008-2018
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Project Manager:
Eitan Doron
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Client:
NTA, Israel Railways
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Scope of work:
Construction of two approx. 300 m long platforms at the bottom of the station.
A pedestrian passage is also used as an emergency shelter; station levels include a passenger hall, technical rooms and shopping areas
Construction of an underground ventilation systems building across from the station structure.
Description of services:
Construction management and supervision through handover and opening for public use

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