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Disclaimer: The content of this document was provided by TCA and EIC cannot guarantee the accuracy of the presented information. Newsletter: May 2013 Project of the Month Design and Construction of the second Metro Line in Warsaw, from  Rondo Daszyñskiego station to Dworzec Wileñski station   April 2007 saw the start of the concept design study for the design and construction of the  Central Section of the Warsaw Metro Line II project
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     Disclaimer: The content of this document was provided by TCA and EIC cannot guarantee the accuracy of the presented information.    Newsletter: May 2013  Project of the Month Design   and   Construction   of    the   second   Metro   Line   in   Warsaw,   from   Rondo   Daszyñskiego   station   to   Dworzec   Wileñski   station   April   2007   saw   the   start   of    the   concept   design   study   for   the   design   and   construction   of    the   Central   Section   of    the   Warsaw   Metro   Line   II   project.   The   tender   for   the   selection   of    the   general   contractor   for   the   construction   of    the   project   was   announced   for   the   first   time   in   October   2007.   This   first   attempt   to   choose   a   contractor   failed   due   to   unexpected   high   tender   price   submissions   by   companies   participating   in   the   tender   which   were   in   the   region   of    6   billion   PLN.   Retender   for   the   same   project   were   announced   in   October   2008   with   longer   contract   duration   for   the   execution   of    the   works   and   incorporating   slightly   different   contract   terms.   Tender   submissions   were   received   in   February   2008   and   the   award   of    the   tender   was   announced   on   April   2009.   The   Italian ‐ Turkish ‐ Polish   consortium   ASTALDI ‐ GULERMAK ‐ PBDIM   was   chosen   as   the   Contractor.   The   contract   for   the   design   and   construction   of    the   Central   Section   of    Warsaw   Metro   Line   II   was   signed   on   October   2009.   General   information      The   largest   municipal   investment   in   Poland   to   be   carried   out   by   2014.      The   length   of    the   line   is   7   km.      There   are   seven   stations:   Rondo   Daszy ń skiego,   Rondo   ONZ,  Ś wi ę tokrzyska,,   Nowy  Ś wiat,   Powi ś le,   Stadion   and   Dworzec   Wile ń ski   Stations.      Approximate   total   cost   of    the   project   is   4.76   billion   PLN.   Half    of    the   total   investment   is   subsidized   from   European   Union   Funds.      The   Investor   is   the   capital   city   of    Warsaw   represented   by   the   Public   Transport   Authority;   substitute   investor   is   Metro   Warszawskie   Sp.   z   o.o.      he   Contractor   is   AGP   Metro   Polska   which   is   a   civil   partnership   established   by   Italian,   Turkish   and   Polish   consortium   partners   :   ASTALDI   S.p.A   ,   GÜLERMAK   A ğ ı r   Sanayi  İ n ş aat   ve   Taahhüt   A. Ş .   and   Przedsi ę biorstwo   Budowy   Dróg   i   Mostów   Sp.   z   o.o.   from   Mi ń sk   Mazowiecki.       Disclaimer: The content of this document was provided by TCA and EIC cannot guarantee the accuracy of the presented information.   Stations   Rondo   Daszy  ń skiego   Station   (C09   Station   &   Holding   Track)   Rondo   Daszy ń skiego   Station   is   one   of    the   end   stations   of    the   1st   phase   of    the   Warsaw   Metro   Line   II.   The   structure   has   two   sections;   the   Station   section   at   the   east   and   the   holding   track   structure   at   the   west   end.   Station   has   two ‐ storey   underground   levels,   containing   a   passenger   platform,   check ‐ in   halls   and   technological   rooms,   underground   passages    joined   with   the   min   structure,   nearby   the   east   and   west   station   heads.   The   Station   includes   a   holding   track   area   for   the   storage   and   maintenance   of    the   metro   trains.   The   Station   has   been   constructed   in   a   top ‐ down   technology   incorporating   a   diaphragm   wall   construction.   Due   to   highly   permeable   sandy   soil   conditions,   the   construction   area   has   been   sealed   with   diaphragm   walls   at   the   sides   and    jet ‐ grouting   from   the   bottom   to   prevent   uplifting   during   early   phase   of    construction   (temporary   phase).   Holding   Track   C09   station   Length   of    main   body   270m   135m   Width   of    main   body   20m   ~   25m   20m   ~   25m   Volume   of    main   body   68,000m3   40,000m3   Diaphragm   wall   thickness   100cm   &   120cm   100cm   &   120cm   Diaphragm   wall   Length   25m   40m   Pile   Diameter   120&140cm   120&140cm   Pile   length   40m   40m   Typical   cross ‐ section   of    Holding   Track   of    C09   Station   Typical   cross ‐ section   of    C09   Station       Disclaimer: The content of this document was provided by TCA and EIC cannot guarantee the accuracy of the presented information.   Cross ‐ section   at   elliptical   ceiling   of    C10   Station   Rondo   ONZ    Station   (C10    Station   &   Cross ‐ Over)   Rondo   ONZ   Station   is   a   two ‐ storey   underground   structure,   which   is   integrated   with   traffic   routes   of    underground   passageway   under   one   of    the   densest   over   ground   roundabouts   in   Warsaw.   The   structure   has   two   sections;   the   station   structure   at   the   west   and   the   cross ‐ over   structure   at   the   east   side.   The   Station   has   a   cross ‐ over   connection   between   the   northern   and   southern   tracks.   C10   station   incorporates   a   specialist   architectural   ceiling,   having   an   elliptical   special   form.   The   Station   has   been   constructed   in   a   top ‐ down   technology   with   diaphragm   wall   construction.   C10   station   Cross ‐ Over   Length   of    main   body   160m   150m   Width   of    main   body   25m   24m   Volume   of    main   body   45,000m3   45,000   m3   Diaphragm   wall   thickness   100cm   100cm   Diaphragm   wall   length   46m   20m   Barrette   Thickness   100&120cm   100&120cm   Barrette   Length   35m   35m       Disclaimer: The content of this document was provided by TCA and EIC cannot guarantee the accuracy of the presented information.   Ś  wietokrzyska   Station   (C11   Station)   Warsaw   Metro   Line   II   passes   1.5m   below   the   existing   Line   1   at  Ś wi ę tokrzyska   cross ‐ road.   Passengers   can   be   transferred   between   lines   through   the   pedestrian   connection   between   passenger   platforms   of    the   line   1   tunnels.  Ś wi ę tokrzyska   is   a   three ‐ storey   underground   structure,   which   is   in   close   vicinity   to   the   existing   buildings.   Construction   is   carried   out   in   phases   requiring   several   complex   traffic   management   solutions   with   the   connection   between   platforms   of    the   line   1   tunnels   being   the   main   difficulty   at   this   station   to   resolve   The   Station   has   been   constructed   in   a   top ‐ down   technology   with   diaphragm   wall   construction.   C11   Station   Length   of    main   body   135m   Width   of    main   body   25m   Volume   of    main   body   80,000   m3   Diaphragm   wall   thickness   100&120cm   Diaphragm   wall   length   30m   Barrette   Thickness   120&140cm   Barrette   Length   40m   Longitudinal   cross ‐ section   of    the   connection   with   line   1   (partial   view)   of    C11   Station  
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