11.10.2021

Strabag has received the order for the production of around 36,000 precast concrete parts (segments) for the tunnel construction of the high-speed line HS2 (High Speed ​​Two). For this purpose, Strabag will build and operate a modern production facility in the northern English port of Hartlepool by the end of 2022. The location for the project on behalf of Skanska Costain Strabag JV (SCS JV) is a leased industrial site in the Hartlepool Docks, which is being expanded into a production, storage and transport facility. With the start of delivery from spring 2023, the high-quality tunnel segments will be used on one of the HS2 construction sites in London: the eastern section of the Northolt Tunnel, consisting of a 5.6 km long, two-tube tunnel between the Green Park Way ventilation shaft and the Victoria Road side shaft. For the Strabag Group, the Hartlepool project is – in addition to the participation in the SCS JV for the two southern HS2 track lots, the construction of the Woodsmith Mine near Whitby and the special civil engineering work on the A 63 in Hull, the South Ruislip ventilation shaft and Victoria Road Cross Over Box in London for HS2 – the latest order in England.



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Strabag: Expansion and renovation of a production facility in Hartlepool, North East England; Photo credits: © PD Ports, (© Sender)

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