During the first three weeks of the six-week closure period, platform 1 was first dismantled and then rebuilt. The work on the 210-metre-long drainage line, which is laid at a depth of up to four metres, proved to be particularly complex and time-consuming. As part of our work, this pipeline was upgraded with a 30-metre-long storage sewer with a diameter of one metre. It is intended to ensure the safe drainage of rainwater in the event of heavy precipitation in the future as well.
The team from Ingenieurbau VST was able to complete the construction project by building a completely new second platform with a length of 140 metres. At the end of September, and thus with a precision landing at the end of the closure period, the two new platforms including the new access routes were once again available to passengers at Großen Buseck station.