Bridge to more sustainability

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55.000 m3 concrete

7.700 t steel

800 t prestressing steel

Bridge to more sustainability

Repurchase of steel girders of the Filstal bridge project from SÜLZLE Nutzeisen

On July 14, 2021, the final bridge closure of the new Filstal railroad bridge near Mühlhausen im Täle was celebrated with a ceremony. The spectacular construction project for the future Stuttgart-Ulm high-speed rail line is thus entering its final phase. Since 2017, formwork, reinforcement and concreting have been carried out here to build the third-highest railroad bridge in Germany, at 85 meters high.

A total of 55,000 m3 of concrete, 7,700 tons of steel and 800 tons of prestressing steel were used for the bridge. And right from the start, steel from SÜLZLE Nutzeisen was used. Among other things, steel girders HEA, HEB, HEM double U, flat bars, round bars, plates and several auxiliary structures were supplied. However, the handover of the shell does not mark the end of the project: In the spirit of sustainable recycling management, SÜLZLE Nutzeisen has bought back around 100 tons of steel from the inclined formwork and 140 tons of steel from the Axis 10 bypass from the lead contractor ARGE EÜ Filstal. The material was loaded onto trucks from the end of June 2021 and driven to the warehouse in Sulz a. N.. Here it was sorted and then carefully prepared for reuse in construction projects. Good for SÜLZLE Nutzeisen’s customers and good for the CO2 balance.

With used steel recycling, SÜLZLE Nutzeisen underlines its competence as a sustainable company. Since 2020, the specialist for the sale, rental and buyback of new and used steel has even been climate-neutral.

Facts and figures about the project:

85 m

high

55.000 m3

concrete

7.700 t

steel

800 t

Prestressing steel

Location of the reference project “Mühlhausen im Täle”

Filstalbrücke

Gosbacher Straße 16
73347 Mühlhausen im Täle

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