Oriente Station – Works Supervision

Lisbon - Portugal

Transport | Bridges Tunnels and Special Structures | Railways | Tunnels and Special Structures | Project Management and Works Supervision

Oriente Station – Works Supervision

Client: G.I.L., S.A.

Period: 05/1995 – 07/2000

Description:

The Lisbon’s Multimodal Station – Orient Station is the largest, most modern and complex Intermodal Transport Station in Portugal, consisting of five distinct and interconnected areas: commercial and leisure area, railway station, with 4 passenger platforms, serving 8 lanes, subway station and terminus tunnel, 545 m long, in an urban area, coach station, with 6 service islands and capacity for 40 coaches and buses, and underground and elevated parking area, with a capacity for 2 000 vehicles. The construction works also included the 2 300 m long rail track platform, comprising the enlargement from 2 to 4 lanes (Northern Line), and to 8 lanes in the station’s area of influence, railway viaduct, rail track platform panoramic wall, as well as the set of underground works serving the entire intermodal complex and the respective external works.

Project value: € 199 500 000

Scope of service: technical and management assistance and works supervision related to tunnel construction, tunnel lining, power supply, telecommunications, signaling, underground station construction, track construction, structural engineering, architecture, electrical and mechanical engineering).