Cloche d’Or P+R
Facilitate mobility in the capital
Félix Giorgetti is in charge of the construction of a new P + R with 2,000 parking spaces in the new Cloche d’Or district. Carried out for the Administration of Bridges and Roads, this project aims to ease the flow of traffic in Luxembourg
At the entrance to the capital, in the Cloche d'Or district, the P+R takes place on boulevard Kockelscheuer, next to the new national stadium.
This project is part of the ongoing work at the Cloche d'Or exchange hub and will allow users to park their cars and take the tram, bus or even bycycle via a Vél'oh station. The aim is to reduce traffic within the capital.
The car park will also be accessible via two underground passages, for pedestrians to get to the stadium and its multifunctional square and for cars from the Kockelscheuer.
Stairwells, including 4 in concrete
High capacity building
2,000 parkings for mobility
With its 120m length and 90m width, the work consists of a mixed structure, in metal and concrete, on 6 levels including one in the basement for a total capacity of 2,000 places. Its facade will be adorned with expanded metal cassettes.
As the schedule being tight and the project multifaceted, important coordination work was necessary to deliver the project on time.
Our teams opted for a drawer construction. Thus the carpentry work was able to begin on one part while on the other the main work was still in progress.
An organisation made possible by the installation of two Skyliners Liebherr cranes on rails.
Steel for the frame
Asphalt for the last level
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