Hall “A” of the Hungária depot also underwent reconstruction – for this, we removed all the tracks, including the steel and reinforced concrete inspection pits, the unused lifting jacks, and the walkways. To replace the demolished structures, we built three tracks complete with inspection pits. Each track is 123 metres long, and they rest on 306 pieces of 40×40 cm reinforced concrete supports. In addition, steel-frame podiums were installed near two of the tracks, and we set up a 500-kg rotating crane for parts to be removed or mounted onto the trams. We were also responsible for constructing the overhead cables, the power grid, the compressed-air system, and other pieces of auxiliary equipment. Subsequent to the completion of the structure, all concrete
surfaces were covered with an artificial resin coating. Due to the tight deadline, we had to pay special attention to organising the work phases in accordance with the previously defined strict sequence.
The project’s construction period covered only 133 days, and three interim milestones also had to be met. The operational trials of the depots have been concluded, and the trams – including the new CAF types – are using the repair and maintenance facilities on a regular basis, to the complete satisfaction of
Client: BKK Zrt.
Starting date: 17/07/2015Kezdés: 2015.07.17.
Completion date: 25/11/2015Befejezés: 2015.11.25.