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Section 1 before replanting

The Mühlgraben is a 2nd order water body in the urban area of Erfurt and an important main watercourse for the district of Gispersleben. Below the crossing of the Gera by the Road of Nations, at km 16 of the Gera, the Mühlgraben is diverted by the Gera to flow back to the Kiliani park at km 15 of the Gera. The lines of the Mühlgraben were predominantly straight in the existing structure, the…

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Dyke at the Cusanus House

The Structural and Licensing Directorate North, Regional Office for Water Management, Waste Management and Soil Protection Trier, intends to implement structural measures from 2019 to upgrade the approx. 1.5 km long flood protection facilities in Trier between the German Youth Hostel and the access road to the RATIO shopping centre.

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Three-tiered storage channel DN 1500 in Isseroda

The responsibility of Kommunalservice Weimar as an independent enterprise of the City of Weimar lies with the public sewage disposal of the Legefeld district and the municipality of Isseroda. On its behalf, Tractebel Hydroprojekt GmbH planned underground reservoir systems on the basis of preliminary investigations for both local networks and accompanied their completion as construction supervisor.

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Symbolic groundbreaking ceremony at the Otterndorf lock

The new construction of the lock in Otterndorf in the district of Cuxhaven is currently the largest coastal protection project in Lower Saxony with an investment sum of around 30 million euros. The completion of the new Hadelner canal lock is scheduled for 2022.

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Fish ladder

As part of the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive, Tractebel Hydroprojekt GmbH was commissioned in May 2017 by the Saxony-Anhalt State Office for Flood Protection and Water Management to design the fish ladder at the Staßfurt weir at the river Bode.

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Current project: New construction of the flood retention basin Wippra

From 7 to 8 March 2019, the traditional Dresden Hydraulic Engineering Colloquium took place in the International Congress Center Dresden. The Institute of Hydraulic Engineering and Technical Hydromechanics at the Technical University of Dresden was able to welcome more than 420 participants from Germany and abroad with the kind support of the Society of Sponsors of the Hubert Angels Institute, the…

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As announced since the turn of the year, our company will be operating under the Tractebel brand from 15.03.2019. Lahmeyer Hydroprojekt GmbH now operates under the name Tractebel Hydroprojekt GmbH. Our headquarters, as well as your project teams and contact persons will continue to be available to you as usual.

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Logo Tractebel ENGIE

Since December 2014, the Lahmeyer Group has been part of Tractebel Engineering and is thus part of the former GDF SUEZ Group – today ENGIE.

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