4 Sudarshan TBMs released by NCRTC for tunnelling at Anand Vihar station
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4 Sudarshan TBMs released by NCRTC for tunnelling at Anand Vihar station

Anand Vihar, one of the largest stations on the RRTS project's Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut route, is currently undergoing rapid tunnelling and construction work. The base slab and concourse level of Anand Vihar Station have been built by RRTS, while the platform level is almost finished. The Concourse level's roof is currently being built. Following that, the platform level tracklaying project will start.

A top-down approach is being used to build the RRTS Anand Vihar station. Construction of the ground level is completed before moving on to the underground level. Cut-and-cover construction is being used to build this RRTS station.

The side walls, which are roughly three feet wide, are built first. Iron temporary columns have been set up. The top slab is built first, and a small opening is made through which excavator vehicles can descend and remove the earth. The temporary columns are then replaced with permanent ones. Raft and the remaining construction then take place. The entire construction project continues underground without interfering with other activities. The station's lowest floor, which is not accessible to the general public, will be used for maintenance and drainage.

Also read:
Alstom wins order to manufacture 78 coaches for Chennai Metro
Pune-Nashik high-speed rail project hampered


Anand Vihar, one of the largest stations on the RRTS project's Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut route, is currently undergoing rapid tunnelling and construction work. The base slab and concourse level of Anand Vihar Station have been built by RRTS, while the platform level is almost finished. The Concourse level's roof is currently being built. Following that, the platform level tracklaying project will start. A top-down approach is being used to build the RRTS Anand Vihar station. Construction of the ground level is completed before moving on to the underground level. Cut-and-cover construction is being used to build this RRTS station. The side walls, which are roughly three feet wide, are built first. Iron temporary columns have been set up. The top slab is built first, and a small opening is made through which excavator vehicles can descend and remove the earth. The temporary columns are then replaced with permanent ones. Raft and the remaining construction then take place. The entire construction project continues underground without interfering with other activities. The station's lowest floor, which is not accessible to the general public, will be used for maintenance and drainage. Also read: Alstom wins order to manufacture 78 coaches for Chennai MetroPune-Nashik high-speed rail project hampered

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