Explosive ordnance clearance IKEA area, Ulm

Removal of weaponry on a former rail freight station

In the years 2001 – 2003 a new commercial location on the 17 ha former rail freight station, with IKEA, Decathlon and other things have been settled there. As project managers and representatives of the landowner Eisenbahn-Immobilienmanagement omniCon controlled as part of a plan approval procedure according to the Railways Act, the planning and construction excavation, dismantling, restructuring, ordnance clearance and disposal and development and track laying work and obtained the exemption of railway operation purposes. The ordnance site clearance is one of the largest measures, which had taken place in Germany until then. About 250,000 m³ of soil had to be recorded and screened in special plants to first to remove small munitions (grenades, shells and cartridges, detonators, incendiary sticks and ammunition parts). After that bombs and detonator caps could be geomagnetic detected and exposed. There were more than 15,000 kg of ammunition and 9 bombs.. Four times the federal roads had frozen and the residents are evacuated.

Projectdata

Our performance Project management / representative of the owner:
  Building permits by exempting (declassification) of railway operation purposes.
  Planning and construction services for excavation, dismantling, restructuring, ordnance clearance and disposal and development and track laying work and soil remediation.
  Preparing the land for sale
Client Eisenbahn Immobilien Management GmbH
Location Northwest of central station Ulm
Gross floor area ca. 170.000 m²
Status Completed
Construction time 2003 – 2006

 

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