New ski jumping facility, Tschagguns
Civil Engineering Underground engineering
In the Zelfen district of Tschagguns, JÄGER built an all-year-round ski jump facility on the site of the old ski jump with four ski jumps of different sizes. The jumps vary in size from a 22-m jump for juniors through to a normal jump with a hill size of 108 m.
On the left side of the ski jumping facility, an inclined lift was built next to the large jump. Also realised were a functional building and several small buildings (tower for jump judges etc.). In total, about 85,000 m³ of material was excavated in what was in parts very steep terrain, and about 5,000-m³ concrete used.
18 October 2013: Topping-out ceremony for the facility in the presence of the Vorarlberg councillors Dr. Bernadette Mennel and Harald Sondegger.
Vorarlberg heute reported on the topping-out ceremony on 18 October 2013, and Jäger Bau operator of what was at the time the tallest crane in Austria, Markus Embacher, reported on his exciting job. You can view the report at www.youtube.com/watch