Realisations

Water tower in Gasperich

New water tower in Gasperich.
 
It is one of many buildings of the Ban at Gasperich. From the top of its 60 ml, this water tower will not go unnoticed: firstly because it is positioned alongside the A6 motorway, the highway that leads to Arlon and secondly, since it will be Illuminated from the inside and will be visible at night equipped with an LED system, at low cost.
 
Thanks to its capacity of 1,000 m3 divided into 2 tanks (400 m3 + 600 m3), it will serve the districts of Cessange and the Cloche d'Or in drinking water.
 
  • Excavation: 5,925 m3
  • Embankments: 3,810 m3
  • Concrete: 2,800 m3
  • Formwork: 13.700 m2
  • Reinforcement: 507 to
  • Prefabricated stairs: 170 m2
  • Concrete external tile: 450 m2
  • Masonry: 138 m2
  • AEP cast iron: 354 ml
  • Steel pipe DN 300: 312 ml
  • Sheath: 880 ml
  • Ground: 3.300 m2
  • Water resistance: 300 m2
  • Scape: 540 m2
  • Insulating facade: 850 m2.
Constructor(s): 
Perrard
Developer: 
Ville de Luxembourg
Architect: 
Jim Clemes
Project duration: 
11/2015-09/2017