The projects we implement in Europe – particularly in Germany, Scandinavia and Luxembourg – are as diverse as the people working at SPITZKE. We build and revitalize long-distance, regional and local railroad tracks, we electrify, modernize stations and propel complex infrastructure projects. In spite of our diversity, our construction projects are united by one thing in particular: Us – 2,300 employees – always working hand in hand to make the railway infrastructure in Germany and Europe fit for the future.
Are you curious and would like to know more? Here, you’ll find a selection of our major projects. If you want to follow along with our current construction projects, it’s also worth having a look at our news.
Since June 2020, SPITZKE has been implementing the overhead contact line systems for the new rail line Wendlingen-Ulm in the greater Stuttgart area within a consortium.
SPITZKE is regularly involved in maintaining mobility in the Hanseatic city and has already successfully implemented numerous construction projects in the suburban railway route network of Hamburg.
On behalf of the energy network operator Tennet TSO, SPITZKE built the foundations for 60 of the 130 masts in the third construction phase of the new 380 kV route between Heide / West and Husum from November 2018 to July 2020.
Since 2011 SPITZKE SE, as lead partner of ARGE Berlin-Ostkreuz VP 11, has contributed to the conversion of the busiest interchange in Berlin’s public transport network.
On the Höllentalbahn, Germany’s steepest main line (a gradient of more than 57 per thousand), our track experts renewed tracks, points, sleepers and foundation and placed new geosynthetics and FPL in April and May 2018.
SPITZKE SE Danmark realized two projects in cooperation with the ARGE partner Aarsleff Rail A / S in the greater Copenhagen area.
Wir laden alle Interessierten herzlich ein, sich über die vielfältigen Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten und Jobprofile innerhalb der Unternehmensgruppe SPITZKE zu informieren. Wir freuen uns auf ein persönliches Kennenlernen und einen regen Austausch.
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