EUGAL on film

We are posting the film series “EUGAL on site” and other highlights from the construction phase of EUGAL captured on film for you here.

“EUGAL on site” Film 4: David Winkler and procedures for tunneling

“How is it possible for EUGAL to cross a conservation area, bodies of water or other forms of infrastructure?” Our colleague David Winkler addresses this question in the fourth episode of “EUGAL on site”. He travels to the state of Brandenburg to examine special construction sites, where various processes are used to conduct closed tunneling. (in German)

“EUGAL on site” Film 3: Olga Schott and the pipes

“Where exactly did the ‘I-Day’ pipe get to?” Olga Schott wonders, a year after the event in Kassel. We accompany the colleague from Controlling to Brandenburg, where she sets out in search of the signed pipe. Her journey of discovery focuses on the path taken by the EUGAL pipes from the loading station, via the storage point and then to final delivery to the pipeline route. (in German)

“EUGAL on site” Film 2: Margarita Stohler and crossing the Elbe

Our colleague Margarita Stohler has made her way to the River Elbe in Saxony and met there with the construction managers of the Elbe culvert construction site. She and route reporter Norman Baumgartner have the current construction work on the Elbe crossing explained to them. (in German)

Short film: Elbe crossing in one and a half minutes

In crossing the Elbe, GASCADE reached a milestone in the construction of the EUGAL pipeline in December 2018. Laid in open construction, the culvert being pulled into the Elbe offered a spectacular view. (in German)

"EUGAL on site" Film 1: Dominik Leifer and the nature conservation along the route

Our colleague Dominik Leifer from Facility Planning goes on a journey of discovery along the EUGAL route – focusing on the environment and nature conservation. Together with route reporter Norman Baumgartner, he meets two ecological construction supervisors who tell them about their work. (in German)