LOCATION

Hundige

CLIENT

DSB S-Tog A/S

BUILDING PERIOD

2003 - 2004

PARTNERS

Hoffmann A/S med BBP Arkitekter A/S,
Moe & Brødsgaard A/S

The new service centre in Hundige supplements the existing operational preparation facilities in Taastrup, in such a way that DSB city trains in the future are capable of delivering a better city train product for their passengers.

The service centre consists of a welfare section, workshop, depot etc, and two halls approximately 100 m long, designed for graffiti clean-up and automatic washing of the train sets while the train is parked in the hall. The graffiti clean-up hall is also designed with lifts for the whole of the train set or for half of the train set, so that a survey of the subsurface of the train can be carried out together with the repairing of small defects on the trains.

The service centre was supplied with a very exciting facade solution of glass elements consisting of clear and translucent glass.

The facade solution with the glass elements gives a great daylight shine for the workshops, and at the same time a possibility of viewing the activities in the service centre for the passengers in the city trains passing every day.

As both halls have contact lines with a high voltage (DC), overall interlocking systems have been installed to prevent personal injuries.

In the washing bay it is not possible to activate the contact lines if the washing bay is working and is not in place.

If there is tension on the contact lines in the graffiti hall it is not possible to lift the train or to move to the roof of the train.

It is the first time this kind of a hall has been installed at DSB-City trains with such an advanced overall interlocking system and it is arranged by ISC.

LOCATION

Hundige

CLIENT

DSB S-Tog A/S

BUILDING PERIOD

2003 - 2004

PARTNERS

Hoffmann A/S med BBP Arkitekter A/S,
Moe & Brødsgaard A/S


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