Berlin-BAB A113, Construction Phase No. 23, Dresden Slip Road, Technical Installation

The section of the six-lane A119 motorway between Adlershof junction and the Berlin/Brandenburg state border includes two tunnels and a trough section for environmental and urban planning reasons.

Main Data

  • Rudower Höhe Tunnel: 900 m
  • Trough sections between the tunnels: 680 m
  • Altglienicke Tunnel: 300 m


Project scope

  • All technical facilities for safe operation of the motorway including:
  • Infrastructure for three operations buildings, with lighting, air conditioning, fire protection and sanitation
  • Extinguishing water system with two pressure boosting stations and extinguishing water pipes in the tunnels
  • Tunnel ventilation and ventilation control system, incl. measurement of air parameters (airflow, CO2, visibility)
  • Tunnel and trough lighting, incl. emergency fire lighting, emergency and escape route lighting, optical guidance system
  • Lighting control system with rotation due to luminance sensors
  • Telecommunications, with radio communications (police and VHF), operations telephone and SOS telephone, loudspeaker system, fire detection system and video surveillance system
  • Energy supply: high and low voltage distributions, transformers, UPS systems
  • Central building control system for monitoring and supervision of all systems as well as for transfer of data to the existing tunnel control centre (TLZ-BE)
  • Traffic engineering, incl. traffic control system, central reservation  crossing with underfloor LED lights, transfer of traffic data to the existing traffic control centre (VkRZ)


Berlin Senate for Urban Development, on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Transport, Building and Urban Development (BMVBS)


IUB Engineering AG

Construction period


Construction costs

€ 14.5 million

Scope of services

Project phases (PP):

  • PP 1 and 2: Basic and preliminary planning
  • PP 3 and 5: Conceptual and detailed design
  • PP 6, 7 and 8: Preparation and assistance in contract award, supervision