H.M. King Talal Intersection Twin Tunnel

King Talal Intersection is one of the central intersection connecting north, south and west of Greater Amman. Employer's studies showed that the best solution to minimize the traffic jam at this intersection is to construct two intersecting tunnels at different planes. Project works includes excavation, disposing away surplus, backfilling, compaction, reinforced concrete works, services diversion, and decorative works. All works were completed within the contract 100 days period.

employer
Greater Amman Municipality
consultant
Greater Amman Municipality
sector
Roads, Tunnels, & Bridges
Location
jordan /amman
completion date
31/07/1997
H.M. King Talal Intersection Twin Tunnel

King Talal Intersection is one of the central intersection connecting north, south and west of Greater Amman. Employer's studies showed that the best solution to minimize the traffic jam at this intersection is to construct two intersecting tunnels at different planes. Project works includes excavation, disposing away surplus, backfilling, compaction, reinforced concrete works, services diversion, and decorative works. All works were completed within the contract 100 days period.

employer
Greater Amman Municipality
consultant
Greater Amman Municipality
sector
Roads, Tunnels, & Bridges
Location
jordan /amman
completion date
31/07/1997
H.M. King Talal Intersection Twin Tunnel

King Talal Intersection is one of the central intersection connecting north, south and west of Greater Amman. Employer's studies showed that the best solution to minimize the traffic jam at this intersection is to construct two intersecting tunnels at different planes. Project works includes excavation, disposing away surplus, backfilling, compaction, reinforced concrete works, services diversion, and decorative works. All works were completed within the contract 100 days period.

employer
Greater Amman Municipality
consultant
Greater Amman Municipality
sector
Roads, Tunnels, & Bridges
Location
jordan /amman
completion date
31/07/1997