Railway building has always been a particular strength. Back in the era of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, the company built the likes of the Waagthal line in modern-day Slovakia along with a track linking Operngasse and Karlsplatz in Vienna in 1901. All of this is documented with historic images.
In recent times, the company has been commissioned by the Austrian rail network to conduct numerous support renovations and station reconstructions. The company has also played a leading role in the upgrading of the Vienna commuter lines.
Since work on the underground began in the Austrian capital, Pittel+Brausewetter has been directly involved. The Vienna underground operator has continually entrusted us to be one of their contractors for track construction work. This work has included laying the grooved track in the Simmering project.