Settled down in Macau | Working on something new …

After weeks and most propably months of settling down in Macau, I have found new work and a new project to conclude in Macau. The above photo is just one of many I had to take in the past weeks for construction progress on the new Porsche Showroom in Macau.

Without telling too much, I can recommend everyone to have a look at the LinkedIn profile of my present employer Icon Projects.

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Chennai Metro Rail Phase I

The Chennai Metro (Tamil: சென்னை மெட்ரோ) is a rapid transit system in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. The Phase I of the project consisting of two corridors is under construction. The elevated section of the project is scheduled to be operational by 2013 and the entire project is scheduled to be completed by the financial year 2014-2015. About 55% of the corridors in Phase I is underground and the remaining elevated.

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New Delhi Metro Line 3

The Blue Line of the Delhi Metro system in Delhi consists of 44 metro stations from Dwarka Sector 21 to Noida City Centre (Sector 32) with a length of 50.56 km and a branch line consisting of 6 stations from Anand Vihar from Yamuna Bank, with a length of 6.25 km. The Dwarka-Barakhamba section of the line was inaugurated by the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh on December 31 2005. It was opened to the public on 31 December 2005.

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Siemens Transportation Systems has received a contract for signalling and railway communication systems from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). This contract involves equipping the 23.5 km Line 3 which runs between Barakhamba Road in the city centre of New Delhi and the suburb of Dwarka in West Delhi. – Siemens Reference

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Nanjing Metro Line 2

Line 2 of the Nanjing Metro (simplified Chinese: 南京地铁2号线; pinyin: Nánjīng Dìtiě Èr Hào Xiàn) is a subway line that runs mainly in a east-west direction in Nanjing Metro network. This line has entered operation on May 28, 2010. It covers a length of 37.95 km with 26 stations. 18 stations are underground and the other 8 station are either ground or elevated stations.

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Following the successful equipment of Line 1, the Siemens Transportation Systems and Nanjing Research Institute of Electronic Technology (NRIET) Consortium has also been awarded a contract by Nanjing Metro Corporation Ltd. for equipping Line 2 of Nanjing’s metro system.  – Siemens Reference

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High Speed Line Beijing – Tianjin, China

The Beijing–Tianjin Intercity Railway (simplified Chinese: 京津城际铁路; traditional Chinese: 京津城際鐵路; pinyin: Jīng-Jīn chéngjì tiělù) is a high-speed rail, passenger-dedicated line between Beijing and Tianjin in China. The 117 km line was built to accommodate trains traveling at a maximum speed of 350 km/h (217 mph), and currently carries CRH high-speed trains running speeds up to 330 km/h (205 mph). When the line opened on August 1, 2008, it set the record for the fastest conventional train service in the world by top speed, and reduced travel time between the two largest cities in northern China from 70 to 30 minutes.

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In April 2006, Siemens and its consortium partners were awarded a contract by the Chinese Ministry of Railways (MoR) to supply and install the signaling systems, communications equipment and traction power supply for the new Beijing – Tianjin high speed line. – Siemens Reference

More details available on request