Aspern - Vienna's Urban Lakeside

Aspern - Vienna's Urban Lakeside

Logistics and environmental management

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Aspern - Vienna's Urban Lakeside

Client:Wien 3420 Aspern Development AG
Location:Vienna, Austria
Construction Period:2010-2028
Executing Companies:RS safetec
Contract Value: 6 Mil. EUR

Vienna’s urban lakeside, Aspern, is one of the largest urban development areas in Europe. On the north-eastern side of Vienna, the 22th district is being developed – a place that accommodates and warmly welcomes everyone. This new and dynamic area is foreseen to be completed by 2028 and combines a rich and diverse mix of people from all generations, which distinguishes this part of the city from other such developed areas. The construction consists of several phases in which high-quality accommodation for more than 20,000 people are created and almost as many jobs too.

Phase 1:
2010 -2020
An area of 800.000m²
Entails the construction of a lake, various green areas, technical infrastructure installations, erection of houses, offices, commercial and businesses as well as research & development facilities.

Phase 2:
2017 – 2024
An area of 1.200.000 m²
Development of a new residential area, a mix of residential and business quarters, an office district as well as a new train station

Phase 3:
2023 – 2028
A total area of 600.000 m²
Densifying the adjacent areas


  • Ecological and economical project management
  • Site coordination and interface management
  • Logistics and traffic management
  • Monitoring and dispositioning of bulk supplies
  • Access control, acquisition & evaluation of all vehicles’ travelling data
  • Scheduling
  • Construction Management of road network including a tyre washing plant
  • Emergency and Crisis Management
  • Ombudsman for Residents' Issues
  • Environmental management
  • Supervision of construction site in accordance with Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) compliance act, including documentation
  • Imission and emission monitoring (noise level network)