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Subway Station

Parc Bazilescu

Line 4

It is the first subway station in Bucharest that provides natural light in the public space during the day. It was opened in 2011 and was the terminal station of Metro Line 4 until the 2018/2019 expansion with 2 more stations and a train Depot.

Technical details

  • Land consolidation by injecting bentonite-cement suspensions into inserted spears
  • Consolidation of longitudinal beams by injection of concrete
  • Injections at the extrados of the tunnels with bentonite-cement suspensions (resistance and sealing)
  • Sealing injections with polyurethane resins
  • Reinforced concrete and masonry interior construction
  • Waterproofing works
  • Earth fillings
  • Railway and related infrastructure
  • Special foundations - drilled piles
  • Reinforced concrete infrastructure for accesses
  • Metal superstructure for accesses
  • Curtain walls made of glazed enamelled sheet metal panels on aluminum structure
  • Alphaton ceramic curtain walls
  • Aluminum false ceilings (Z plates and profiles)
  • Aluminum curtain walls and joinery with double glazing
  • Plasters, washable and epoxy paints
  • Natural stone cladding for floors and walls
  • Implementation and execution of LOGES system (blind targeting and warning)
  • Milling and mounting bond boxes
  • Stainless steel railings
  • Massive ground monitoring and tunnel ridge in the station area
Value of the contract
11.709.582 lei + VAT
Metrorex S.A.
Opening year
The only subway station with the tunnel arch bricks visible near the platform