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On 25 July 2015, after a construction period of six years, the new 2.8 km long tunnel under Luise-Kiesselbach-Platz and Heckenstallerstraße in Munich was opened.  It was possible to adhere not only to the schedules, but also the estimated costs of 398.5 million euros. OBERMEYER is entrusted with the construction supervision of the measure in joint venture.
On 2 July 2015, after a six-month construction period, the cut-through of the second tube of the 306 m long Burgberg tunnel was celebrated. The original tunnel dates back to the year 1844, when it was the first railway tunnel in Bavaria. The planning for the second tunnel tube was performed by OBERMEYER up to the approval stage.
At an official ceremony held on 19 June 2015 the foundation stone was laid for the new construction of the Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Munich. OBERMEYER has been the planning partner for the Consulate-General on the German side since 2012.