Imster Bergbahnen invest in the future

The Imster Bergbahnen extended the technical equipment of the ski area from 2016 to 2019. This included extensive construction work, in which a storage pond was created, field lines were laid and pumping stations were set up. The cables for this project came from the local manufacturer Tiroler Rohre GmbH. In this project, which was planned by the engineering company Gstrein + Partner ZT GmbH, snow pipes with nominal diameters from DN80 to DN400 were used over a length of 5150 meters. In the upper section, sewer pipes with a nominal diameter of DN150 were also installed over a length of 700 meters. The pipes were laid by Porr Tiefbau. Due to the conditions on the mountain, some of the lines had to be transported into the steep slopes by helicopter. The storage pond was realized by Fiegl Tiefbau from Ötztal-Bahnhof. The operations manager of Imster Bergbahnen Stefan Kropf and managing director Bmstr. Ing. Bernhard Schöpf, who himself has a lot of construction experience, supervised the construction work and ensured that everything ran smoothly on the construction site over the three years. The decision in favor of the Tiroler Rohr GmbH was made due to the geographical proximity and the added value in Tyrol. The company also scored points with deliveries to the construction site with vehicles with a crane. A special plus was the staggered route inspection with a technician from Tiroler Rohre GmbH. An exact parts list was created, which contained all the required fittings and also contained node details in elaborated sketches. There are plans for a village railway in the future. This means that visitors would be able to get into the ski area in Imst, you would save the trip to Hochimst. The Hochimst ski area is a family mountain that enjoys good use in summer and winter. This can be attributed to the varied offer, for example there is an illuminated toboggan run, skiers and ski tourers alike appreciate the mountain. The longest summer toboggan run in the Alps was opened in 2003 with the Alpincoaster.

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