“Inecomex and Ineco share the same DNA: integrity, respect, rigour and commitment”

1 Complete the sentence: In a ranking of engineering challenges, ¿NAICM…?

…would certainly be near the top, because of the area’s seismic activity, the type of terrain and the fact that it will be one of the world’s largest airports: with a capacity of 125 million passengers.

2 And the Guadalajara-Colima highway?

Also, of course, because of the geography. In the mountain section, for which we are responsible for works management, seven special bridges are being built: the Atenquique bridge is 148 m high.

3 What is Spanish about Inecomex?

Inecomex and Ineco share the same DNA, the same integrity, respect, rigour and commitment that sustains our work all over the world.

4 And what has Mexico contributed most?

The values of its people: manners, sense of humour, joy, their warmth… “my house is your house”, solidarity after last year’s earthquake… And, since it’s not all about work, its rich gastronomy, which was listed as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010 by UNESCO: tacos, tamales, tequila…

5 How do you think Spanish engineering is perceived in Mexico?

It is generally highly respected and valued.

6 Which of your current projects is most exciting?

All three –Mexico City’s new international airport, Metro Line 12 and the Guadalajara-Colima highway– are equally exciting. Seeing them progress knowing that we have participated is a source of great pride.