Ineco has drafted the Sustainability Management Plan for King Fahd International Airport in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, for the Dammam Airports Company (DACO). Improving waste management and reducing water and energy consumption, as well as prevention of soil contamination, are key concerns.
Ineco developed a commercial master plan for the international airport in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. The plan provides a proposal for optimising the offering, location and design of commercial premises, which will improve passenger service and have a major impact on the airport’s revenues.
The new Rail Baltica line will connect the countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania along 870 kilometres and ultimately connect to the rest of Europe through Poland. Ineco is involved in several projects, including detailed technical design of the main line through Riga and in the North of Latvia.
Ineco is collaborating with Aena to prepare the carbon footprint of its airports, an annual calculation of their greenhouse gas emissions that is required to obtain the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA), the only accreditation available in this area. To date, eight Spanish airports have already received this certification.
The digitisation of processes and the use of collaborative tools combined with an appropriate technological infrastructure are helping to improve the resilience of companies in situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic. The application of the BIM methodology is one of the key elements, especially in infrastructure projects where it is not yet well established.
Regulatory compliance allows companies to detect and manage the risks of non-compliance with the law and, therefore, of being criminally charged. For Ineco, this is more than a set of procedures and mechanisms for legal security: it is a fundamental value and an ethical commitment.
After 52 years in service, the Recoletos tunnel in Madrid, the backbone of the Madrid railway system and the busiest tunnel in Spain, is undergoing a complete renovation designed and managed by Ineco. Its 7.3 kilometres connect the two major stations of Atocha and Chamartín along the city’s most important urban axis.
Adif, Puertos del Estado, Renfe and Ineco presented their proposals for more sustainable, inclusive, safe and resilient cities at the United Nations World Urban Forum. The event, which attracted 18,000 delegates from close to 170 countries, was held in Abu Dhabi from 8 to 13 February.