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New technologies in Big Data projects

Big Data is one of the trendy concepts in the current business landscape. It is no longer a promise, but has now become a reality both technologically and economically. We only have to observe the evolution of the global rise in the generation of information –where 90% of the existing digital information has been created over the last five years– in order to understand this reality.

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An above-ground station

Jardines de Hércules station, located to the south of Seville, in the district of Bellavista, came into service a few months ago to serve a neighbourhood that brings together around 20,000 inhabitants. With an above-ground hall and faceted metal structures, it stands out due to the originality of its design and the complexity in the execution of the work, both of which were carried out by Ineco for Renfe.

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Riveting structures

By employing the traditional technique of riveting, riveted-steel marquees that have been affected by corrosion at Aranjuez station –a historic building dating back to the 19th century– have regained their full splendour. Construction work entrusted to the temporary business association (UTE in Spanish) Restauración Estación de Aranjuez has been carried out under the direction of experts from Ineco for Adif. The project is part of the Ministries’ of Public Works and Culture “1% Cultural” programme.

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