With the opening of the high-speed line, the trip between Madrid and Granada will take 2 hours and 45 minutes. The discovery of archaeological remains near Antequera and complex hydrogeology around the town of Loja were the main challenges to overcome in the final section, where Ineco carried out different works for Adif Alta Velocidad.
121 tonnes of rail, 550 tonnes of sleepers and 145 lorries loaded with ballast are just one example of what goes into building just one kilometre of single track on a high-speed line. Technicians from Ineco have been working with Adif and Adif Alta Velocidad for more than 15 years to guarantee the quality and supply of all railway materials used for track assembly. A job that requires maximum rigour and, over time, has resulted in the creation of a proven methodology.
ENAIRE’s new terminal area control centre (TACC) in Valencia now boasts the latest technology to control the air traffic in an area of 59,000 km2, to the airports of Alicante, Valencia, Castellón and Murcia, as well as between Madrid and the Balearic Islands. In 2019, traffic is expected to grow by 4% and the number of flights will exceed 200,000
A new façade, ramps, two lifts, enlarged platforms and new tactile flooring are just some of the upgrades in the comprehensive refurbishment of the Cercanías station of San José de Valderas in the city of Alcorcón, south of Madrid, with Ineco responsible
for drafting the project, as well as the construction management in one of the busiest stations in the Madrid network.
Talks and seminars are among the many initiatives aimed at recognising women in general, and those at Ineco in particular, highlighting the voice and presence of the many professionals who have contributed their talent and efforts to make the company what it is today.
The redesign and enlargement of the South Pier of Barcelona-El Prat Airport’s Terminal T1 will allow it to receive large-capacity aircraft. Thanks to a solution designed by Ineco for Aena, the South Pier of Terminal T1 will change from operating regional flights to handling international flights with wide-body aircraft, with improved quality of service provided to passengers.
The tunnel more than three kilometres long to extend Line 2 of Barcelona’s commuter rail suburban train network to terminal T1 of El Prat Airport is now a reality. In December 2018, tunnel boring under the airfield at a depth of 20 metres was completed. Having drafted the project in 2009, Ineco is now managing the works, which include a new intermodal station currently under construction in terminal T2. The company is also drafting the project for the phase two.
The Port of Valencia is ranked 30th in the world for container traffic, an activity that uses increasingly large vessels which, in turn, require larger cranes. To accommodate these gigantic ships, the Port Authority of Valencia has undertaken work to increase the water depth and reinforce the foundations of its Levante Pier, a project for which Ineco provided technical assistance services for the monitoring and supervision of the works and coordination of health and safety.