The company has been awarded two contracts that are part of the Rail Baltica project, a modern high-speed rail corridor that will link the Baltic Republics to the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). The new infrastructure will connect Poland to Finland via Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with an 870-kilometre double-track railway line (213 km in Estonia, 265 in Latvia and 392 in Lithuania).

One of the contracts involves the definition of a strategy to implement the energy system and, the other, the definition of maintenance facilities along the entire line. Both projects will be carried out in consortium with the Spanish company Ardanuy.