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.
Ineco has taken another step towards digital transformation in drawing up projects, applying the BIM methodology and integrating it into a GIS (geographic information system) environment in the management of the Villamartín de la Abadía-Requejo section of the Ponferrada-Orense A-76 highway construction project, which it is drafting for the General Directorate of Roads, part of the Ministry of Public Works.
The Ministry of Public Works’ Innovation Plan represents a commitment to digitisation, energy efficiency and sustainability reflected in 70 specific initiatives that have undergone a period of public consultation. February 2018 will see the launch of a coordinated process to transform the Spanish transport system to provide a high degree of personalisation and efficiency spearheaded by new technologies.
Ineco celebrates a decade working for Jamaica’s main tourist airport, located in Montego Bay: most recently, on a redesign of the check-in area inspired by the natural environment –the airport is located by the sea– and supervision of airfield works. A decade in which passenger traffic has continued to grow, reaching almost four million in 2017.