Today, well into the 21st century, the Camino de Santiago, a World Heritage Site, is a cultural, touristic and spiritual phenomenon that is more global now than it was in the Middle Ages, when it was consolidated as one of Christianity’s great pilgrimage routes along with the routes of Rome and Jerusalem.
The Cartagena de Indias airport has grown and has been renovated to accommodate increased and farther-reaching traffic that requires larger and heavier aircrafts. Ineco has thus taken on the design and coordination of an expansion project that includes strengthening operational safety.
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.