Last September, the Constitution of 1812 Bridge –also known as La Pepa on account of the nickname given to the Spanish Constitution of 1812 established in Cadiz–, was inaugurated over the Bay of Cadiz. It is one of the great works of Spanish civil engineering for which Ineco was in charge of environmental management, carrying out all stages of construction while respecting the ecosystem of Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park.
The project was drawn up by engineer Javier Manterola and executed by the Spanish company Dragados. This new access road to the capital of the province is, at 3,092 metres, the longest bridge on the entire Spanish road network. Furthermore, it boasts the largest span in Spain, with a main span of 540 metres, and holds second place for the largest height clearance in the world at 69 metres. The structure is divided into four interconnected sections, actually forming four separate bridges. Furthermore, it accommodates two lanes of traffic in each direction and a platform reserved for public transport (bus lane).