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Under the Eye of Ra

Ineco has completed a feasibility study for the Egyptian government for what, starting in 2026, could be the country’s first high-speed line. The project covers more than a thousand kilometres connecting the capital city of Cairo with Luxor, Aswan and Hurghada, on the shores of the Red Sea, at a speed of more than 230 kilometres per hour. The study was based on the design of the line at a scale of 1:25,000, a demand study and a socio-economic and financial profitability analysis.

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City lights (and shadows)

Ineco participated in Habitat III, the largest global event dedicated to urban development, which took place in Quito from 17–20 October. The company gave presentations on its experience in transport planning, sustainable mobility and services to the city. It was the third global conference –the first was held in 1976– which this time focused on the challenges faced by an increasingly urban planet threatened by climate change.

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‘Zero Waste’

Ineco has executed the Master Plan for Comprehensive Waste Management and the regulatory framework for Quito. The study aims to meet the requirements of the ‘Cero Basura’ (‘Zero Waste’) programme, which is based on raising awareness and managing effectively the entire lifecycle of solid waste in the Ecuadorian capital. A circular economy strategy founded on effective models and solid contemporary regulation.

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The gateway to the treasure of Sipán

Since late 2014, together with its partner CESEL, Ineco has been working on the preliminary studies for the modernisation of Chiclayo airport. Chiclayo is the fourth largest city in Peru.These analyses will enable us to determine and plan the improvement and enlargement work that aim to turn Chiclayo into the air transport hub of northern Peru and drive trade and the tourist sector built around the huge archaeological richness of the area.

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All about BIM… your imagination’s the limit

The time has come for the world of construction to make the same leap that the world of engineering experienced in the industrial revolution. BIM proposes the method of achieving this. Those who get on board will draw up better designs for their customers and keep their place in this evolving trade. Those who don’t will condemn their clients to higher overall building costs. Evidently, there is a limit to the number of times they can do this.

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