Some of Portugal’s most important infrastructures bear our hallmark
For more than 70 years, the construction firm Somague, part of Sacyr Somague, has been developing major road, port, and sporting infrastructures in Portugal. The extension of Lisbon’s red subway line, the construction of the Basílica da Santíssima Trindade church in Fátima, and the building of the Estadio da Luz sports stadium are just three of its most emblematic projects.
The portfolio of projects in Portugal is strengthened through new contracts
Of steel required to build 273 km of tracks for the Central Railway network
We manage three P3 hospitals in Portugal
Capacity of the hospitals in Braga, Vila Franca de Xira and Isla Terceira.
Experts in overcoming challenges
At Sacyr, we know how to successfully tackle complex building and concessional management projects. In Portugal, leading examples include the Vasco da Gama bridge in Lisbon, the second longest in Europe, spanning 12.3 km in length. More recently, we built the Foz Tua hydroelectricity plant (Bragança), which received The Year in Infrastructure 2018 award in the Energy Generation category.
We are also a leading company in the railroad construction sector. We are currently working on several projects, including a 40 km segment of the International South Corridor rail network.
In the P3 business, we currently manage three hospitals in Portugal: Braga, Vila de Xira and Isla Terceira, covering a total surface area of 240,000 square meters.