Blog of news and innovation projects
Terraplan optimizes deadlines and costs and minimized the environmental and social impact in the first project stages thanks to better equipment planning and scheduling.
“Innovation gives us greater competitive advantage in tender bids”
Ana Esteban Mateos, Innovation and Knowledge Manager at Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructures shares the projects that this area is working on.
The major infrastructure that Ukraine has already lost
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is inflicting $4.5 billion a week worth of damage to structures and buildings of all kinds. The country's heritage is under threat. We analyse how the bombardments, in addition to demolishing hundreds of pieces of infrastructures and destroying 2,500 kilometres of roads, are having an impact on churches, museums, historic buildings, monuments and libraries.
Living buildings, the new trend in sustainable architecture
The Omega Center, a wastewater treatment plant in New York, functions in the same way as a living organism: it is self-sufficient in energy and water, uses natural resources for its filtration processes and takes advantage of sunlight and ventilation with bioclimatic techniques. What if the key to sustainable architecture lay in the features of these types of living buildings in their entirety?
CV-35, a highway built on circular economy principles
The expansion works of this highway combine environmentally friendly technologies developed by Sacyr: repurposing used tires to manufacture asphalt (RARx), efficient machinery and fabrication plants, and innovative LED lighting