• Infrastructures

Hospital Biprovincial Quillota-Petorca: focused on the needs of the patients

We are building a modern health center catering to more than 300,000 people living in the region.
Quillota-Petorca Hospital

Quillota-Petorca Hospital 

  • Health
  • Chile

Sacyr Infrastructures

24/09/2020

The new Hospital Biprovincial Quillota-Petorca, which we are building in the region of Valparaíso, Chile, will benefit more than 320,000 people who live in the ten ‘comuna’ districts comprising the provinces of Quillota and Petorca.

The health center will be built over 73,000 square meters. It will have 282 beds, nine pavilions, intensive care units, MRI, a heliport to transfer patients, and a design centered on patient needs.

Earthquake-proof hospital

This hospital is being built in accordance with the highest standards for healthcare infrastructures and design in the world. It incorporates 383 seismic isolators, located underneath the parking level, which will decrease the feeling of movement in the event of an earthquake by 50%. Ready for any challenge.

73,000

SQUARE METERS

Built area

383

SEISMIC ISOLATORS

To reduce the sensation of earthquake movement

320,000

PEOPLE

In the area of the Hospital

  • Health
  • Chile
  • Transport infrastructures

Américo Vespucio Oriente highway: improving mobility in Santiago de Chile

This project reduces atmospheric and noise pollution in very congested areas of the capital.

Autopista Américo Vespucio

  • Sustainable movility
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Chile

Sacyr Concessions

13/10/2020

The new Autopista Américo Vespucio Oriente I (AVO I) highway project, which we are working on as part of a P3 and a building consortium, is approximately 9 kilometers long. This mega structure crosses through six ‘comuna’ districts in Santiago de Chile and is one of the largest infrastructure projects in the whole of Latin America.

This project will provide a solution to increasing volumes of traffic and the poor north-south road connections, and will ease traffic in a highly congested area of the city. It will also reduce journey times, atmospheric and noise pollution, and fuel consumption, by moving most of the traffic that currently circulates underground. 

Infrastructures that improve the lives of people 

The AVO I Project also includes the redesign of Vespucio Park, preserving and respecting the character of the current park, creating separate lanes for cyclists and pedestrians, and improving the design components, woodland areas, equipment, and infrastructure.

  • Sustainable movility
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Chile
  • Infrastructures

Improving mobility in Florida and Texas

We are developing roads in two of the fastest-growing States in the country.
Carretera Florida y Texas

Carretera Florida y Texas

  • Sacyr Ingeniería
  • USA

Sacyr Infrastructures

13/08/2020

We are carrying out six road infrastructure projects, five in Florida and one in Texas, alleviating traffic in some of their most congested zones. 
In Florida, we are widening the SR82 highway and remodeling a section of the I75 highway in the west of the State. We are rebuilding, remodeling and widening more than 12 km of road at the intersection of the I75 and SR70. 

We are designing and building three new roads in Miami-Dade county, south of Miami. We are also widening and improving two existing roads, including a new boulevard on Franjo Road.

In Jacksonville, we are building the First Coast Expressway, a new section of the SR-23, which includes 26 bridges. The longest, 300 meters long, will reach over the Black Creek river. 

In Texas, we are working on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to rebuild and widen a 11.5 km section of the interstate highway IH35E.

For this same client, we are also building a 13.2 km branch of the US59 highway, in the town in Diboll, Texas.

  • Sacyr Ingeniería
  • USA
  • Transport infrastructures

We are connecting Brazil from North to South

We are developing 673 kilometers of one of the country’s most important railway lines

We are connecting Brazil from North to South

  • Railway infrastructures
  • Brazil

Sacyr Infrastructures

17/11/2020

Our Engineering and Infrastructures division, Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras, as part of a consortium with Sacyr Neopul and ETC, is constructing sections 1 and 2 of the North-South railway line.

This line is used to transport goods and freight, and will connect Belem, in the north of Brazil, to Porto Alegre, in the south. The total distance covered is 4,200 km.

The section awarded to the group encompasses the construction of 673 km, partially built, linking Ouro Verde de Goiás with Estrela d'Oeste Improving the condition of this route will increase safety levels and reduce traveling times, helping to shore up the region’s economy. 

673

KILOMETERS 

Length of the line being built

61

MILLION EUROS

Total investment in the project

4,200

Total length of the railway line

KILOMETERS

  • Railway infrastructures
  • Brazil
  • Infrastructures

A6 toll road: a strategic route connecting Belfast to Londonderry 

With the construction of this section of road between Dungiven and Drumahoe, we are improving mobility in Northern Ireland.

A6 highway connecting the cities of Dungiven and Drumahoe. (Northern Ireland)

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Road projects
  • UK

Sacyr Infrastructures

28/07/2020

The project, awarded by Northern Ireland's Department of Infrastructures, included the design and construction of the road, which is 25 km long. 
This section is part of the North West Transport Corridor, which links the metropolitan area of Belfast and the North West of the country.

For the execution of this project, the consortium, made up of Sacyr, Will Bross and ROD, completed 22 structures, including four new interchanges and three roundabouts. The main figures for this project give a clear idea of its huge scope: 4 million cubic meters of earth moved, 500,000 tons in the execution of semi-flexible surfaces and 50 km of drainage systems.

25

KILOMETERS

In length

161

MILLION EUROS

Invested

22

STRUCTURES 

New structures created

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Road projects
  • UK
  • Integral Water Cycle

We built and now operate two desalination plants in Teclem Honaine and Sikda

These two reverse osmosis plants are capable of providing drinking water to more than 1 million people.
Teclem Honaine-Sikda

Teclem Honaine-Sikda

  • Engineering and Infrastructure Sacyr
  • Sacyr Agua
  • Desalination plant

Sacyr Infraestructuras

04/08/2020

As part of an international consortium, we designed, built, and currently operate two seawater desalination plants in Teclem Honaine and Sikda. The Teclem Honaine desalination plant is capable of producing 200,000 cubic meters of desalinated water a day. Construction began in 2007, and the plant began operating in 2010. It will be run by the consortium until 2037. The Skida plant can produce 100,000 cubic meters a day. Construction began in 2006, and it began operating in 2009. It will be operational until 2034. The process for both plants is divided into the following stages: pre-treatment using pressure filters, reverse osmosis, remineralization, sea water inlet. These two plants supply more than 1 million inhabitants.

300,000

CUBIC METERS

Water produced daily

250

MILLION EUROS

Construction budget

1

MILLION

People supplied

  • Engineering and Infrastructure Sacyr
  • Sacyr Agua
  • Desalination plant
  • Infrastructures

Al Meshaf residential district: We are growing in Qatar

This project spans an area of 117 hectares, 5 km from the town of Al Wakrah.
Al Meshaf

Al Meshaf

  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Obras de urbanización
  • Qatar

Sacyr Infrastructures

09/11/2020

The Qatari State Authority, Ashghal, awarded us the contract to carry out urban development works in South Al Meshaf, south of Doha.

This project includes the development of the adjacent area of 117 hectares, located 5 km west of Al Wakrah. It also includes 9.5 km of roads and a sewage pipe laid by excavating a micro tunnel at a depth of between 25 and 38 meters. This tunnel is 6.5 km long and its diameter is between 2 and 2.4 meters.  

This project has a budget of 114 million euros and it will strengthen our position in a strategic market, crucial to the future growth of our group. 

1,003

 JOBS

In the urban development project for Al Meshaf .

114

MILLION EUROS

Total investment in the project.

9.5

KILOMETERS

Of roads on the site.

  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Obras de urbanización
  • Qatar
  • Health infrastructures

Hospital de Antofagasta: one of the most modern hospitals in Chile

This new health center uses the latest technologies to care for more than 600,000 people.
Hospital Antofagasta

Hospital Antofagasta

  • Hospitals
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Chile

Sacyr Concessions

03/11/2020

The city of Antofagasta, in the north of Chile, has one of the most modern hospitals in the country, which opened in 2017. The new Hospital Regional de Antofagasta is the largest health center between Lima and Santiago. Salud Siglo XXI S.A., encompassing Sacyr Concesiones Chile SpA and Global Dominion Access S.A., is in charge of managing this center for a period of 15 years.

The hospital benefits more than 600,000 people, covering a highly complex area in terms of healthcare, the macro north zone, from Arica to Copiapó.

671

BEDS
 

Facility capacity.

260,000 

PEOPLE

Population served.

123,118

SQUARE METERS

Hospital floor space.

Innovation in the service of health

With the roll-out of this infrastructure, state-of-the-art equipment has been incorporated to carry out tests and diagnostics without patients having to travel to other regions in the country.

This significantly reduces the waiting list in specialized units.  For example, the arrival of the new Lithotripter, a machine that dissolves and pulverizes kidney stones, has reduced the Urology unit’s waiting list by 35%-40%.

  • Hospitals
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Chile
  • Infrastructures

We are modernizing a section of the Salerno-Reggio Calabria toll road in Italy

We are taking on the complex and challenging landscape of this area by building 36 new viaducts
 Salerno Reggio highway.

 Salerno Reggio highway.

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Italy

Sacyr Infrastructures

17/11/2020

Through our Italian subsidiary, SIS, we have undertaken a project to modernize and repair a 31 km section of the old Salerno-Reggio Calabria road. This project, with a budget of 815 million euros, has turned this section of the highway into a world class toll road. 

The section runs between the Calore Viaduct (km 108) and the Lauria Nord exit (km 139), a mountainous area with a complex orography, which involved building 36 new viaducts, 13 double tunnels with a tube length of 15.3 km, 8 double false tunnels, 2.2 km in total length, and 3 new slip lanes.

815

MILLION EUROS

Total investment in the project 

31

KILOMETERS

Total length of the section 

15.3

KILOMETERS

Natural galleries

A challenge successfully completed

We love a challenge, and the Salerno-Reggio Calabria toll road brought plenty of them. The new viaducts run for a total length of 13 km. The most exceptional viaducts include: Albanese (222 meters), Secco (324 meters), Noce (498 meters), San Francesco (502 meters) and Serra (235 meters with a maximum height of 125 meters). As for the tunnels, four of them represented a particular challenge in terms of geotechnical difficulty: Casalbuono (1,745 meters long), Renazza (1,190 meters), Sirino (782 meters) and Naturalle 1 (630 meters).

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Italy
  • Concessions

The Pedemontana-Veneta Toll Road: a strategic asset in Italy

We are improving connections in the Veneto region with a planned investment of 2.6 billion euros
Italy  Pedemontana Veneta

Italy  Pedemontana Veneta

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Italy

Sacyr Concessions

10/11/2020

The Pedemontana-Veneta toll road is one of the most important infrastructure projects in Italy. It is also one of the biggest projects in our portfolio there, with a planned investment of 2.6 billion euros. 
The company Superstrada Pedemontana Veneta is in charge of designing, building, financing, running, and maintaining the toll road for a period of 39 years following completion of construction. 
This project involves building 162 km of road. 94 km of the main road that will link 34 municipalities and the industrial area of Vicenza and Treviso. The remaining 68 km are for secondary access roads. This road will also include two tunnels - the Malo tunnel (6 km) and the S. Urbano tunnel (1.5 km) - and eight viaducts. 
The infrastructure guarantees the high demand for mobility in the most industrialized area of the Veneto region, with close to half a million companies and 4.9 million inhabitants. 

2.6

BILLION EUROS

Total investment in the project

162

KILOMETERS

Newly built road

7.5

KILOMETERS

Tunnels 

A record-breaking road

The Pedemontana-Veneta toll road is part of the European TEN-T network. It is considered a nationally significant strategic asset on account of its location between the existing A4 and A27 toll roads, crossing the Veneto Region and passing through the provinces of Vicenza and Treviso. The construction of this toll road was financed by means of the largest bond issue in Europe for a greenfield project, to the tune of 1.571 billion euros. The issue has been awarded four international prizes.

Pedemontana-Veneta (Italy)

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Italy
  • Concessions

Túnel de Occidente: we are improving connectivity between Medellín and the rest of the country

This complex infrastructure improves the road network in this area and increases safety and comfort for users
Autopista al Mar

Autopista al Mar

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Colombia

Sacyr Concessions

19/10/2020

The Autopista al Mar 1 project and the second tunnel tube for the Túnel de Occidente, executed by Desarrollo Vial al Mar Devimar, improves connections between the city of Medellín and the West and South West of Antioquia. It also bridges the distance between the department’s administrative capital and the ports of Urabá in Antioquia.

This road is 181 km long. The project involves building 33 km of dual carriageway, building the second tunnel tube for the Túnel de Occidente, 4.6 km long, running parallel to the existing one; repairing 76 km of road; and building 45 vehicular bridges.  This project fulfills one of our most important objectives: to improve quality of life for people through infrastructures. 

181

KILOMETERS

Total length

33

KILOMETERS

Dual carriageway

713

MILLION DOLLARS 

Financial close

We are generating a positive impact in the region 

With the Autopista al Mar 1 project, we have created more than 3,200 direct and indirect jobs. We have also implemented and executed social and environmental management programs and projects with a view to strengthening relations with communities in the region whilst improving their quality of life.  

Second tunnel tube in the Túnel de Occidente

With this project, we have connected the two sides of one of the most emblematic parts in the Autopista al Mar 1 project in Colombia. Over the course of two years, 241 people worked 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to achieve this strategic connection between the cities of Medellin and Santa Fe in Antioquia. During the execution of the work, we faced many technical and organizational challenges.

The state of emergency generated by the Covid-19 pandemic has been an added difficulty, which our team has managed to successfully overcome. At Sacyr, we overcome challenges through our experience and energy; nothing stops us. 

4.6

KILOMETERS 

Total length

90

M2

section

Learn about the process of boring the Western Tunnel (Túnel de Occidente) (in Spanish). 

  • Autopistas
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Colombia
  • Concessions

Rumichaca-Pasto: the most important infrastructure project in the south of Colombia

This project improves mobility and competitiveness in the country
Rumichaca Pasto

Rumichaca Pasto

  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Colombia

Sacyr Concessions

02/11/2020

Vial Unión del Sur is the company responsible for the P3 project 4G Rumichaca-Pasto, in the department of Nariño, in southern Colombia. This mega road infrastructure will offer a modern and effective solution to border mobility between Ecuador and Colombia.

This project, which includes the operation and maintenance of the road corridor, will improve the competitiveness of the country as a whole. It will also improve the connectivity of the region and promote the economic and social development of communities living in the seven municipalities in this area: El Contadero, Iles, Imués, Tangua, Yacuanquer and Pasto.  

83

KILOMETERS

Total length

78

KILOMETERS

Dual carriageway

575

MILLION DOLLARS

Financial close

A project with demanding technical specifications 

The project involves repairing 15.7 km of road between Rumichaca and the village of San Juan in Ipiales; rebuilding 62.1 km of dual carriageway between the villages of San Juan and Catambuco (25 km of new dual carriageway between San Juan and Pilcuán Viejo); and improving a 5.2 Km  section between Catambuco and Pasto.

There will also be 2 pedestrian bridges, 7 vehicular bridges, and 12 turnaround junctions. This complex and highly significant project will improve travel times and increase road safety and comfort.  

We are creating jobs in the region

The execution of the Rumichaca-Pasto project has had a very positive impact on neighboring communities. We have become the largest generator of employment in the department of Nariño, recruiting over 4,200 people, 80% of whom come from the region itself.   

  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Transport infrastructure
  • Colombia
  • Transport infrastructures

Pumarejo bridge, the ‘Colossus of the Caribbean’

Spanning a length of 2,173 meters with a 38.1 meter deck, it is one of the most emblematic infrastructures in Latin America.
Puente pumarejo

Pumarejo bridge

  • Bridges
  • Engineering and Infrastructure Sacyr
  • Colombia

Sacyr Engineering & Infrastructures

15/09/2020

The Pumarejo Bridge (Barranquilla, Colombia) is one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in Colombia, a major reference in terms of its innovation, design, and safety. At 2,173 meters in length with a 38.1 meter deck, the widest in Latin America, this bridge is a real challenge in terms of engineering. 

Which is why we used the most advanced building techniques to tackle this challenge. It was the first time that some of these technologies, such as the self-launching formwork used to build the deck, had been used in Colombia. 

This project, launched by Colombia’s national road institute, Invias, executed by Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras, and completed in 2019, has improved the navigability of the Magdalena River, allowing larger ships to pass beneath it. Thanks to this project, vessels up to 45 meters high can now pass beneath the bridge, and the length of the main cable-stayed span is 380 meters.

Pumarejo is one of the longest bridges of its kind in Colombia. It is a two-way bridge, with three lanes in each direction, 1 km of viaducts and access points, 3.2 km of pedestrian walkways, and a further 3.2 km of cycle lanes. A titanic feat of engineering that looks ahead to the future. 

2,173

METERS

Length of the main bridge

38.1

METERS

Maximum section width

133.5

METERS

Height of the pylons

Infrastructure that improves the lives of people 

The Pumarejo Bridge has not only improved Colombia’s road connections, it has also generated a positive impact on the development of the country and the quality of life of its citizens. 

Over the course of this four-year project, 5,600 jobs have been created. At the peak of activity, there were 1,500 people working on this project, 80% of whom were from the region itself. Engineers, welders, machinery operators, framers, metal workers, site managers.

All the workers involved with this project have brought their expertise, hard work and enthusiasm to this extremely technical and highly symbolic feat of engineering. 

Workers on the Pumarejo bridge discuss this behemoth (in Spanish). 

  • Bridges
  • Engineering and Infrastructure Sacyr
  • Colombia
  • Concessions

N-6: the strategic route to Dublin

We have been managing this road since 2009. The N-6 carries more than 14,000 vehicles every day 
N-6 Ireland

N-6 Ireland

  • Infraestructures
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Highway
  • Ireland

Sacyr Concessions

10/08/2020

In 2007, Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras carried out the construction work for the N-6 toll road, which stretches over 57.6 km. The project included the design, construction, finance, running, and maintenance of the toll road, which opened in 2019.

It achieved three major goals: alleviating traffic on the old road, increasing safety levels, and reducing journey times. Thanks to the efficiency achieved in the construction and management stages, journey times have been reduced by almost 40 minutes. 

The new road has two lanes in both directions and links the towns of Galway and Ballinasloe, in the north west of Ireland, covering a route with high levels of traffic.

14,000

VEHICLES

Travel along this route every day

56

KILOMETERS

Of roads built

324

MILLION EUROS

Total investment in the project

Project detail

The 56 km of toll road were completed along with 7 km of conventional road and the following structures:
  • 16 underpasses
  • 23 overpasses
  • 3 structures over the railway, a pedestrian walkway
  • 4 double roundabout slip lanes
  • 2 structures over a river
  • 1 viaduct over the river Suck, in the town of Ballinasloe
  • Infraestructures
  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Highway
  • Ireland
  • Integral Water Cycle

Águilas-Guadalentín Desalination Plant: quality water for high yield agriculture

This efficient and sustainable facility produces desalinated water for the provinces of Alicante, Murcia, and Almeria.
Desaladora Águilas Guadalentín

Águilas-Guadalentín Desalination Plant

  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Desalination plant
  • Spain

Sacyr Concessions

11/08/2020

We designed, built, and since 2011 have run the desalination plant in Águilas, Murcia, the second largest in the world. This inverse osmosis desalination facility can produce 210,000 m3 of water a day, using sustainable, eco-efficient systems. It produces desalinated water for high yield agriculture in the provinces of Alicante, Murcia and Almeria, with the capacity to irrigate approximately 16,000 hectares.

The plant incorporates important distribution and pumping systems so the water can reach different users. It also features advanced systems for the diffusion and dissolution of brine in the sea, helping to protect the environment.

The treatment process spans four phases: pre-treatment by means of double filtration (gravity and pressure), double pass reverse osmosis to eliminate boron; recovery of energy using isobaric chambers; remineralization.

210,000

CUBIC METERS

Water a day

16,000

HECTARES

Agricultural land irrigated

268

MILLION EUROS

Invested

  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Desalination plant
  • Spain
  • Transport infrastructures

Sants-Sagrera: the longest urban tunnel in Europe

We are executing the most complex underground section of the High Speed Railway (LAV) that links Madrid to the French border
Sants-Sagrera Tunnel

Sants-Sagrera Tunnel

  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Railway infrastructures
  • Spain

Infrastructures

08/11/2020

The tunnel that runs between the railway stations of Sants and La Sagrera in Barcelona is one of our proudest achievements. The tunnel is 5.6 km long and runs underneath the neighborhood of Eixample.

In order to protect the historic buildings of La Pedrera, the Sagrada Familia church, and the Torre del Fang, we had to implement major safety measures such as ground consolidation and reinforced concrete screens. In fact, this project is a leading example in terms of the building techniques and protection measures utilized.

To carry out these works, a 11.5 meter diameter tunnel was excavated by means of EPB using Barcino tunneling equipment. We also built a tunnel between two 400 meter screens at the start and another 410 meter screen at the end of the section. .

5.6

KILOMETERS

Total length

236

MILLION EUROS

Total construction budget

11.5

METERS

Diameter excavated using the Barcino tunneling equipment

  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Railway infrastructures
  • Spain
  • Infrastructures

Torre Sacyr: we are changing the Madrid skyline

We built the most complex tower in the Cuatro Torres district, which houses a hotel and offices
Torre Sacyr

Torre Sacyr

  • Edification
  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Spain

Infrastructures

07/09/2020

At a staggering 236 meters, it is the third tallest skyscraper in Spain and one of the 200 tallest buildings in the world. The Torre Sacyr building, located in the Cuatro Torres Business Area in Madrid, was designed and built in accordance with stringent sustainability and eco-efficiency criteria. Its ventilated double-skin facade allows for major energy savings to be made and facilitates maintenance tasks without interfering with the work going on in the office spaces.

The building - standing 64 storeys high, with 6 below ground and 58 above - has two uses: hotel (up to the 34th floor) and offices. This characteristic posed additional challenges during the construction process, since different installations were required on different floors depending on their use (electricity, gas, telecomms, fire safety and sanitation, among other aspects).

236

METERS

Total building height

350

MILLION EUROS

Investment in the project

120,000

SQUARE METERS

Built area

  • Edification
  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Spain
  • Transport infrastructures

Fortaleza Metro: we are strengthening our experience in railway infrastructures

We are constructing the Eastern Line in the city's metropolitan rail network, a project with a 355 million euro budget running over 48 months.
Metro Fortaleza

Metro Fortaleza

  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Railway infrastructures
  • Brazil

Sacyr Infrastructures

14/10/2020

Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras, working as part of a consortium with the Brazilian building firm Ferrera Guede, is building phase 1 of the Eastern Metro Line in Fortaleza. This is one of the most popular cities in Brazil with tourists, carrying around 150,000 passengers a day. 

The work includes laying the track from the Tirol-Moura Brasil station to the rail yard, located after Papicú station. 

The project encompasses 7.3 km of tunnels, 6 km of which will be excavated using tunneling machinery. It also includes five underground stations (Tirol, Central Chico da Silva, Colegio Militar, Nunes Valente and Papicú) and one overground station (Tirol-Moura Brasil). 

150,000

PASSENGERS  

a day  

5  

STATIONS

Under construction

355

MILLION EUROS

invested

Team

With this project, we are looking to promote mobility in the city but also to contribute to its economic and social development. A total of 600 people are currently working on this major construction project, which will improve connections for one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. At Sacyr, not only do we build the best infrastructure; we also strive to improve people’s quality of life 

600

PEOPLE

Involved in the project

  • Sacyr Infrastructures
  • Railway infrastructures
  • Brazil
  • Transport infrastructures

Sao Paulo metro: improving mobility in one of the world’s most populated cities

Construimos ocho nuevas estaciones y mejoramos un servicio que beneficiará a 377.000 pasajeros al día
Metro San Paulo

Metro San Paulo

  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Railway infrastructures
  • Brazil

Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras

18/11/2020

Nuestro compromiso con la movilidad urbana en Brasil pasa por la construcción de uno de los suburbanos con más movimiento del planeta. Sacyr Ingeniería e Infraestructuras se encarga actualmente de la ampliación en 8,3 kilómetros y ocho estaciones de la Línea 2 del Metro de Sao Paulo. Un servicio que tendrá conexión directa con las líneas 3- Roja, 11-Coral (CPTM) y 15-Plata.

Esta línea, también conocida como línea verde, entre Vila Prudente y Dutra, cuenta con 7,3 kilómetros de longitud. La construimos para la compañía del Metropolitano de Sâo Paulo por un importe de 443 millones de euros y en un plazo de 69 meses.

8,3

KILÓMETROS

Longitud de los tramos en construcción

8

En construcción

ESTACIONES

377.000

PASAJEROS

Al día una vez terminada la ampliación

Túneles, pozos de ventilación y estaciones

El contrato incluye la construcción de un túnel de vía doble de 7,8 kilómetros de longitud y 11,7 metros de diámetro con tuneladora EPB. También incluye un conjunto de túneles de 1,8 kilómetros de longitud para el estacionamiento de convoyes que se ejecutarán por el método austriaco. En el marco de este mismo proyecto, está prevista la construcción de la estación de Vila Formosa y terminal de autobuses y el complejo Rapadura con base para mantenimiento y estacionamiento de trenes, cinco pozos de ventilación con diámetros entre 12 y 15 metros y superestructura de vía en placa. 

  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Railway infrastructures
  • Brazil
  • Integral Water Cycle

NAIS: a plan to strengthen agricultural industry in Australia

We built the first stage of the North Adelaide Irrigation Scheme.

North Adelaide Irrigation Scheme

  • Sacyr Concessions
  • Australia

This infrastructure will provide a large-scale transfer network thanks to a new plant that will reuse treated waters, a main network, pumping stations, underwater and tank storage, and, finally, a distribution network used for horticultural production.

The project includes the installation of 29 km of underground pipes, creating 150 direct jobs in Adelaide. This project will contribute to the development of up to 300 hectares of land dedicated to export agriculture.

578

MILLION AUD

Brought to the economy every year

3,700

JOBS

Created, both direct and indirect

29

KILOMETERS

of underground pipes 

We are promoting the region’s economy 

With this infrastructure, we are strengthening the farming industry in the region. Thanks to NAIS, water can be used for horticulture, flower farming, fruit and walnut trees, table and wine grape growing, various valuable crops, poultry farming, and other intensive livestock and fish farming activities. 

With this project, we are bringing 578 million Australian Dollars into the economy each year and creating 3,700 direct and direct jobs. 

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