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Railway Complexes and Workshops
Depots for treating railway rolling stock

More than 15 years’ experience

Comprehensive participation

International experience

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Maintenance is one of the most important factors of infrastructure. For this purpose, Spain has in its network several complexes and Depots for treating railway rolling stock. These activities require a major effort in a number of disciplines, combining and integrating civil work, building, railway work and industrial facilities.

Ineco has a great deal of experience in executing first and second level workshops for conventional and high speed trains in Spain and Europe. It also has multidisciplinary professionals at an advanced level in their careers in executing these.



Data Sheet
Location: Spain
Client: Renfe / Adif
Execution period: 2002 - To date
Market: Architecture

A long career

Since 2002, the company has participated in executing the majority of rail workshops in Spain, such as those of Santa Catalina and Cerro Negro (Madrid) Railway Complex or the Rail Workshops of Fuencarral (Madrid), Los Prados (Málaga) and Can Tunis (Barcelona), in which Ineco participated fully in executing the design, technical assistance and construction management.

All these activities consist in constructing top-quality workshops for short maintenance cycles (short stays primarily for preventive maintenance), executing high speed rolling stock and that of the new lines and services of high performance lines in our country.

Ineco has also worked on the enlargement of Santa Catalina Workshop (Santa Catalina II) and remodelling part of the Workshops of Villaverde (Madrid), as well as executing the design and construction management work for the “Centro Integral de Servicios Ferroviarios de Adif” (ADIF Integral Hub for Rail Services) at Bobadilla station (Málaga). This work includes first level workshop and laboratory facilities for ADIF’s future railway test ring.

It is worth highlighting the technical assistance work on execution works for the new Valladolid railway complex, the most notable project of which is Renfe’s new comprehensive maintenance base (B.M.I. in Spanish). This workshop was conceived and executed as a first and second level workshop, and is equipped such that any maintenance work can be executed including short maintenance cycles, large stops and the complete remodelling of rolling stock. The new Valladolid B.M.I. is one of the largest work bases for rolling stock in the world with a covered area in excess of 70,000 m2.

Ineco is also executing the rail workshop design for the Makkah-Medina high speed line in Saudi Arabia, a first level workshop, for short maintenance cycles.