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Transport infrastructures

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The Transport Infrastructures division carries out specialist projects in the following sectors:

  • Railways. Isolux Corsán is a specialist in the design and installation of overhead catenary systems, substations, remote power control, distributed control systems, signage, telecommunications and installations for stations, engine sheds and workshops for underground, high-speed and conventional trainsas well as trams.
  • Airports. Installs lighting for taxi-ing and take-off runways, illumination for parking aprons, construction and equipment of electrical plants and transformation stations, supply and overhead cabling for medium-voltage power, multi-service telecommunication networks, electromechanical installations in passenger terminals, etc. The division has experience in the end-to-end execution of the turnkey project for the largest private-sector airport in Spain.
  • Shipping. Installs electrical and mechanical systems for large merchant ships and special and ancillary vessels for the offshore oil drilling industry.

Isolux Corsán has awarded the contract for two traction substations on the Vigo-A Coruña section of the high-speed train track and finalised the works on the traction substations and the remote power control systems for the Madrid-Valencia high-speed train track and the first section of the overhead catenaries for the Barcelona-Figueres train track.

It also delivered the construction of the power plant for Palma Airport, the accesses to the South Terminal of the Del PratAirport (Barcelona) and the remodelling of the electrical power plant for Pamplona Airport.

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