ACCIONA Construction is at the forefront in R&D+ and one of the leading construction companies in the world, using the latest techniques to carry out projects.
ACCIONA Construction covers the whole range of construction, from engineering to the performance of works and their later maintenance, and also the management of public works concessions, particularly in the field of transport and social infrastructures.
The organization has three specialized business units: 1) Bridges, Roads and Special Structures; 2) Railroads and Tunnels; and 3) Ports and Hydro, together with the areas of Engineering, Concessions and other businesses (Metal structures, Maintenance, Machinery…).
In an increasingly globalized and complex world, ACCIONA Construction is firmly committed to international consolidation and expansion as a key element in its growth and development strategy. Working in this direction, the company has developed and participated in some of the biggest works projects in the world over the last 50 years.
ACCIONA Construction's experience in building highways and expressways covers more than 5,000 kilometers of these roadways all over the world. A leader in construction and engineering solutions, ACCIONA Construction has also become a world benchmark company in the construction of all kinds of bridges and viaducts: footbridges and arched, suspension or hanging bridges in concrete, metal… or a combination of both.
ACCIONA Construction has more than 100 years’ experience in the construction of railroad infrastructure in hundreds of projects. It has designed and built more than 3,000 kilometers of lines, of which more than 1,200 km are high-speed. It has also participated in the construction of subway and tramway systems all over the world and has a long track record in underground works, where it stands out for its geotechnics research and the use of mechanical bores and ventilation systems, plus the definitive use of the tunneling machine as the safest boring method to reduce working times.
ACCIONA Construction has undertaken several maritime projects for public and private customers worldwide. It has built innumerable ports, dry docks and shipyards, quayside berths and canals, and a large number of leisure marinas. This makes it a key player in driving the international trade of passengers and goods.
ACCIONA Engineering has all of the know-how accumulated by the ACCIONA Group over more than 50 years. It is involved in all areas of civil and industrial engineering, architecture, consulting, innovation and the environment. It has undertaken projects in more than 60 countries in the last 5 years, and comprises the following specialised business units: Roads, Railways, Metros and Tramways, Airports, Infrastructure Management, Architecture and Urban Planning, Waterworks, Maritime Works, Industrial Projects, Installations, Environment, Structures, Geology and Geotechnics, Consulting and Monitoring and Surveillance.
With accumulated experience in 37 concessions, ACCIONA Construction is one of the main players in the private development of infrastructures in the world, both in terms of the number of projects and revenues earned.
ACCIONA Concessions undertakes the private development, design, construction, finance, management, operation and maintenance of infrastructures in the social area – universities and hospitals – and the field of transport: roads, railroads, ports and irrigation schemes.
42 km of highway between Vaudreil-Dorion and Châteauguay, Montreal, Canada. It has received a number of major concession-industry honors.
41 km motorway bypass north of the city of Toowoomba in the state of Queensland, Australia.
Consists of one of the country’s biggest-ever infrastructure projects, an energy project including a 1,100 MW hydroelectric power station.
The suburban section of the first metro line for the Ecuadorean capital is 22 km long and includes 13 new stations adding to the two already built by ACCIONA.
New port covers an area of 100 hectares on the outer El Ferrol estuary in A Coruña, Spain.
Legacy Way is a 4,600m tunnel connecting the Toowong Western highway and the Kelvin Grove ring road, in Brisbane.
The EPC contract includes design and construction of two twin tunnels of 8.75-meter interior diameter, drilled using 4 TBMs. Each tunnel is 18 km long.
It will be a vital element of Sydney’s public transport system, helping to ease traffic congestion.