• ACCIONA has extensive experience in airport works

ANA-Aeroportos de Portugal (Vinci Airports) has awarded ACCIONA a contract for the rehabilitation of the runway at Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport in Porto (Portugal), twelve kilometers north of the city center.

The works include the complete resurfacing of the wear layer of runway 17-35, interventions to reinforce the runway structure, adjustments to the runway strip’s geometry and to its Approach Lighting System (ALS), and the replacement the runway’s lighting systems with LEDs.

The contract also includes the renovation of the runway’s drainage system and the installation of civil infrastructure for the implementation of navigation equipment (ILS category II), which will allow operations in low visibility conditions. The contract is worth €50 million.

ACCIONA has extensive experience in airport works, such as the construction of Terminal 4 at Madrid’s Adolfo Suárez airport, the renovation of module A and the terminal at Son Sant Joan airport in Palma de Mallorca, the new runway at the Malaga airport, and the new terminal at the Alicante airport.

Abroad, ACCIONA’s most noteworthy projects include the runway at the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport in Australia, the control tower at the new Lima airport in Peru, and the expansion of Rome's Fiumicino Airport.



Portugal was one of ACCIONA's first international markets, where it has developed more than 70 projects in the last 25 years, including infrastructure works of all kinds, as well as the wind and photovoltaic power assets it owns.

ACCIONA participated in the construction of notable works in the country, such as the Alentejo Hospital in Évora, the Oriente station, the Infante Don Henrique bridge, the Olhão marina, and the Alqueva dam.

In the water sector, it has built more than thirty wastewater and drinking water treatment plants, such as the Ermidas Do Sado wastewater treatment plant in the Setúbal district, as well as the Companheira WWTP in Portimão and the Alcantarilha DWTP, both in the Algarve region.