Some of Mafex’s members with engineering projects

IDOM has accumulated experience over more than 20 years, designing conventional, freight and high-speed rail projects

IDOM has accumulated experience over more than 20 years, designing conventional, freight and high-speed rail projects. During this time the firm has developed Feasibility Studies, Detailed Design and carried out the Supervision of Works of more than 7,000 km of railway lines in different countries all over the word.

IDOM is now the main design firm working on Rail Baltica. Currently, the firm is carrying out the design and supervision during the construction of 393 km. On top of that, IDOM, in alliance with the Mexican engineering company Dirac, develops the Executive Project of the Maya Train in its Section 1, over 200 km of railway infrastructure for freight and passengers. This project will link the towns of Palenque and Escárcega in the States of Chiapas and Campeche respectively, in the Yucatan Peninsula.

IDOM extensive experience worldwide

IDOM’s extensive experience worldwide, having developed 1,500 km of metro and urban transport; as well as the demonstrated capacity of their design teams make it a benchmark when it comes to facilitating urban connectivity in technologically demanding environments.

IDOM develops the Engineering Services Contract for the implementation of the MetroLink, the first metro line in Dublin, will link the north and south of the city along 26 km. Also, IDOM is designing a tram / LRT networks in Greater Copenhagen and the City of Odense, Denmark, a pioneering country in public transport.

The designs are sustainable, thanks to multidisciplinary teams, aware of the importance of technological evolution. Implementing collaborative methodologies such as BIM, for a collaborative and effective design.

 

TYPSA contributes to improving the quality of life in Dhaka through the design of the Metro network.

Dhaka is the sixth most populous city in the world, with 21 million people, and is expected to reach 28 million in 2030. To contribute to greener and more sustainable development, the consortium led by TYPSA has carried out the feasibility studies and is now designing the underground metro network that connects the main areas of Dhaka and its metropolitan area, with an approximate length of 90 km and a total capacity of 60,000 passengers per hour and direction.

TYPSA Technical Advisory to the Mayan Train in Mexico

TYPSA se ha ganado la confianza del Fondo Nacional para el Fomento del Turismo (FONATUR) para realizar una asesoría técnica para la estructuración del proyecto integral y la supervisión de la ingeniería básica para los 1.584 km de línea ferroviaria, organizados en siete tramos que unen los estados de Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatán y Quintana Roo con un total de 29 estaciones. El contrato incluye también la gestión integral del proyecto y construcción de los tramos 1 a 5.

 WSP Spain is committed to sustainable mobility to maintain its leadership in the international rail industry

Connecting rather than traversing. This is a concept that WSP Spain applies to all the transport infrastructures it designs. In the Middle East, through megaprojects such as the Etihad Rail or the Riyadh Metro. In Central America, where the Tren Maya will link Mexico’s main tourist centers and its rural areas, opening up opportunities for trade and social development. In California’s high-speed lines or those connecting Dallas and Houston. In Chile, where WSP Spain, together with INECO, has developed the new railway technical regulations. In the Nordic countries, through urban projects such as the extension of the ‘Blue line’ of the Stockholm Metro. Or in Eastern Europe, in infrastructures such as the new railway line that will connect Kicevo (Macedonia) with Albania.