EBS+, the European BIM Summit online, has a new sponsor that is a worldwide reference in transport engineering and technology. We are talking about Ineco, the public engineering company of the MITMA Group, with more than 50 years of experience in the design of integrated, innovative and cutting-edge technological solutions for the implementation of a safer and more sustainable mobility model.
Ineco has a workforce of over 3000 professionals who implement technically complex projects in more than fifty countries all around the world. The company’s turnover surpasses the €300 million mark.
In this way, Europe’s most important international online congress on Building Information Modelling (BIM), due to be held next November 19, signs up a new top-tier collaborator.
Ineco operates in all the transport and mobility sectors. Its expertise has brought it prestigious acknowledgement such as the Top Employer and the European Business Award.
It delivers integrated and innovative solutions in all the phases of transport development, from feasibility studies through to commissioning; it is an expert in ORAT, in the deployment and operating transition of airport infrastructures and it participates in the improvement of management, operating and maintenance processes once the projects are up and running.
Ineco is a ground breaker in the application of BIM
Ineco is a pioneer in the use of the BIM methodology in Spain. It has a team of experts dedicated to the application of BIM, taking the form of projects for stations, airports and other infrastructure the world over. It delivers solutions for all the life-cycle stages and assesses its clients in the implementation of BIM in the bidding, monitoring and training processes.
Ineco’s assistant director for BIM, Jorge Torrico, states that “the BIM methodology constitutes a genuine technological revolution for the production chain and building and infrastructure management. It enables us to build more efficiently and reduce costs collaboratively”.
Operating in all the transport and mobility sectors
Mobility. Ineco provides technical, financial and legal assessment in all the planning phases of all transport modes. In this way it helps administrations and companies to take decisions about infrastructures and services.
Railway transport. Ineco played an active role in the development of the Spanish high-speed railway network, being present in all the stages: planning, conceptual and building design, site oversight and operation and maintenance. Moreover, as an integrated engineering company, it can cover all the structural subsystems: infrastructure, energy, signalling, safety and security and rolling stock.
Roads. Ineco was involved in the modernisation of the Spanish road network and also designs and cooperates in the building of new roads. Its wealth of experience has enabled it to secure major international contracts, particularly in the rest of Europe and in Latin America.
Architecture. It delivers solutions ranging from integrated project management through to direction and assistance in technical questions related to railway buildings, facilities and workshops, to say nothing of the refurbishing of historic buildings.
Airports. It took part in the extension and modernisation of the entire Spanish airport network and also engages in very important activities in countries in the rest of Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Sustainability. Ineco has experts on biodiversity, noise and atmospheric pollution, climate change and carbon footprints, environmental impact, territorial planning, remote detection, GIS analysis and modelling. The objective is to minimise the impact of infrastructures on the territory and on society, protect biodiversity and reduce noise and atmospheric pollution.
Ports. It participates in seaport plans and projects, port accesses and maritime services, providing assessment to port authorities about the most viable options, support to management while also advocating efficient development of the sector, including logistical and functional integration.
Aviation. Ineco also delivers solutions for future air travel demands by defining and validating new operating and organisational concepts and air space design.
Urban development. In the domain of cities, it works on projects targeting the development of projects for fast and safe underground networks, the recovery of the light rail and the tram or the design of transport hubs that manage the movement of millions of people effectively.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Ineco works to optimise, through innovation, management, production, distribution, marketing and relations with clients and suppliers, thus generating new business models.
Quality projects all over the world
Some of the most relevant projects conducted with Ineco include:
- The integrated design of the new Terminal A of International Airport Schiphol in Amsterdam.
- Integration of the new railway systems for Sydney Trains.
- Assessment in the transformation of the Moynihan Train Hall in Penn Station in New York.
- Management of the Transport Infrastructures Programme of the Government of Costa Rica.
- Improvement of the infrastructure and air transport of the four International airports of Cabo Verde.
- A review of the flight procedures at the International Airport of Changi in Singapore, one of Asia’s most important.
The European BIM Summit is possible thanks to the contribution of our sponsors: Roca, as Main sponsor; Finalcad, as Gold sponsor; Agència Catalana de l’Aigua, ATL, Bentley, CIAT, FGC, MUSAAT, PREMAAT, Graphisoft Archicad, SIMBIM Solutions, Ineco and Suez as Silver sponsors; Calaf Constructora, Copisa, and Fundación Laboral de la Construcción, as Pro sponsors; and Master Builders Solutions, as Sustainability sponsor. It has also the support and the collaboration of the Departament de Territori i Sostenibilitat of the Generalitat de Catalunya.