Adif, the Spanish railway infrastructure manager, has awarded a contract to a consortium including Alstom to maintain the electrical traction systems of Spain’s high speed lines (over 2,300 km). The contract, worth €187.7 million, covers the maintenance of all the electrical traction systems (catenary lines, substations and associated systems) for the next ten years (2015-2014).
The maintenance works include the following high speed lines: Madrid-Sevilla, Córdoba-Málaga, La Sagra-Toledo, Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona-French frontier, Zaragoza-Tardienta & Vandellós-Tarragona, Madrid-Valencia, Albacete-Alicante, Madrid-Valladolid and Olmedo-Medina.
The consortium is formed by 7 companies (Alstom Transport, Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios, Elecnor, Electren, Inabensa, Sociedad Española de Montajes Industriales and Siemens). Alstom’s share in the contract is about 15%.