ACCIONA Construction has expertise in all areas of construction from engineering to construction to operations and maintenance.
By drawing on a wide range of international experience in large-scale transportation, infrastructure and facility projects, we manage public-private partnerships to ensure successful project delivery.
ACCIONA Construction specializes in three areas:
From tunnels to dry docks, ACCIONA Construction applies the best sustainable practices and principles to positively impact the environment and overall end-user experience.
Our broad construction footprint spanning five continents – including recent projects such as the Deep Lake Water Cooling System and the Windsor-Essex Parkway – has allowed ACCIONA Construction to become a global leader in sustainable development, infrastructure and construction services.
ACCIONA Construction's experience building highways and expressways covers more than 3,100 miles of roadways worldwide. 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, including concrete and metal footbridges and arched, suspension and hanging bridges.
ACCIONA Construction has more than 100 years’ experience in constructing railroad infrastructure across hundreds of projects. It has designed and built nearly 1,900 miles of lines, including more than 740 miles of high-speed rail. It has also participated in the construction of subway and tramway systems all over the world. ACCIONA Construction has a long track record in underground works, where it stands out for its geotechnics and the use of mechanical bores and ventilation systems, as well as definitive use of a tunneling machine, 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.
With accumulated experience in 34 public-private partnerships, ACCIONA Construction is a global leader in supporting private infrastructure development in terms of the number of projects and revenue earned.
ACCIONA undertakes the private development, design, construction, finance, management, operation and maintenance of social infrastructure, including universities and hospitals, as well as transportation, including roads, railroads, ports and irrigation systems.
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.
In September of 2008, ACCIONA was contracted by Quebec’s Ministry of Transport to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the new Autoroute 30 (A30 Express) toll road along Montreal’s south shore. The completed A30 was opened to traffic on December 2012.
Design and construction of the high-speed urban train in San Juan, running from Rio Bayamón via Centro Médico to Villa Nevarez and Hato Rey.
Canada's largest infrastructure project
The Windsor-Essex Parkway project is part of the proposed plan to connect Highway 401 in Ontario to Interstate 75 in Michigan, by way of a new Canadian inspection plaza and bridge crossing being constructed by the Federal Government in West Windsor.
The City of Toronto Deep Lake Water Cooling (DLWC) system is the world’s largest cooling solution of its kind. The system was built by ACCIONA Infrastructures to offer a sustainable, alternative source of air conditioning by using cold water from the depths of Lake Ontario to cool downtown Toronto office buildings.
The Southeast Stoney Trail Highway project comprises the construction of approximately 25 kilometres of a new, six lane divided freeway between 17 Avenue SE (Highway 1A) and the east side of the existing Macleod Trail interchange within the Department owned Transportation/Utility Corridor in the City of Calgary. The design life will be 75 years for structures. All designs will meet national and provincial design codes and technical standards.
The City of Edmonton wishes to undertake the replacement of the existing two lane Walterdale Bridge with a new three lane bridge. The new Walterdale is an innovate bridge with pedestrian facilities including a multi-use trail on the east side and a sidewalk on the west side.
The Royal Jubilee Hospital Patient Care Centre is ACCIONA Infrastructures’ first social infrastructure project in Canada. We are committed to bringing our global experience to deliver a first-class facility that will provide measurable benefits to the Victoria community through all stages of the project’s development.
ACCIONA Infrastructures brings more than a century of construction and infrastructure development experience to the Fort St. John Hospital and Residential Care Facility project.
ACCIONA Infrastructure was lead partner of the Transcity Joint Venture, for the design, construction, operate and 10 year maintenance of the $1.5 billion Legacy Way project, in Brisbane, Queensland.