Ineco is a Spanish infrastructure engineering and consultancy company providing services for the management of transport systems in the sectors of aviation, railway, roads, urban and sea transport and building.
In August 2016, Ineco won a tender for the planning and engineering of the tunnels in the Blue Line of the Jerusalem Light Rail. The Blue Line’s planned route passes from the Gilo settlement in southwest East Jerusalem through the city center to the Ramot settlement in northern East Jerusalem, connecting the Israeli settlement neighborhoods to one another and to West Jerusalem.
The estimated planning cost of the 2.5km tunnel section is NIS 100M.
Ineco is also participating in the design phase of the electrification of the railway cars of Israel Railways.
Chairman and CEO: Isaac Martín-Barbero
The company was founded in 1968. In 2010 it was merged with Tifsa.
Ineco is a state-owned trading company under the Ministry of Public Works through its shareholders: ENAIRE (45.85%), Adif Alta Velocidad (20.68%), Adif (20.69%) and Renfe (12.78%). The shareholding companies are all public companies responsible for the management of Spain’s transport system.
Ineco has two subsidiaries: Ineco do Brasil (Brazil) and Inecomex (Mexico).
It also has holdings in Tenemetro (10%), CEAVMM (1.5%) and in AIE Crida (16.67%).
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