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Alstom wins Spanish high-speed contract

Posted on February 12, 2014

Alstom, in consortium with Isolux Corsán , was awarded a contract by Adif (Spanish railway infrastructure authority) for the design, construction and maintenance of the traction substation and catenary system for the new high-speed line linking La Robla with Pola de Tena.

Alstom’s scope includes the engineering and project management, as well as the supply of catenary system, 2x25kV traction substation and autotransformer stations including associated traction power control system. Alstom is responsible for the testing and the commissioning of the entire system. These activities will be managed by Alstom Spain.

The contract is worth approximately $38 million, with the share for Alstom is 50% of the value. The project is slated for completion in 2015.



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