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30/09/2020
SENER, the leading urban transport engineering company in Mexico
The engineering and technology group SENER, with Catalan headquarters in Barcelona Synchrotron Park, has been developing engineering and technology projects in the areas of Infrastructure in Mexico since 2006, with numerous contracts in urban and railway transport systems, as well as various works in intelligent transport systems on roads throughout the country and, at the same time, with a notable portfolio of projects in the Energy sector.

This September the new line 3 of the Guadalajara metro (press release) was inaugurated in this country, considered to be one of the most modern in the world. This project was developed entirely by SENER, from the pre-feasibility study to the detailed design of the line and the project management during the construction phase.

On the other hand, this same month, the SENER group has signed a contract, won through a national public tender, to carry out the technical studies for the Monterrey suburban train (note release) that will combine passenger and freight transport. SENER will carry out both field work (geometric and topographical surveys, hydrological, geological, geotechnical and environmental feasibility studies, etc.) and the preliminary project (general description and mixed mode railway engineering).

These two projects, together with others previously carried out by SENER, such as the Toluca-Mexico City passenger train or the Mayan train, confirm SENER as the leading urban transport engineering company in Mexico.
 

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