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Postal address Head Office:
Almendralejo, 5
E–41019 Seville. Spain.
Telephone +34 954 99 93 20   Fax +34 954 99 92 00   Web  
Company data

Azvi Group companies:

Azvi, Traccion Rail, Manfevias, Ispalvia, Construcciones Urales, Cointer.

Management team

General Manager: Roberto Gallardo Fernández-Díez. Strategy Director: Juan Jesús García de Pablo. Civil Works Director: Carlos Puebla Montalvo. Railway Works Director: César Domínguez González-Seco. Building Department Director:  Pablo Reiter Fernández. Bid Manager: Rebeca Rodríguez. Technical Director: Juan Pérez Torres. Innovation Director: Domingo Perez. Latam Director: José María Martínez Benavente. Scandinavia Manager: José Manuel Fernández Torres.

Activity Railways and civil works, logistics, railway transport, railway heavy machinery maintenance and railway electrification systems installation and maintenance.

Main products and services

Throughout more than 100 years of activity, Azvi has accumulated extensive experience, technical capacity and solvency to successfully execute all kind of railways and civil construction projects.
Azvi’s origins as a railway company have turned the company into a key player in the railway sector with extensive experience in the complete cycle of railway infrastructure: infrastructure, superstructure, electrification and signaling, assembly bases and maintenance works (preventive and corrective). In addition, Azvi has its own railway heavy machinery park and its approved workshop to maintain and repair it.
The company has played an important role in the development of High-Speed Railway in Spain, having worked on more than 490 km of different HSR lines, since works started in 1987 on the first line, which linked Madrid and Sevilla in 1992.
Besides HSR projects, also of note are the numerous conventional railway projects aimed at improving existing railway infrastructures.
Azvi also has extensive experience in the execution of all types of infrastructure associated with the railway.


Top products: TRACK: 1. Sleepers factory in Mexico. ROLLING STOCK: 2. Rolling Stock Maintenance Centre. ELECTRIFICATION: 3. Ispalvia.


Activities by year

Railway projects: 
-    Tren Maya. Section 3: Clakini-Izamal, Mexico.
-    Tren Maya. Section 5 Sur B: track assembly, México
-    Tren Maya. Workshops and garages construction, México.
-    Tren Maya. Sleepers factory construction and operation, México.
-    Isthmus of Tehuantepec Railway. Line K. Section: Ixtepec-Ciudad Hidalgo, México.
-    Isthmus of Tehuantepec Railway. Line Z. Section: Puerto Salina-Medias Aguas, México.
-    Chamartín Railway Station. Iberian gauge track and platforms upgrade. Spain.
-    Chamartín Railway Station. Station extension, platforms and UIC track bed, Spain.
-    HSR Madrid-Sevilla. Infrastructure upgrade. Section: Guadalmez-Córdoba. Spain.
-    Zafra-Huelva Railway Line. Infrastructure and track upgrade. Section: Calañas-Peguerillas. Spain.
-    HSR Madrid-Extremadura. Section: San Rafael-Cuarto de la Jara. Spain.
-    HSR Plasencia-Badajoz. Infrastructure, Track and Turnout Maintenance. Mérida and Cáceres Bases.
-    HSR Lines. Infrastructure, Track and Turnout Maintenance: HSR Madrid-Sevilla; HSR Córdoba-Málaga; HSR Madrid-Brihuega (Brihuega and Calatayud Bases). Spain.
-    Valencia Commuter Network. Section: Pobla LLarga-Silla. Infrastructure, superstructure and electrification upgrading. Spain.
-    Conventional Railway Lines: Infrastructures, Track and Incidence Treatment Plan. Lot F.3 and Lot D.2. Spain.
-    South and West railway zone (Oslo y Østfold) and Flåmsbana railway line preventive and corrective maintenance, Norway.
-    Old Ulriken railway tunnel rehabilitation, Norway.
-    Arna-Bergen railway project. Section: Arna-Fløen. Track and installations. Norway.
-    Northern Line rehabilitation. Section: Ovar-Gaia. Portugal.
-    Northern line. Track, catenary and traction current return works. Section: Pampilhosa-Gaia. Portugal.


Areas Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Norway, Paraguay, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Spain, USA and Uruguay.

Certifications Implemented and certified by Aenor Management Systems for BIM (ISO 19650 parts 1 and 2), Quality (ISO 9001), Environment (ISO 14001), Occupational Health and Safety (ISO 45001), Anti-bribery (ISO 37001) and Criminal Compliance (UNE 19601).

Turnover 995.1 million Euro
No. of employees 6,812
R&D Investment 1.5 million Euro
Activities Infraestructure, Maintenance, Operators, Others.
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