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(Técnica y Proyectos, S.A.)

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Postal address La Gomera, 9
E-28703 San Sebastián de los Reyes. Madrid. Spain
Telephone +34 91 722 73 00 Fax +34 91 651 75 88 E-mail Web
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Management team

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer: Pablo Bueno Tomás. CEO: Julio Grande Flórez. Global Director - International Coordination: Pedro Gómez Prad. Global Director - Transport Infrastructure: Rafael Moran Soto. Head of Railway Engineering: Aitor Ezquerra Boado.

Activity Engineering, Architecture and Consulting Services for Urban and Interurban Rail Transport.

Main products and services

Economic and transport studies. Environmental impact assessment. Preliminary design and feasibility studies. Detailed design. Tender support services (studies and designs). Construction supervision services. Project and construction management. Land acquisition management. Right-of-way. Operation and maintenance support services. Technical reports. Concession and PPP studies.


Top products: ENGINEEERING AND CONSULTING: 1. Maya Train. 2. Toronto LRT.


Activities by year

In the Middle East, TYPSA continues to provide services in Saudi Arabia to Saudi Arabia Railways (SAR) supervising the new Jubail – Damman railway lines, the Jubail Internal Rail Network and the North Border Line, all of which form part of the Saudi Arabian railway network expansion plans. In Israel, we are working on projects on the northern section of the Brown Line and on a section of the Blue Line on the Light Metro network, in Jerusalem.

In Africa, TYSPA is conducting studies for the rehabilitation and upgrade of the Dakar - Bamako Railway between Senegal and Mali.

In North America, in Canada, we are providing design and supervision services for the construction of the tunnels in the Eglinton Crosstown West LRT extension in Toronto. In USA, we are working on the tender designs for the design, construction and maintenance over a period of 30 years of the High-Speed Railway line track and systems between San Jose and Bakersfield, California.

In Latin America, work continued on the detailed designs for metro lines 2 and 4 in Lima, Peru. In Mexico, TYPSA has worked on the Tren Maya project providing technical advisory services for the entire design and providing construction and project management services on lines 1 to 5 that run throughout the Yucatan peninsula. In Brazil, we are overseeing the São Paulo Metro Line 6 (Orange) project.

In Europe, in Sweden, TYPSA is participating in the design of the Kungsträdgården to Nacka and Gullmarsplan section of the Stockholm metro extension, as well as in the tender design for the rail section between Jakobshyttan and Degerön on the conventional Hallsberg-Degerön mixed traffic line. In the United Kingdom, work continues on the design of sections S1 and S2 of the HS2 high speed line between London and Birmingham, awarded to the consortium that includes TYPSA. In addition, TYPSA is participating in the Lot 3 preliminary design for the Birmingham to Manchester and Leeds extension. In Portugal, design work has continued on the new Evora-Elvas line, on the Covilha-Guarda section upgrade, and on the railway infrastructure adaptation works in Mato Miranda. In Belgium, we are working on the detailed design for the renovation of platforms at Boitsfort and Groenendaal commuter rail stations. In Croatia, studies for the upgrade and construction of a second track on the Dugo Selo-Novska railway line section continued. In Ireland, we are providing consulting services for the remodelling and expansion of the 20 km Kildare line in the Dublin area rapid transit network (DART). In Latvia, we are working to modernise and improve Riga Central Station to convert it into a multimodal hub within the city.

In Asia, in Kyrgyzstan we are working on the National Strategic Plan for Railways, the Feasibility Study for the new 200 km long railway line between Balykchy and Karankechenskoye and the upgrade of the existing 180 km long railway line between Bishkek and Balychy. In India, TYPSA is providing project and construction management services for the new Kanpur Metro and Agra Metro networks.  The scope includes a total of 62 km on 4 lines, with 57 stations and 4 depots. In Bangladesh, TYPSA is working on the feasibility study and preliminary design for the new underground metro in Dhaka. In Thailand, we are providing technical advisory services on the preliminary design of the new 220 km long high-speed rail line linking the three Bangkok airports (Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-Tapao).

In Australia, we continue working with Sydney Metro providing Independent Certifier services for the second phase of Sydney Metro City & Southwest, as well as the detailed design of the tunnels and underground stations in the Sidney Metro Central Tunnel package.

Ongoing works in Spain include the preliminary and detailed design of the Campo Grande High Speed Station in Valladolid; detailed design for tunnel and station infrastructure and superstructure renewal on Metro Valencia lines and the design of Line 10, as well as the construction supervision, and health and safety supervision and coordination on the Alicante-Rampa Amado Granell and Rampa Amado Granell-Nazaret sections. We are preparing detailed designs for the extension of freight train sidings up to a useful length of 750 m, at the stations on the León-Monforte de Lemos section of the Leon-A Coruña railway line and the detailed design for Lezo Intermodal Terminal in Gipuzkoa. TYPSA is providing Construction management support for 8 construction projects in the ETS (Euskal Trenbide Sarea - Basque Railways) network. We are delivering design review and construction supervision services for the remodelling of the Plaça d’Espanya transport interchange in Barcelona We continue providing construction supervision services in Bizkaia for the Elorrio - Elorrio section of the Vitoria - Bilbao - San Sebastian high speed line trackbed works. We continue with the analysis of impedance bonds in the Madrid Metro network. We are managing health and safety coordination for the maintenance and improvement works on the conventional railway network in ADIF’s north-east and east operations areas. Construction and commissioning support for the signalling, communications, energy and ATP (Automatic Train Protection) systems continues on the Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat line 9, in Alicante. We are conducting studies for the northern extension of Barcelona Metro line L1, working on the expansion of Malaga Metro Lines 1 and 2 preparing designs for the southern section of Seville Metro line 3.



Completed: *DI0808 TYPSA-BIM-PM-2021. Improvement and expansion of the construction and project management support platform; *DI0842 TYPSAFORMAT Generation of a database of elements and specifications according to international classification (Masterformat); *DI0825. LEAN-TY. Analysis of the implementation of Lean Methodology in TYPSA; *DI0840. GISLIBRE. Innovation in tools and methodologies for the management of geographic information systems; *DI0930 BIM-RAIDER. Study of the implementation of Augmented Reality Technology in the operation and maintenance phase focused on the characterisation and visualisation of underground urban service infrastructure.

Ongoing: *DI0808 TYPSA-BIM-PM-2022. New functionalities for the construction and project management multi-device support platform; *DI0814 PARACUS. Design and calculation parameterisation for recurring structures; *DI0816 SIMTRACC. New capabilities and methodological development of traction simulations in Railway Systems; *DI0872 CFD-CONFORT. Methodology for advanced computational fluid simulation (CFD) in air conditioning (comfort) and ventilation (integration in civil works); *DI0892 WLC. Monetary and environmental costs associated with the infrastructure construction and operation phases integrated in a collaborative environment supported by BIM methodology; *DI0922 CSI. Infrastructure sustainability certification. Development of phases to achieve the first international sustainability accreditation for a TYPSA Group infrastructure design; *DI0931 ACOM-SR. Advanced constitutive models for soils and rocks; *DI0935 SIMUTRANS. Optimisation of passenger flows in transport interchanges using microsimulation; *DI0937 AP-MI-C3D. Automation of various processes in the construction of BIM models of linear infrastructure; *DI0938 SIMOV. Combined development of pedestrian and vehicle mobility simulations; *DI0939 BE-ACCESS-VR. Virtual Reality applied to the evaluation of accessibility and emergency conditions with a demonstration project in a Metro station; *DI0941 AUTM.MFDI. Automation of processes in BIM model federation and clash detection; *DI0944 INFRAZERODT. Zero model. Digital models as starting data in infrastructure projects; *DI0946 ENHANCFRC. Characterisation and optimisation enhancements for the design of fibre-reinforced concrete elements in tunnels and underground works; *DI0851 CRC-HOLOBUILDER. Reality capture during construction with the Holobuilder tool.

Areas North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and Africa.

Certifications TYPSA has the following certifications:
Quality, Environment, OH&S, R&D and BIM: ISO 9001:2015 certified by AENOR. ISO 14001:2015 - Environmental Management, certified by AENOR, UNE 166002:2014 - R&D Management, certified by AENOR. TYPSA´s Occupational Health and Safety Management system is ISO 45001:2018 certified. TYPSA´s BIM Information Management System is ISO 19650 19650/ 2 certified. Its Anti-Bribery Management System is ISO 37001:2016 certified by AENOR.

Turnover 266.93 million Euro
No. of employees 2,974 (yearly average)
Share capital 2.4 million Euro
R&D Investment 2.1 million Euro
Results 28.94 million Euro
Equity 132.3 million Euro
Activities Engineering and consulting, Others.
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