Acciona and Azvi to build €130m high-speed rail link in southern Spain

A windmill in Torre Pacheco, Murcia (Steve Allen/Dreamstime)
A 60/40 joint venture between Spanish contractors Acciona and Azvi has landed a €130m contract to build an 18km high-speed rail link as part of the Murcia-to-Cartagena railway in Spain.

The duo will work on a section of track running from Riquelme to Torre Pacheco.

The work will include the construction of seven viaducts, 12 overpasses and one underpass, as well as the refurbishment of Balsicas-Mar Menor and Torre-Pacheco stations.

The project is being financed by the EU through the NextGenerationEU fund.

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