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TEKIA and Railway Systems

Urban and long-distance railways are mass transit infrastructure and, as such, are regarded as a high-risk scenario. They are often complex, as in the case of subway lines with underground stations, tunnels from one station to another, train and passenger traffic, etc., all connected within a network, which makes it very easy for risk to spread from the original site of the incident. Emergency safety measures go beyond railway safety, and are constantly evolving thanks to the advances in technology.

At TEKIA, our experience in different urban and high-speed railways allows us to offer safety engineering solutions that cover everything, from designing the system to defining operations and emergency procedures.

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Railway Systems

Designing facility projects and adapting tunnels to current regulations.

Inspección y auditoría de sistemas existentes.

Sizing, operational design and commissioning of tunnel ventilation systems (algorithms, aerodynamic testing, hot gas testing).
Auditing existing systems.

Facility project design, tunnel adaptation to current regulations.



SOME RELEVANT PROJECTS

Supervised the drafting of the construction project, as well as the implementation of the power supply and fixed-line telecommunications systems and the protection and safety facilities, for the Xàtiva-Valencia section of the Mediterranean Corridor High-Speed Railway (AVE)
Drafted the safety facilities project for the Vitoria-Bilbao-San Sebastián (Mondragón-Eibar-Bergara junction) and Madrid-Galicia (Pedralba-Vilariño and Vilariño-Taboadela sections) High-Speed ​​Railway lines (AVE)
Drafted the Self-Protection Plans for the Madrid-Segovia-Valladolid, Córdoba-Málaga and Lérida-Barcelona High-Speed Railway lines (AVE), with frequent underground sections
Assessment of the ventilation and evacuation systems of the Quito Metro Line 1 stations using computer simulation
Technical assistance to engineering services in the study and design of the next generation of the Madrid METRO fare collection systems according 4.0 Station requirements
Ventilation tests in the underground sections of the Palma de Mallorca metropolitan line and the Palma de Mallorca-Sa Pobla railway line 0
Contrast by simulation of ventilation and evacuation in ADIF stations and in the Quito Metro