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COMSA Corporación will participate in the extension of the Green and Yellow lines of the Lisbon Metro

COMSA Corporación strengthens its presence in Portugal with the award of the expansion project for the Green and Yellow lines of the Lisbon Metro, one of the most important works in the capital in recent years. Thus, COMSA -construction company-, COMSA Industrial -engineering- and FERGRUPO -subsidiary of the group in Portugal- will execute the works together with the company Zagope.

The award of the contract for 70 million euros is in response to the tender for Lot 4 for the completion of the extension of the two metro lines, which will be carried out consecutively to the development works of lots 1 and 2 for the construction of the Rato/Santos and Santos/Cais do Sodré sections, and lot 3, relating to the Campo-Grande viaducts.

The works contemplate the union of the Green and Yellow lines to form a circular line. COMSA Corporación and Zagope will build a new 1.9 km section between the Rato and Cais de Sodré stops -including track, catenary and systems-, two new stations (Estrela and Santos) and two new ventilation shafts. In addition, it will also carry out the adaptation at Cais de Sodré station, where a new vestibule will be built, and the shaft located next to Rato station.

Lisbon Metro, which celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, expects the circular line to enter service in 2024.


COMSA Corporación in Portugal

COMSA Corporación has had a stable presence in Portugal for more than 30 years through its subsidiary FERGRUPO. In the last year, the group has been awarded the electrification project of the Algarve railway line and continues to execute the renovation project of the Beira Alta line, in the Pampilhosa – Santa Comba Dão section, and the modernisation of the track and catenary of the Cascais line, one of the most used lines in the country.

The company also continues to make progress on the Mondego Metrobus section between Serpins and Alto de São João.

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