Ongoing Maintenance and Upgrades
The growing frequency and tonnage of trains and the use of increasingly powerful equipment leads to faster wear and tear requiring more intensive maintenance and upgrades. Likewise, the rising demand necessitates ongoing development of the rail network.
The capacity of an infrastructure is linked to the quality of its facilities
All of this is occurring in a context where the evolution of railway safety requirements, combined with the need to build facilities in small spaces, particularly in tunnels, calls for innovative technical choices for the line (foundation raft) as well as for the catenary (fixed line). In parallel to this, environmental standards, both in terms of noise and energy, as well as financial constraints have an impact on the projects.
A focus on sustainability
With our integrated vision of railway engineering activities and our cross-cutting competencies, we operate at every level of railway engineering, including electricity supply, signalling and safety, as well as the centralised management of installations. We also focus on sustainability when it comes to project management.