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On Monday July 17, 2013, the Prince of Asturias, accompanied by the President of the Government and the Minister of Public Works, has made the first voyage of the new high speed line Madrid-Cuenca-Albacete-Alicante.

The new line will reduce the current travel time between Madrid and Alicante in over fifty minutes, maintaining a travel time of two hours and twenty minutes.

The Madrid-Cuenca-Albacete is in service since 2010. The line is now complete with the journey Albacete-Alicante, and GINPROSA has participation on the section of La Encina Junction.

La Encina Junction, in the vicinity of the town of La Encina, is the point of intersection of the Madrid to Alicante, Madrid to Valencia, and the Mediterranean Corridor railway lines in the section between Valencia and Alicante. It is triangular-shaped, with sides that are defined by the new Albacete-Alicante, Alicante-Valencia and Albacete-Valencia axis lines.

It is currently completed Albacete to Alicante inaugurated section, and the rest of the branches are at work, but the jobs are very advanced.

GINPROSA Ingeniería drafted the abovementioned Construction Project and is carrying out the works supervision and surveillance.

Project size


High-Speed line substructure. Track gauge 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (Standard gauge). Total: 8,907 miles of substructure for double track and 13,956 miles of substructure for single track.

•    Albacete – Alicante axis:              5.87 miles of double track. Vmax: 217 miles/h.

•    Valencia – Alicante axis:              3.03 miles of double track. Vmax: 137 miles/h.

•    Valencia – Alicante spur:             3.14 miles of single track. Vmax: 137 miles/h.

•    Alicante – Valencia spur:             2.91 miles of single track. Vmax: 137 miles/h.

•    Valencia – Albacete spur:            3.33 miles of single track. Vmax: 137 miles/h.

•    Albacete – Valencia spur:            4.57 miles of single track. Vmax: 137 miles/h.

Ground clearance:

•    Excavations:      10.26 million yd3

•    Fillers:               7.52 million yd3


•    8 high-speed railway viaducts

•    2 Iberian gauge railway viaducts.

•    12 overpasses (four of them are caissons driven under existing railway lines).

•    4 flyovers on the high-speed lines

•    10 underpasses.

•    2 rockfill retaining walls

About Us

GINPROSA was founded as a company in October 1990 by a group of highly experienced professionals from all disciplines of Civil Engineering. The firm has a staff of highly qualified engineers ideally suited to all of the activities undertaken by the company.

The principal services provided by GINPROSA  are: the development of Feasibility Studies, Engineering Reports, Preliminary and Detail Design Projects, Quality Control, On-site consultancy and the Supervision of construction works within the following sectors: Transport, Roads & highways, Railroads, Structures, Buildings, Masterplanning and Development, Water Supply and Waste Water infrastructures.

GINPROSA is an independent company with no links to financial groups or contractors, with its capital stock shared amongst the professionals of the company.

 GINPROSA’s head office is situated in calle José Echegaray, no. 18, 28232 LAS ROZAS (MADRID).  The over 2,000 m2 of office space is completely equipped with the most modern technological means for the efficient and effective production of all the business activities undertaken by the company. GINPROSA also has various offices distributed all over Spain.

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