ARGENTINA, CHILE

Bioceanico Aconcagua Corridor

Owner/Client:

Bioceanico Aconcagua S.A.

Cost of works:

USD $ 5,316 million

Period of Activity:

2008 - 2015

The Bioceanico Aconcagua Corridor is the ambitious project of transformation of an old track rail crossing the Andes Mountain Range constructed in 1910 into a modern, double-track railway line for transport of freight. Included in a wider development plan, the Port of Valparaiso on the Pacific side will connect with the Atlantic side. The Project is a PPP with a modular structure, to be implemented in subsequent stages according to demand needs. The line connects the city of Mendoza (Argentina) to Los Andes (Chile).

— Project Description:

This huge project concerns the new 205km-long railway line with a very long and deep Base Tunnel (52.5km) linking Chile to Argentina. The project foresees the realization of 2 large intermodal terminals with all facilities for different types of freight transport. The Base Tunnel is the main feature but the project also includes a large number of complementary civil works, such as 21km of short tunnels, 12.5km of bridges and viaducts as well as drainage works, landslide protections, walls, existing road diversions, etc. The railway line is equipped with 25kV A.C electric traction, and an advanced signalling system.

— Description of Services:

Feasibility Study, Preliminary Design and Basic Design.

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