Work to be undertaken by the group’s rail division involves installing signalling and communications, including track circuits, train protection systems and the line’s traffic control centre as well as a three-year maintenance deal.
The contract was awarded to a consortium of Dimetronic, part of the Invensys Rail Group, and Thales by Spanish railway administrator ADIF.
Dimetronic will lead the consortium and will be directly responsible for the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the train protection system and the traffic control centre.
Invensys, which has its headquarters in London. has sites in more than 60 countries and provides products and services for the rail transport, oil and gas, petrochemical and power generation markets.