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Engineering on the move


Engineering on the move


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P O L A N D MONTENEGRO BOSNIA

R E P U B L I C H U N G A R Y

HERZEGOVINA

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Italferr. All over the world since 1984

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From Italy to Europe

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Italferr. Worldwide global solutions for railway projects Italferr, the engineering company of Gruppo Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (the Italian State Railways Group), is a market leader in the provision of multi-disciplinary services and comprehensive designs in the railway sector. HIGH SPEED SYSTEMS

TECHNOLOGIES AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

A highly qualified staff of 1,300 provides a professional mix covering the whole range of company activities. Italferr’s Headquarters is in Rome. The Company has 25 offices in Italy and abroad, and has worked in more than 60 countries throughout all the continents.

C O N V E N T I O N A L R A I L WAY S

established in

1984

1,300 staff members 150 million euros of turnover LOGISTICS

10 branch offices 25 local offices active in

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TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT PLANS

TECHNICAL/ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDIES

The experience acquired in more than 25 years of specialised engineering services coupled with international know-how are the key drivers in the solution of complex problems related to a railway system, from conceptual design to operational start up. Customer satisfaction is our goal. Day after day Italferr’s engineering activities create a better and more environment friendly world. Italferr has a major railway group behind it, Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane, and has had the opportunity to work with governmental agencies, international organizations and private clients at the highest levels.

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

E N V I R O N M E N TA L I M PA C T A P P R A I S A L

TRANSPORT SYSTEM DESIGN

P R E L I M I N A RY A N D D E TA I L E D D E S I G N

COST ESTIMATES AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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Made in Italy engineering


Italferr is responsible for upgrading and renewing Italian railway lines. The company designs and supervises the works necessary for the modernisation of the conventional network according to the very latest technological and safety standards, and integrates them into the High Speed system.

TENDERS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

72 billion euros of investment managed in Italy

1,000 tenders awarded

WORKS MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION

500 on-going projects PRE-COMMISSIONING ASSISTANCE AND INSPECTION

services O R G A N I S AT I O N A N D M A N A G E M E N T S T U D I E S

T E C H N I C A L A S S I S TA N C E A N D T R A I N I N G

P R O J E C T F I N A N C I N G A S S I S TA N C E

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1,000 km of High Speed lines in operation

32 billion euros of investment 85 tunnels over

145 km long

234 bridges and viaducts over 516 km long

With the experience gained during the design and construction of Italy’s High Speed rail system, Italferr is able to successfully contribute to the development of High Speed railways anywhere in the world

Italferr for High Speed FEASIBILITY STUDY PRELIMINARY DESIGN P R E PA R AT I O N O F T E N D E R D O C U M E N T S MANAGEMENT OF PROCUREMENT PHASE 8

PROJECT MANAGEMENT R E V I E W O F D E TA I L E D D E S I G N SUPERVISION OF WORKS T E S T I N G A N D A S S I S TA N C E I N S TA R T- U P


Italferr has developed the entire design and construction cycle of Italy’s High Speed rail lines (from feasibility studies to entering into service), and it has managed the investment procedures in accordance with the regulations for the tendering and award of public works contracts.

High Speed ideas

Italferr undertakes the design, technical checking of design, and supervision of construction of new High Speed lines along the main railway lines in Italy: Milan-Rome-Naples and Turin-Milan-Venice routes that run respectively from North to South and from West to East of the country, and the link between Milan and Genoa harbour. Italy’s High Speed/High Capacity system extends over 1,000 km and it has been designed to the most advanced technological standards with speeds of not less than 300 km/h. The new lines carry mixed traffic comprising passenger and freight traffic and are being closely integrated with the conventional railway network.

High Speed rail maintenance plant at Naples during the overhaul of the last generation of the Italian Freccia Rossa High Speed trains. The bottom photo shows the bridge crossing the Milan-Bologna High Speed line and the A1 motorway near Reggio Emilia station. Italferr has supervised the design, prepared by architect Santiago Calatrava, and the construction of the bridge. The photo on the opposite page shows a panoramic view of the Cassino interconnection on the RomeNaples High Speed line, during its construction.

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High Speed records NEW MILAN-BOLOGNA HIGH SPEED LINE

The cable-stayed bridge over the River Po is one of the longest in the world in its category, with its free span of 192 metres. It holds the absolute record for cable-stayed High Speed railway bridges made of prestressed reinforced concrete. 10

400 m long 72 steel cables 2 towers

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NEW BOLOGNA-FLORENCE HIGH SPEED LINE

78.5 km line 73.3 km

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New Bologna-Florence High Speed line. Santerno viaduct, geological and geotechnical cross section

MAXIMUM SECURITY MAXIMUM SPEED THE LEADERSHIP O F I TA L I A N T E C H N O L O G Y

Details of the construction phases of one of the two artificial islands with an approximate area of 1,000 square meters, on which the support antennas were built

Italy’s new HS/HC railway lines are the first in Europe to adopt the Level 2 European Railway Traffic Management System/European Train Control System (E R T M S / E T C S ), an exclusive system designed and developed entirely in Italy for controlling rail traffic that ensures the highest level of technological innovation and safety. FS was the first in the world to adopt it, and in 2006 received the Best Paper Award from the World Congress on Railway Research. Adopted by the EU as standard for new High Speed networks, Level 2 E R T M S / E T C S eliminates the possibility of human error, ensuring continuous control over the train’s movement. This result is the highest degree of safety at the highest speeds, enabling a greater frequency of trains, which may run even only a few minutes apart from one another.

Italian High Speed rail has an ancient heart NEW ROME-NAPLES HIGH SPEED LINE An archaeological site was found every 500 meters along the first 200 km of the line. Each has been excavated and documented. Special measures were adopted for sites of particular importance, such as: variations on the rail project, extensive excavations beyond the expropriation zone, consolidation or partial or total restoration of the structures found, enhancement through ad hoc museum exhibitions and/or publications.

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Since the 1990s, Italferr

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has provided Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane with technical, design and construction solutions to implement investment

Italferr has designed and developed lines, stations, junctions and relative town planning to improve transport capacity, safety and mobility in metropolitan areas.

Adoption of technologically advanced systems Doubling of tracks Improvement of railway lines for regional and local traffic

plans for the

Electrification of sections of lines

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TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT PLANS

HIGH CAPACITY/HIGH SPEED SYSTEMS (LINES AND JUNCTIONS)

PRELIMINARY AND TECHNICAL/ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY STUDIES

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND SYSTEM DEFINITION

MAIN LINES

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT APPRAISAL

METRO AND URBAN TRANSPORT

PRELIMINARY AND DETAILED DESIGN

ROLLING STOCK MAINTENANCE DEPOTS/WORKSHOPS

COST ESTIMATES, TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND TENDER DOCUMENTS

RELEVANT CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURES (TUNNELS, BRIDGES, ETC.)

MAINTENANCE MANUALS AND SITE SAFETY PLANS

FREIGHT TERMINALS AND PASSENGER STATIONS

PROCUREMENT AND TENDER ASSISTANCE

OTHER TRANSPORT MODES

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONSTRUCTION WORKS MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION PRE-COMMISSIONING ASSISTANCE AND INSPECTION ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND TRAINING PROJECT FINANCING ASSISTANCE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PLANS


The conventional network in Italy is integrated with the High Speed system

In the photo above, St. Peter Basilica and the station of the metropolitan/regional railway line Rome-Viterbo. Below on the right, renderings of some new High Speed stations. From the top, outside and inside of Naples Afragola station (design by Zaha Hadid), outside and inside of Reggio Emilia station (design by Santiago Calatrava), Florence Belfiore station (design by Norman Foster), Rome Tiburtina station (design by ABDR Architetti Associati). On the left, the Microprocessor-based interlocking system of the Rome Termini station.

Separation of traffic flows (medium-long distance, regional and local passenger transport, freight transport) Integration between new High Speed lines and the existing network

Italferr has designed and developed a series of upgrading, modernisation and integration projects for the transport networks of the main Italian towns and cities. The design of the entry of the new High Speed lines into the metropolitan areas represented an opportunity to review the urban rail networks.

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M I C ROPROCESSORB A S E D I N T E R L O C K I N G S Y S T E M

Station traffic control and management system Italferr has implemented Europe’s largest microprocessor-based interlocking system at Rome Termini station. A U T O M A T I C T R A I N

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Protection train operation Italferr has developed the new ATCS that covers about 10,000 km of 16,000 italian railway network C O M M A N D C O N T R O L

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Manages rail traffic and complementary activities across entire areas: junctions and main lines Italferr has implemented this new microprocessor-based remote command and control system in the main stations of the Italian network. 13


The Turin-Lyon High Speed rail link is part of the greater

From Italy to Europe

“Corridor V” project for a continuous rail line from Kiev

T U R I N - LY O N H I G H S P E E D L I N E

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At a regional level, the new line will reduce pollution and will improve relations and exchanges between two important economic areas: Northern Italy (the plain of the River Po and the Northern Alps) and the Rhone valley in France.

it is an essential link in the development of a transEuropean rail network

The objective of the French and Italian states is to use this new link to produce a massive transfer of freight traffic from road to rail. This is all the more important in view of numerous projections which indicate that by the year 2015, the existing road and rail infrastructures will be saturated. Transferring road traffic to rail will allow an increase from the current 10 million tons of freight transported by rail per year to more than 40 million tons in 2030.

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Maddalena exploration tunnel Length: approx. 7,500 m

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The image is taken from the LTF 2010 brochure “Nouvelle liaison ferroviaire Lyon Turin”

Part of this new rail line will run in a 50 km sub-Alpine tunnel. The Turin-Lyon journey will take only 1 hour 45 minutes, compared to more than 4 hours today. Milan will be at about 4 hours from Paris instead of 7 hours. The link will be integrated into the French and Italian High Speed rail networks. Conceptual and preliminary design of the international section: coordination of the team project and design of civil works, equipment, operation and safety facilities Conceptual and preliminary design of the “rail motorway”

Italferr has supplied the company Lyon Turin Ferroviarie (LTF) with engineering services in the specialised areas of: Operation and Maintenance Safety Civil Works, Geotechnical and Environmental Engineering Railway-specific and other systems

and cost analysis of the service Detailed design of the international section: coordination of the team project and design of equipment, operation and maintenance facilities

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Italferr has carried out the feasibility study and the technical and environmental project for the La Maddalena geognostic tunnel.

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ST. PETERSBURG HELSINKI

STOCKHOLM

Towns with more than 1,000,000 inhabitants

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Towns with more than 3,000,000 inhabitants

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DUBLIN HULL

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GDANSK BREMEN

FELIXSTOWE

Priority project No. 1

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LONDON

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Motorways of the Sea Southern Europe

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Trans European Transport Network Italferr is one of the main players in the modernization and development of the railway lines and corridors which form part of the Trans

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Feasibility Study on the Development of Railway and Combined Transport on Corridor IV. Countries involved in the project: Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania. European Commission – PHARE Funds.

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Preliminary Designs for Turin-Lyon High Speed Line and Milan-Verona, Verona-Padua and Venice-Trieste High Speed Lines. Supervision of all Activities, from Design to Construction of Turin-Milan-Venice High Speed Line. Study on the Trieste-Budapest-Kiev Railway Corridor, Ukraine. Preliminary and Detailed Design of Hrvatski Leskovac-Karlovac Railway Line.

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Prefeasibility Study for Railway Connection from Ports of Bari and Brindisi

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( G E N O A - B A S L E - R O T T E R D A M - A N T W E R P ) Preliminary Design for Milan-Genoa-Third Crossing High Speed Line.

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Preliminary Design of Quadrupling the Fortezza-Verona Section. Supervision of all Activities, from Design to Construction, of Bologna-Florence and Rome-Naples High Speed Lines. Design and Supervision of Upgrading of Verona-Bologna Line. Feasibility Study of Naples-Reggio Calabria-Palermo High Speed Line.

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Feasibility Study for Multimodal Terminal of Tirana

BULGARIA

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Modernization of Sofia-Pernik-Radomir railway line

C R O AT I A

2012

Preliminary and Detailed Design of Hrvatski Leskovac-Karlovac Railway Line

2009

Corridor X Study

CZECH REPUBLIC

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Applying EU Directives on Railway Interoperability

FRANCE

2003

Verification of Final Design and Supervision of Construction for Implementing Train Running Control System in the Frejus Tunnel

HUNGARY

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Modernisation of the Mezotur-Gyoma Railway Line

MONTENEGRO

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Detailed Bar-Vrbnica Design

R OMANIA

2009

Development of a Quality and Environment Integrated Management System

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Supervision of Road and Railway Infrastructure Works to Provide Access to the Calafat-Vidin Bridge on the Danube

2007

Survey of Market Demand for Railway Passenger Services

2007

Feasibility Study and Design for the Modernization of 430 km of Railway Network on Corridor IV

SERBIA MONTENEGRO

2009

Rehabilitation of Belgrade-Bar Railway Line

SERBIA

2012

Railway Strategy and Action Plan

2010

System for the Analysis of Track Conditions

2008

National Transport Plan

2007

New Zezelj Bridge

SWITZERLAND

2014

Design and Work Supervision for Electric Traction, Environmental Feasibility Study for Chiasso Railway Station

TURKEY

2014

Istanbul Strait Sub-Sea Tunnel Project

2012

Feasibility, Preliminary and Detailed Design of Esenboga-Ankara Railway Line

2010

Consultancy Services for T C D D Freight Market Research

2007

Design and Tender Documents for Maintenance Plants at Ankara and Istanbul

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Chiasso Railway Station: Design and Work Supervision for Electric Traction, Environmental Feasibility Study In light of the upcoming opening of the new (Gothard and Ceneri) Trans-Alpine crossings, the FFS (Swiss Federal Railways) have launched a series of upgrading works to existing plants, which include: • replacement of the current Central Electronic Equipment (ACE) in Chiasso, involving modification of the PRG and the electricity supply systems; • increase of the capacity for sheltering rolling stock and work on platform systems at the Chiasso passenger station. As part of this project, Italferr has been appointed to develop: • final design of the 3 kV electric traction systems at Chiasso station, including an analysis of the step-up units used to take the voltage to 15 kV, a HV cabin that protects the contact line, and an electromagnetic compatibility study; • design of the SCMT (Train Operation Control System) for Chiasso junction and Chiasso passenger station;

• providing support especially for defining approval standards and procedures, according to Italian standards (for the Italian section); • drawing up an environmental feasibility study (general setting for the work and the context of the territory affected; analysis of planning tools, all constraints and problems, such as: archaeological risk, the presence of pollution or potentially polluted sites, noise/vibrations and electromagnetic fields), as well as general support activities.

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Preliminary and Detailed Design of Hrvatski Leskovac-Karlovac Railway Line Italferr was appointed by Croatian Railways (HŽ Infrastruktura) as designer of the interventions aimed at upgrading the Hrvatski LeskovacKarlovac railway section. The financing was guaranteed by IPA Fund and the main output is the preparation of the tender dossier for works and the application for EU financing. The project includes the doubling of the line and the modernization of the existing track along 30 km and the creation of a new double track railway line along 25 km, including the renewal of two stations and the construction of two new ones. The section is part of Corridor Vb, connecting port of Rijeka with Zagreb and Budapest.

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Feasibility Study and Design for the Modernisation of 430 km of Railway Network on Corridor IV Italferr is leader of the international joint venture providing technical assistance to the Romanian railways, to bring the following sections of Corridor IV up to European standards: Braşov-Sighişoara (130 km), Sighişoara-Coslariu (98 km), Coslariu-Simeria (68 km), Predeal-Braşov (26 km) and Craiova-Calafat (107 km).

The assignment was obtained by international bidding called by the National Railway Company (C F R ). The contract is 85% co-financed by the European Commission with the I S PA fund (structural support programme for countries entering the European Union) and 15% by Romanian Railways.

30 million euros

for design of Corridor IV in Romania

Review of the Feasibility Study for the Railway Line of the Town of Simeria on the Hungarian Border (Pan-European Corridor IV)

Development of a Quality and Environment Integrated Management System

In R O M A N I A Italferr has provided technical assistance for review of the feasibility study of the link for railway development and combined transport on a portion of the Pan-European Corridor IV going from the city of Simeria on the border with Hungary (185 km), with the aim of promoting sustainable mobility along Corridor IV (Dresden/Nuremberg-Prague-Vienna-Budapest/ Bucharest-Costance/Sofia-Istanbul). Italferr has also provided communications consultancy for organisation of the Public Consultations.

Italferr has provided technical assistance to the R O M A N I A N railways for development and implementation of the Quality and Environment Integrated Management System. This important assignment, financed by the World Bank, was obtained thanks to the high-level of know-how acquired by Italferr during application of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards

to large national and international railway infrastructure projects. The project required the application of the Integrated Management System to the following activities: Maintenance of Romanian railway lines and systems Modernisation and development of existing lines Assignment of train paths Railway company property assets management Training activities

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Modernisation of Sofia-Pernik-Radomir railway line Italferr, in association with NET Engineering and EQE, was entrusted by the BULGARIAN Railway Infrastructure Manager (NRIC) with the elaboration of detail zoning plan and technical design for modernization of rail section Sofia-Pernik-Radomir, part of the TEN-T network. The assignment includes revision and improvement of existing preliminary design including development of variants of route, evaluation of investment and operation costs for each variant and comparison through multi-criteria analysis, development of detailed design of selected variant and final detailed zoning plan. The selected alignment foresees three new tunnels for a total length of about 6 km of tunnels. 18


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National Transport Plan

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Italferr, as the leader of an international joint venture, has prepared the Serbian National Transport Plan on behalf of the European Agency for Reconstruction (E A R ). Italferr was responsible for defining the network development scenario for railway, road, airport and river infrastructures until 2025 on Serbian territory, considered to be the crossroads for Balkan transport, in as much as it is crossed by Corridor X (the axis between Germany-Austria and Greece-Turkey), Corridor VII (the Danube) and the Belgrade-Bar railway line. These activities in Serbia concerned the study of transport supply and demand, analysing existing infrastructure, developing a traffic model, drawing up a comprehensive transport programme, preparing an investment plan for infrastructure and maintenance, preparing tenders for feasibility studies and training technicians from the local Infrastructure Ministry.

Also in S E R B I A , Italferr prepared the conceptual design and the preliminary design for the new Zezelj steel bridge over the Danube, in the town of Novi Sad (to replace the old destroyed bridge) and prepared the tender documents necessary for awarding construction of the new road/rail bridge.

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Istanbul Strait Sub-Sea Tunnel Project Italferr, as member of an International JV, has been appointed by T U R K I S H Ministry of Transport (AYGM) to supervise the construction of the Eurasia Tunnel (Istanbul Strait Sub-Sea Tunnel) that will connect the European and Asian sides of Istanbul. The construction will facilitate the traffic flow in the city between Kazlıçe me and Göztepe, on a route with a total distance of 14.6 km including the two storey tunnel with a distance of 5,4 km crossing the sea base of Istanbul strait. Moreover, the Eurasian Tunnel Project covers the rehabilitation and extension of the existing roads at both sides of Istanbul, with a distance of 9,2 km in order to ensure the connection of the roads to the tunnel. The Eurasian Tunnel has been planned in connection with the two existing bridges passing the Istanbul strait. THE PROJECT CONSISTS OF THREE MAIN SECTIONS

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Construction of 5 U-Turn underpasses and seven overpasses as pedestrian bridge along the Kennedy Street that extends from Kazlıçe me to Sarayburnu. Section 1 with a total distance of approximately 5,4 km will be extended and will be increased from 3x2 lanes to 2x4 lanes.

Construction of a two storey tunnel having two lanes at each storey and a distance of 5,4 km including one toll booth and operation building at the west entrance and ventilation shafts at both ends of the tunnel (approximately 3,400 meters of the construction will be based on TBM-Mechanized and approximately 2,000 meters of the construction will be based on N AT M -Conventional by suing open-close method). The tunnel will be designed for use only by light vehicles. Passage of heavy vehicles (trucks, buses), two-wheeled vehicles (motorbike, bicycle) and pedestrians from the tunnel will not be permitted.

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Extension of the existing D100 motorway in Göztepe reaching to Ankara-Istanbul State Highway for an approximate distance of 3,8 km and increasing existing lanes of 2x3 and 2x4 to lanes of 2x4 and 2x5, including the two overcrossings, one overpass and three pedestrian bridges. 19


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Technical Assistance for Management of Railway Program Italferr provides technical assistance to A N E S R I F - Agence Nationale d’Études et de Suivi de la Réalisation des Investissements Ferroviaires (Agency for Management of Railway Infrastructure Investments) aimed at supporting all aspects of network planning, investment evaluation and infrastructural program implementation, railway design, specification of technical standards, tender support and supervision of works. The assistance will include personnel training. The five years program concerns construction of new lines (3,600 km); upgrading of existing lines (855 km); railway doubling (420 km); modernisation of signalling and telecommunication system; rehabilitation and construction of new stations; million upgrading of Algiers railway node.

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Construction of 4th Rocade of Algiers Italferr was appointed in 2016 by Condotte SpA as designer of lot n. 1 and 2 of the fourth ring road, between Hanacha and Berrouaghia (33 km). The motorway crosses the Medea provinces, passing south of Berrouaghia (at RN1), Bouira and M’Sila, passing by the cities of Sour El Ghouzlane and Sidi Aissa (south of Dirah, RN8), and it will end in Bordj Bou Arreridj region, at Est/West Highway zone. Italferr is responsible for the preliminary, detailed design and construction supervision.

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Consulting Services fot Migration to ETCS level 1 – on board and track side – on Alexandria-Cairo-Asyut Main Corridor Egyptian National Railways (ENR) has appointed Italferr for the development of Migration to ETCS level 1 – on board and track side – on Alexandria-Cairo-Asyut Main Corridor (550 km approximately). The scope of services includes: • preparation of general functional/technical specifications applicable to all operations for the most cost-effective migration of the current ATC system to ETCS level 1 on board and track side; • preparation of all changes needed in the ENR operational rule book in order to deal with the current ATC systems and ETCS level 1; • packaging and allotment of ETCS level 1 on board and track side migration on the Alexandria-Cairo-Asyut corridors, in a unique integrated bid and with a unique winner; • preparation of detailed functional/technical specifications; • preparation of bidding documents; • participation and assistance to ENR during the bidding procedure.

Work Supervision for Modernisation of Signalling Systems on the Benha-El Qantara and Zagazig-Abu-Kebir Corridors E G Y P T I A N railways has awarded Italferr the task of modernising the signalling system of two lines on Corridor 4 of the Egyptian infrastructure: Benha-Zagazig-El Ismalia-El Qantara and Zagazig-Abu-Kebir, for a total track length of 170 km. During the first phase Italferr has: • draft technical specifications for the new systems • prepare tender documents for the Design and Construction Contracts • assist the Customer during the tender procedure until appointing the General Contractor for implementing and putting the new system into operation. During the second phase, Italferr is acting as Supervisor TRIPOLI of the appointed General Contractor. BEIRUT

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Under the “Design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of safety and signalling systems between Casablanca and Tangier Mediterranean” agreement for the National Office of MOROCCO Railways (ONCF), Italferr, in consortium with Italcertifer, has been commissioned by Bombardier to carry out the external and independent verification of the safety and signalling systems design of the line consisting of two lots: Casablanca-Kenitra and Sidi Yahya-Ras R’Mel. This is a mixed passenger and freight line 370 km long with 31 passenger stations. Maximum speed is 220 km/h on the first lot and 160 km/h on the second lot. The line must be equipped with an ERTMS 1 signalling system.

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Updating of the Transport National Master Plan Italferr has been appointed to develop the updating of the Transport National Master Plan for the Ministry of Transport of the R E P U B L I C O F T H E C O N G O . The study is funded by ICE, the Italian Trade Commission. The objective of the project is the revision and updating of the Transport National Master Plan drafted in 2004 and the definition of important decision-making elements in the development of the transport infrastructure that will act as a catalyst in consolidating the Congo and the port of Pointe Noire as a logistics platform for the entire area that includes the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic.

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Review of the final design project for the road-rail bridge between the cities of Kinshasa and Brazzaville and of the preliminary design for the railway line between Kinshasa and Ilebo Italferr has been appointed by the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC) as designer to carry out a review of the final design of the road-rail bridge over the Congo River. It will be over 1,500 metres long and will link the cities of Brazzaville and Kinshasa, connecting the Republic of the Congo and the D E M O C R AT I C R E P U B L I C O F T H E C O N G O . Italferr will also undertake review of the preliminary project for the extension of the railway line between Kinshasa and Ilebo. The two projects are part of the Priority Plan for the Shared Master Plan for Central Africa (PDCT-AC), for the short-term Master Plan of the NEPAD in Central Africa and for the Development Programme for African infrastructure.

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Technical Assistance for Operation & Maintenance of Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway Line and Addis Ababa Light Rail Transit Italferr provides technical assistance to ERC – E T H I O P I A N Railways Corporation for operation & maintenance of Addis Ababa-Djibouti railway line (752.7 km) and Addis Ababa light rail transit (17.41 km). The assignment was awarded under the local funds. The ERC key objective is to develop an integrated and efficient railway transport system in order to ensure competitive, safe and reliable rail transport for freight and passengers in Ethiopia.

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The scope of services is: prepare railway transport master plan; prepare railway operation

Capacity Development and Technical Support of ERC Corporate Departments

and maintenance guidelines, manuals, regulations and standards and the institutional development of the operation and services division; prepare railway operation and maintenance (O&M) specifications; draft railway legal frameworks and regulations; lay down operation and services management system; develop and conduct training; prepare budget planning schedule.

In July 2015 ERC (Ethiopian Railway Corporation) has awarded Italferr a new contract for capacity building and technical support of ERC Corporate Departments. The objectives of the assistance was: • to straighten the capacity building for the personnel of the Planning Department; • to support the Planning Department in designing the process, the manual and the tools for their functions. In addition Italferr has supported ERC’s Safety Service on the check, revision and approval of CREC & SZMC Standardization Systems and Emergency Plan concerning Safety matters.

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Project Management Consultancy for Lusail LRT Italferr, in Consortium with other leading companies in the sector, has been awarded by Qatar Railway Company of the contract for Project Management Consultancy Services and Technical Support for the phases 2C2 and 2C3 of the Lusail tramway network, currently under construction. Scope of the services is the management and supervision of the works (including civil works, technological systems and installations, maintenance facilities and supply of rolling stock) for 4 planned lines, with a total length of 38 km, of which 10 in tunnel, including 37 stations. Activities started in May 2016 with a time for completion of 51 months.

Design & Build of Metro Doha Red Line North Underground Italferr, as member of an international joint venture, has been appointed by Qatar Railways Company to develop the civil works design for design & build of the Northern Underground Red Line, as part of the Metro Doha System. The metro network consists of 4 lines (Red, Golden, Blue, Green) for a total length of 230 km with 92

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Omani Railway Project Italferr has been appointed by the Omani Ministry of Transport and Communications to develop the National Railway Project in the Sultanate of O M A N . The project will consist of about 2,244 km of railway line (divided in 9 segments), linking Omani border with UAE (at Al Ain and Khatmat Milahah) to Muscat, as part of GCC Railway Network, and to the southern parts of the country at Port of Ad Duqm and Salalah and to Yemen border. The Oman National Railway is intended to be a double track mixed freight and passenger non-electrified railway line. The signaling and control systems will be based on European Train Control System (ETCS) Level 2 and GSM-R for telecommunication system. The assignment was awarded under the Omani Ministry of Transport and Communications funds.

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Arab Railway Network Study Italferr, supported by a Jordanian consultancy firm, has developed the Arab Railway Network Study. The study (funded by the Arab Fund for Social and Economic Development) involves a comprehensive analysis of the overall transport system of the entire area of 21 members countries of the Arab League. Such analysis was aimed at planning, ranking and phasing rail projects of regional value able to bring together the entire Arab world. Due to its characteristics, the project clearly has a significant political, strategic and economic effect.

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New High Speed Line Medina-Mecca Certification of the Standards of Safety and Quality of the Line

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Detailed Design Review of Al Tabeyeh-Al Bookamal and Al Khansa-Al Akkari Railway Lines

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Development and Modernisation of the Syrian Railway Network Italferr has provided Technical Assistance for the development and modernization of the Syrian railway network aimed at integrating links connecting the Mediterranean sea with the developing regions of the Middle East. In particular, as regards the Damascus-Daraa railway line, Italferr has worked on the conceptual design for the building of a High Speed rail line (250 km/h) of approximately 110 km intended for mixed passenger/freight traffic. Seven stations are planned and the Daraa station includes a locomotive maintenance facility. Italferr provided the detailed design of the Sbena freight depot and a rolling stock maintenance area. In addition, Italferr designed the Kadem Station, Damascus’ main passenger station, and the sidings between Sbena Freight Station and Kadem Passenger Station, which extend for approximately 6 km. 26


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New High Speed Line Medina-Mecca in Saudi Arabia Certification of the Standards of Safety and Quality of the Line Italferr and Italcertifer (the most qualified point of reference in Italy for the sector of certification activities in the railway industry) will certify the standards of safety and quality of the new High Speed line Medina-Mecca, in S A U D I A R A B I A . In fact, the two subsidiaries of Italy’s Ferrovie dello Stato, have signed in Madrid a Safety Verification Engineer contract for the second phase of the Haramain High Speed Railway Project under construction in Saudi Arabia.

Partner of the deal will be the Al Shoula Consortium and the Saudi-Spanish Train Project c. LTD. Italferr and Italcertifer will attest all the safety requirements according to European standards. The contract has been approved by the Saudi Railway Organization and demonstrates the high quality level of Italian design and certification of safety standards.

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Technical Assistance for Tehran-Qom-Esfahan High Speed Train Project Iranian State Railways in the aim to give to their Country a modern high speed railway system, have chosen Italferr as Technical Advisor for the development of their first high speed line connecting Tehran to Qom and Esfahan (410 km). Before implementing the line construction, Italferr has to check the general concept design and project requirements that have been modified in order to save the financial resources necessary to build (e.g. operational speed 250 km/h instead of 300) and has to assist the Client in negotiating the contract with the Contractor.

In particular the assistance of Italferr includes: reviewing of pre-feasibility and feasibility studies; considering new design conditions and updating the requirements; updating ridership forecasts and operation plan; financial and economic evaluation with separation of infrastructure and operation costs (Capex and Opex); risk analysis including sensitivity analysis and probability distribution simulation of effective variables; providing revision of contract documents; training sessions on main issues; participating in meetings for negotiations on prices and conditions with the Contractor and finalization of contract documents between Client and Contractor.

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Motorways of the Sea for Black and Caspian Seas

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Project Review of Railway Rehabilitation in: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan

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Developing and Upgrading Telecommunication Systems of: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan

2017

Detailed design and construction supervision of the bridge (290 m) across the river Anji Khad Appointment of general engineering consultant for Corridor of Line 7 and Corridor of Line 2(B) of Mumbai Metro Rail Project of MMRDA Quality and safety auditing consulting services for Sahnewal-Khurja section with Khurja-Dadri link of the Eastern Corridor

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Pre-feasibility Study for High Speed Rail Corridor Pune-Mumbai-Ahmedabad

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Motorways of the Sea Italferr has performed for the European Commission the transport study called the Motorways of the Sea for the Black Sea and Caspian Sea. The project involves the development and promotion of sea motorways in the Caspian and Black Sea areas, including the infrastructures connecting them with land-based networks. Specifically, Italferr is in charge of the study on modernising the railway lines dedicated to Caspian and Black Sea ports, an infrastructure project which is indispensable in the light of increasing freight movement by ship. 28

The study involves analysis of the existing transport infrastructures in a vast region stretching from Ukraine to the Caucasus and from Turkey to Central Asia. Among the main objectives of the project is that of identifying modernisation works which can develop the potential of an infrastructure network to support intermodal transport in the area, thus attracting international investments aimed at infrastructure growth to improve the flow of goods between Europe and the East. The project takes on special importance from the point of view of financing eco-compatible transport systems such as the motorways of the sea.


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Technical Assistance for Pap-Angren Electrification Project Italferr provides consulting services to the U Z B E K I S TA N Railways for technical and contractual support, including control, monitoring and evaluation, supervision and safeguards assessment to implement the railway line between Angren and Pap under the World Bank financing. The line is 125 km long with a tunnel of about 19 km and Italferr takes care of track, signaling & telecommunication and electrification.

In particular the activity of Italferr includes: procurement assistance and supplies control for the technological equipment to be purchased; supervision for design and for installation of procured equipment; assistance for contacts management; socio-environment impact evaluation and document preparation for relevant monitoring; assistance to improve logistic scenario and marketing strategies; training activities in financing and assets management field.

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Detailed design and construction supervision of the bridge across the river Anji Khad Italferr was appointed by IRCON for the provision of engineering services related to design, tendering and construction supervision for an important bridge across the river Anji Khad on the Katra-Banihal section of Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla New B.G. Railway Line Project in Jammu e Kashmir State, I N D I A . Italferr faced a challenging task as the Anji river flows in a deep gorge, about 200 m deep, with sub-vertical walls. Italferr proposed to realize a cable stayed bridge having a 290 m long main span with an unsymmetrical scheme and only one tower placed on most accessible side. The deck is composed by two steel trusses of constant height connected by transverse girders that support a concrete slab. This latter collaborates with the steel elements.

Appointment of general engineering consultant for Corridor of Line 7 (Andheri East - Dahisar East) and Corridor of Line 2(B) (D.N.Nagar - Mandala) of Mumbai Metro Rail Project of MMRDA

Quality and safety auditing consulting services for Sahnewal-Khurja section with Khurja-Dadri link of the Eastern Corridor

Italferr, as a partner of an international joint venture, was appointed by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority for the provision of general engineering consultancy services. The Andheri East - Dahisar East Corridor of Mumbai Metro starts near the junction of Western Express Highway and M.V. Road at Andheri East. The entire Corridor is elevated, it is 16.576 kms long and has total of 14 stations and 2 maintenance depots. The D.N.Nagar - Mandala Corridor is extension of Dahisar D.N Nagar from D.N.Nagar. The entire Corridor is elevated. It is 23.643 km long and has total of 22 stations.

Italferr, as leader of an international joint venture, was appointed by the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd. as Quality and Safety Audit Consultant (QSAC) to achieve independent auditing and reporting of the quality of the works and installations constructed under the project and implementation of the safety arrangements/plans during construction. QSAC, on the basis of evidence gathered that all construction, testing, system integration and commissioning works are carried out as per Employer’s Requirements. The QSAC will be also working as implementation supervision support for the World Bank. 29


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“Ferrogrão” Project – Demand analysis, Operation studies and Financial Analysis

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Preliminary Study of the Açailândia (MA) Barcarena (PA) Line

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Risk Analysis for the Concession Scheme Proposed by ANTT for Açailândia-Barcarena Project

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“Trens Intercidades” Project – São Paulo Italferr has provided technical assistance to a group of Brazilian concessionaires (EDLP Estação da Luz Participações and CCR, Companhia de participações em concessões) for the “Trens Intercidades” Project (Intercity Trains), a 450 km passenger rail network presented to São Paulo State Govern through a private proposal. Italferr has provided an independent analysis of the project – requested directly from the São Paulo State Government – covering several issues such as system appraisal, rolling stock selection, operation models, planning and phasing of the works, impact minimization for adjacent operating rail services and existing infrastructure facilities, identification and concept of maintenance workshops.

“Ferrogrão” Project In the framework of the draft concession scheme introduced by ANTT (Agencia Nacional de Transporte Terrestre), in March 2015 Italferr was appointed by EDLP Estação da Luz Participações in conjunction with the tradings Amaggi and Cargill Agricola, to conduct a complete demand analysis, operation studies and financial appraisal of the future line Ferrogrão, linking Sinop and Miritituba through Mato Gross and Para Brazilian states (980 km length). 30

The services involved a wide spectrum of analyses focused around the evaluation of the operating costs (Opex) and investment costs (Capex) associated to the management of the line and the overall profitability of the line, under a vertical concession scheme.


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Feasibility Study and Detailed Design of the Trasandino Tunnel In association with other international companies, Italferr has been awarded the contract for the development of the Feasibility Study and Detailed Design of the Central Railway Network of Perù, a corridor linking Lima with the Central Peruvian Region of Huancayo including the “Trasandino” set of Tunnels (San Bartolomé, San Miguel de Viso and Trasandino respectively with a length of 5, 15 and 25 km and high overburdens across the Andes). The services started in July 2017. Completion expected on December 2019. Overall value of the services: 12 M$.

The scope of services includes: feasibility analyses aimed at defining the best transport solution based on expected ridership levels, operation model, environmental, economic and financial appraisal; the detailed design of the tunnel solutions and of all the infrastructure needs, such as intermodal facilities, technologies, rail upgrading works, etc.; a complex set of geo and topographic investigations.

Metro Lima Project, Line 2 and extension Line 4 In March 2015 Italferr was awarded by the Consortium EPC Metro Lima in charge of the realization of the new Metro Lima Lines 2 and 4 of the following services: interface coordination, requirements management and integration of railway and non-railway works, including rolling stock, during design phase, testing, commissioning and put into service. The activity started in April 2015 and will terminate in August 2020.

The system is about: 35 km underground tunnels: 27 km East-West Line 2 and 8 km Avenida Elmer FaucettAvenida Nèstor Gambetta span of Line 4; 35 passenger stations, 13 in Callao and 22 in Lima, to be realized by both TBM, cut & cover and by traditional methods; 42 vehicles; Communication Based Train Control technology with unattended train operation; Driverless system; 2 maintenance yards.

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New Sarmiento Railway Line – Buenos Aires Italferr was appointed in 2016 by the Consortium CNS – Consorcio Nuevo Sarmiento, led by the Companies Ghella (ITA), Odebrecht (BZ) and Iecsa (AR), as designer of the railway systems (signaling, telecom, MEP, energy, maintenance yards, track, alignment) of the line (“sistema integral de la linea”). The line, with a total length of 22.5 miles (36 km), 11.2 miles (18 km) underground to replace the surface alignment of the current commuter route, 16 passenger stations, to be realized by both cut & cover and by traditional methods and 1 maintenance yard, is one of the major rail investments in South America, with an overall investment cost estimated in more than 3 billion dollars. The project is one of the priorities of the Argentinian Government and one of the main components of the wider R.E.R. (Red de Expresos Regionales) project of Buenos Aires. The new Sarmiento line should enter into operation by the end of 2022. 31


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Strategic Study for the High Speed Rail Network on the East Coast of Australia

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Strategic Study for the High Speed Rail Network on the East Coast of Australia

The study focuses on the introduction of a high speed rail service linking the main cities of the East Coast of Australia. The Newcastle to Sydney spine is a central section of this corridor, but options for links northwards to Brisbane and southwards to Canberra and Melbourne are also to be considered. Another focus of the study is the identification of possible routes, corridor preservation and station options, including city-centre, city-periphery and airport stations, thus providing a basis for route development, indicative transit times and high-level construction costs. Italferr’s role is mainly aimed at verifying the study assumptions and solutions in respect of High Speed rail definition.

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In particular, the contribution of the Company is devoted to: Review of operational and technical assumptions proposed Understanding of the practical implications and issues associated with the introduction of High Speed railway systems, with particular focus on station modelling and urban junctions reorganization Assistance within a Global Advisory Panel of experts on specific aspects, such as technology, transport and costing.


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