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INAUGURATION OF MOTORWAY A-33 SECTION BETWEEN YECLA AND JUMILLA

Last 5 October, the Motorway A-33 section between Jumilla and Yecla was opened to traffic. In December 2014, the Minister of Development at the time, Ana Pastor, placed the work’s first stone. Of the 23.4 kilometres constructed, 7.5 of them were built by CHM in UTE with Padelsa, with a 18,277,432.52€ budget (VAT excluded). Works […]

CHM awarded renovation of the Calpe-Teulada stretch of Tram line 9

Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Valenciana (FGV) has awarded the contract for line renovation and infrastructure improvement work on the stretch of Tram line 9 between Calpe and Teulada stations to the temporary joint venture formed by CHM plus FCC and Convensa. The intervention is part of work being carried out by the Valencia Government Department […]

CHM Infraestructuras receives the National “Best Environmental Practices” Prize

The Spanish Association of Manufacturers of Asphalt Mixture (ASEFMA) hands out the only award recognising the sustainability of asphalt surfaces. The project “Reflective surfaces for mitigating climate change”, developed by the R&D+i team at CHM Infrastructuras, received the “Best Environmental Practices” prize on 30 May. This is the most important national accolade in the sector, […]

CHM is in the process of developing its project “ROAD SURFACES WITH ELECTRIC VEHICLE WARNING SOUNDS”

The project is financially supported by the CDTI (Centre for Industrial Technology Development), a body attached to the Spanish Ministry for the Economy and Competitiveness, and also receives funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). To develop this project, CHM has been working in partnership with the Department of Physics, Systems Engineering and Signal […]

CHM successfully completes the first phase of its research project entitled “AERODYNAMIC BARRIERS AND AIRPORT LIGHTING AS ANTI-FOG PROTECTION SYSTEMS”

This project is financially supported by the CDTI (Centre for Industrial Technology Development), a body attached to the Spanish Ministry for the Economy and Competitiveness, and also receives funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). To develop this project, CHM has been working in technical partnership with the IDR Institute of Microgravity at the […]

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Wilanow college in Warsaw (Poland)

“College with a little over 13,000 m2 built surface area, on three levels, basement + ground floor + first floor” Structural type: reinforced concrete with cement slabs, retaining walls built “in situ” of forged slab. Roof: made of concrete slabs and trapezoidal sheet. Façade system: SATE of 21 cm thickness. Execution of the facilities: unique […]

CHM is a participant in the European LIFE CERSUDS – Ceramic Sustainable Urban Drainage System research project

CHM is a participant in the European LIFE CERSUDS – Ceramic Sustainable Urban Drainage System research project, whose main objective is to improve the resilience of cities to climate change and promote the use of green infrastructure through the development and implementation of a demonstration SUDS. The system consists of a low-carbon emission, sustainable drainage […]

CHM starts the research project “Attenuation of Vibrations in Railway Infrastructures”(AVIF)

CHM Obras e Infraestructuras, S.A. together with the company Vías y Construcciones, the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the Technological Centre of Construction of the Region of Murcia, have started research and development of the Project “Mitigation of Vibrations in Railway Infrastructure” (AVIF) funded through the aid program Retos de Colaboración 2015, the State program […]