29 May, 2024
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Our top infrastructure projects

The Purple Line in Maryland, major initiatives in the New York City Transit, new contract in Illinois, the Biobio hospital network and the National Cancer Institute in Chile, river defenses for the Casma and Huarmey rivers in Peru, the Accesos Norte 2 corridor in Colombia, and railway projects in Spain, the Czech Republic and Sweden. These and other contracts make up OHLA’s top ten infrastructure projects, with a global portfolio of €8.5 billion.


The Purple Line Light Rail System, Maryland (USA)

The main project in the company’s portfolio with a budget of more than €2.1 billion. After service begins, the Purple Line is estimated to take 17,000 vehicles off the road daily.


New York City Transit (USA)

Accessibility improvements at 13 stations. Second largest contract in the company’s portfolio for nearly €530 million.


Project to reconstruct the I-290/I-88 Interchange on the Tri-State Tollway (I-294), Illinois (USA)

It will improve the safety of travel on a stretch of road that is used by more than 300,000 vehicles every day.

I-490 Tri-State Tollway, Illinois (USA)


BioBio Hospital Network (Chile)

OHLA is developing the design, construction, maintenance and operation of four hospitals (Santa Barbara, Nacimiento, Coronel and Lota). The investment in the project will be worth approximately €400 million.


Improvement of the I-5 freeway, California (USA)

Construction and widening of highly frequented vehicle lanes along 21 km in the city of Santa Clarita and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County (USA).


Protection of the Casma and Huarmey Rivers (Peru)

The objective is to protect the populations living in the river basin from possible floods, such as those that occurred in 2017 due to the El Niño Costero phenomenon.


National Cancer Institute (Santiago)

OHLA has been awarded the concession contract for the construction, maintenance, and operation of the National Cancer Institute in Santiago de Chile, which will involve an investment of more than €300 million.


Flushing Line, New York (USA)

Renovation of five stations on the IRT Flushing Line, part of the New York City Transit, for nearly €200 million.


Accesos Norte 2 corridor (Colombia)

OHLA is part of the concession company responsible for the design, construction, improvement, operation, and priority maintenance of the existing Accesos Norte highway in the section closest to Bogota. The project requires an investment of €700 million.


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