Infrastructures and Transport

Architecture

For architectural projects, SENER designs and builds sustainable infrastructure that respects the environment and is integrated into its surroundings. To achieve this, it incorporates sustainable technology into its buildings using, for example, new applications for existing materials, energy regulation and distribution systems, air flows and complex systems such as mobile facades and roofing that can be adapted to the requirements of the climate and of comfort. Additionally, SENER applies the very latest IT developments, such as Building Information Modeling (BIM). 

Hospital General de México

 

The SENER team is formed of architects, draftsmen and engineers who execute complete architectural projects for:

  • Stations, workshops and depots.
  • Terminals.
  • Unique buildings.
  • Town planning.
  • Landscaping.
  • Smart cities.

 

Because of its experience in the area of infrastructure and transport engineering and its comprehensive capacities as a multidisciplinary engineering and technology firm, SENER uses its expertise to execute projects that require cross-functional integration with other technical areas, as is the case for transport terminals.  In this type of construction, SENER brings its know-how of both specific aspects of station and transport architecture and of building. 

SENER also works with internationally acclaimed architects such as Norman Foster and Santiago Calatrava, and some of its projects have won design awards and received sustainability and efficiency certification.   

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