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The largest electrification project in the world

Rail Baltica: a new standard for mobility

IDOM has been awarded the overall implementation project for the electrification (25 kV AC) of the 870-km-long double-track high-speed line (249 km/h) according to an agreement signed with the Rail Baltica joint venture RB Rail AS.

Together with partners DB Engineering & Consulting (Germany) and Italferr S.p.A. (Italy), IDOM has been appointed as the energy (ENE) engineer and will be providing the engineering, consulting and FIDIC engineer services for the overall management and execution of the ENE deployment process across the Baltic States. This will encompass the Works Preparatory Phase (Phase I), Works Implementation Phase and Defects Notification Period (Phase II). The project will run for approximately 10 years.

The Rail Baltica Global Project is a rail transport project aimed at integrating the Baltic States into the European rail network. It will cover Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, and indirectly also Finland. The project will be a powerful catalyst for sustainable economic growth in the Baltic States, defining a new standard of passenger and freight mobility. The ENE Engineering Service project, of which IDOM is part, is the largest single procured electrification project worldwide, connecting three different countries with a single piece of infrastructure.


Links of interest:
Designing the longest railway bridge in the Baltic States
Our second railway project in Latvia
Rail Baltica: the project that will link the Baltic States with the European rail network
New high-performance trans-European rail connection

April 29, 2021

Rail & Transit

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IDOM is working in Rail Baltica Global Project since 2019. We are developing six of the contracts (393 km total) to carry out the construction design and design supervision during construction in the sections of:

  • Tallinn to Rapla (Estonia)
  • Pärnu to Rapla (Estonia)
  • Main line through Riga (Latvia)
  • Mass at the Latvian / Lithuanian Border (Latvia)
  • Kaunas to Ramygala (Lithuania)
  • Ramygala to Lithuanian / Latvian Border (Lithuania)

Iban Mirones ( info.rail@idom.com )