In railway works, Somague, through its subsidiary Neopul, has established a clear dominance as a company that is highly specialised in railway infrastructures; of note track superstructure, railway electrification (or overhead line) and the maintenance of railway equipment.
The company has a central base of operation, equipped with a railway branch line, and a fleet of highly-specialised state-of-the-art heavy equipment, which enables it to act with utmost rigour in the works it carries out.
Concomitantly, Somague is involved in the construction of important transportation infrastructures carried out in Portugal, Ireland, Cape Verde, among others, and has significant experience in the construction of roads, works of art (bridges, viaducts, underpasses, tunnels), interchanges, etc.
All this can be confirmed by the vast number of works it has carried out successfully, in all project stages, from planning, design to subsequent execution.
Somague’s most distinctive landmark project was its participation in the consortium that led the design and construction of one of Europe’s longest bridges - the Vasco da Gama bridge in Lisbon, Portugal, which is 17 km in length.