Opened in 1919, Metro de Madrid keeps the city on track, serving 47 million commuters every month, from six in the morning until 1:30 at night. Covering 293 kilometers and 300 stations, the subway is the eighth longest in the world, and its rapid expansion over the past two decades places it among the world’s fastest-growing rail networks.
- Year of completion: 2007; maintenance ongoing
- Flow: 3 million passengers daily
- Coverage: 13 lines, serving 300 stations
- Owner: Metro de Madrid
- Property manager: Metro de Madrid
- 334 new KONE escalators; KONE maintains 174 escalators in total for Metro de Madrid.
- 122 new KONE elevators; KONE maintains 355 elevators in total for Metro de Madrid
- KONE Care™ Maintenance Service
THE RISE OF A SUPERTALL
Soaring to a height of more than one kilometer, Jeddah Tower will be the tallest building in the world when completed in 2019.
GREENEST HOSPITAL DOWN UNDER
Green is the color of healing at Melbourne’s inspirational new Royal Children’s Hospital.
RISING TO THE CHALLENGE
With its three cascading towers crowned by a connecting Sands Skypark, the multi-use resort defines the city’s skyline and offers an extraordinary experience for leisure and business travelers from all over the world.
A SKYLINE REDEFINED
Piercing the sky like a shard of glass, The Shard is putting new punctuation to an already famous cityscape. Standing at 310 meters, this landmark building is the tallest in Western Europe.
Designed for Asian markets
The official launch of Genting Dream in November 2016 symbolizes the global cruise market’s shift to Asia and the launch of the continent’s first luxury cruise line – Dream Cruises
122 Leadenhall is a building of world firsts, boasting the world’s largest and fastest suite of panoramic elevators. But the real stunner is the mold-breaking design – nothing comparable has ever been attempted before.
TRUE TO CLUB COLORS
Shining like an emerald against the night sky, Budapest’s newest soccer stadium has a strong Go Green theme, which matches the club colors of its home team, Ferencvárosi Torna Club.
THE LEGEND LIVES ON IN MANHATTAN
When Madison Square Garden calls itself “The World’s Most Famous Arena”, few disagree. It has a rich history of hosting nearly every major name in music, all-star athletes, national political conventions, and numerous world-famous shows and events.
BUILT FOR TOMORROW
Metrotown Properties – a dazzling commercial development in Vancouver – is reinventing Canada’s urban experience. Metrotower III, a 29-floor LEED®-certified Platinum “AAA” Class office building, is at the heart of it all.
STEEL NEST OF THE PHOENIX
As awe-inspiring as the mythical bird after which it is named, Beijing’s Phoenix Media Center lifts China into an unprecedented era in steel innovation.