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17/07/2017
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Sacyr Industrial acquires new electrical sub-station EPC projects in Chile for 36 million euros

Sacyr Industrial expands its business backlog in Chile with new EPC contracts in a consortium with Isotron for the construction of 220 kV electrical substations, totaling 41 million dollars (approximately 36 million euros).

One of the projects awarded integrates four contracts with two of Chile's main high-voltage transmission companies: Transemel and Transelec. The contracts, amounting to 25 million dollars (21.8 million euros), include the expansion and change of configuration of the 220 kV substations of Parinacota and Cóndores, in regions XV and I, respectively, and the incorporation of new equipment.

Puerto Montt 

The last contract awarded is located near the town of Puerto Montt, in the south of the country, amounting to 16 million dollars (14 million euros) to be executed in a period of 2 years.

This EPC project of 220 kV substations consists of two high voltage transmission contracts with Transelec and Saesa, which include the standardization of the 220 kV Puerto Montt substation and the expansion and configuration change of the 220 kV Melipulli substation. This project is part of the Expansion Plan of the Chilean transmission network that was tendered in 2016.

Growth strategy

Sacyr Industrial continues with its growth strategy in world industrial activity, with an existing presence in Australia, Israel, Oman, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia as well as in Spain, with different projects in the oil and gas sectors, electrical infrastructure, energy plants, waste treatment, the cement industry and desalination and water treatment.

This award is part of the strategic objectives set by the group to strengthen its four business lines; industrial, construction, concessions and services, increasing its market share and its capacity to take on major business challenges

The group has been present in Chile for 20 years through construction and concessions activities, and is becoming an international benchmark in the industry and countries in which it operates.