There are more than 200 women who work daily on one of the most emblematic constructions of the Metropolitan region: Américo Vespucio Oriente I (AVO I), in Chile.
We excel in the construction and management of hospital infrastructures
In 1996, when the P3 system was first launched in Chile, we secured our first contract to build and operate the toll road between Los Vilos and La Serena. Since then, we have invested close to 6.5 billion dollars in various projects throughout our three lines of business.
These include 2 airports, 15 roads, and 6 hospitals. By way of Sacyr Concesiones Agua, we run four comprehensive water cycle management firms in the regions of Antofagasta and Metropolitana.
Awarded under the P3 system
Added to the hospital system
Surface area built in the country
Total investment in the country
Innovating to improve people's lives
We laid the first road surface in Chile that incorporates pre-treated pulverized rubber (RARx). This innovation allows us to repair and build roads with a lower environmental impact. The reason is that this material uses mixtures of polymers from scrapped tires.
We estimate that, for every kilometer of road built using this technology, it’s possible to save around 100 bus and truck tires from ending up as landfill.
To develop and validate this technique, various trial sections had to be build at different sites managed by Sacyr within the Metropolitan region.
These kinds of composite materials have already proven their functional and structural advantages, from a social, economic, and environmental perspective, in other countries. They reduce noise pollution, dampening down traffic noise by up to 5 decibels. They also increase the service life of the road surface and give a new lease of life to industrial waste such as scrapped tires, which can be reused to build and repair roads.
AMÉRICO VESPUCIO ORIENTE
Become acquainted with the she-Sacyrians on the construction site of AVO I (Chile)
SACYR CONCESIONES AGUA
Get to know the ‘youngest’ Sacyr team in Chile.
Get to know Sacyr Concesiones Agua’s Technical Management team in Chile. A recently created group that has found balance between effort and commitment with great team spirit. Karina, Karen, José, Patricio, Ricardo and Cristian make it possible.
OCCUPATIONAL RISK PREVENTION
Luis Romero tells us about his experience as a ‘safety officer’ in Chile
Through this program, we recruit people who have suffered an accident in the workplace
Salud Siglo XXI: our fight against Covid-19 in Chile
The teams at this Grupo Sacyr company have enabled the hospital to operate normally during the pandemic