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angle-left Sacyr wins a 34 Million -eruo contract to build a 205-km Road in Peru
  • Sacyr wins a 34 Million -eruo contract to build a 205-km Road in Peru


    Sacyr, through Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructure, will take on the technical work and construction of the 205-kilometer road in Áncash.  

    The company was awarded this project, put out to tender by the Department for Transport and Communications, and forming part of the fifth phase of road building under the “Reconstrucción con Cambios” [Rebuilding with Changes] initiative. The contract has a budget of over 126 million soles (around 34 million euros). 
    It is expected that the project will get underway in March 2019, and will continue over a period of 16 months. 

    It is the largest of the six road reconstruction packages designed to improve connections within the region and in the country as a whole, in the wake of the damage wrought by the El Niño Costero phenomenon in 2017.

    A more secure infrastructure

    The construction work to improve road communications will comprise: preparatory work, earth moving, road surfacing, art work and drainage work, complementary work, transportation of materials and waste, the installation of road signaling and safety measures, and environmental protection. 

    “With this project in Áncash, we are committed to providing a quality infrastructure for all users of this road, linking safer towns, and resulting in both shorter journey times and in improved connections. The project will, without question, make a positive contribution to the reconstruction of the country’s road network following the disastrous consequences of El Niño Costero”, stated Carlos Martínez-Almeida, General Manager of Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructure in Peru.

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