With the construction of the Rio Hondo Dam in 1958, we began a unique story that binds us inexorably to the development of this country’s most important hydropower projects.
Our extensive experience in the construction of dams and hydroelectric projects translates into 75 million m3 of earthworks, 10 million m3 of rock excavation, 2.7 million m3 of concrete and 1,800 MW of energy.
Rio Grande hydroelectric power station with pumping station.
Santa Rosa de Calamuchita.
Olivares tunnel and associated works, Alfalfal hydroelectric power station,
Olivares River basin, Cajon del Maipo.
Agua del Toro Dam, hydroelectric power station, access roads
and related civil works on the Diamante River.
Civil works at the Reservoir Dam of the hydroelectric power station
General Manuel Belgrano dam reservoir on the Juramento River and
civil works at the Cabra Corral hydroelectric power station
Reservoir dam and hydroelectric power station on the Rio Dulce
(17.5 MW), Termas de Rio Hondo.
Santiago del Estero, Argentina
Civil works at the Ullum Hydroelectric power plant.
(Today Ullum I and II).
San Juan, Argentina.