Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Grupo Isolux Corsán, S.A.
Grupo Isolux Corsán, S.A., together with its subsidiaries, engages in concessions, energy, infrastructure, industry and environment, installation, and transmission and distribution businesses in Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa. The company manages infrastructure projects, such as roads, power transmission lines, photovoltaic solar plants, and carparks; builds and commissions power plants to generate electricity using open-cycle, combined-cycle, cogeneration, coal-fired, wind-driven, photovoltaic, biomass, and hydraulic technologies; provides engineering and consulting services, as well as develops projects for oil and gas, and nuclear energy markets; and develops and constructs photov...
C/ Caballero Andante, 8
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for Grupo Isolux Corsán, S.A.
Chief Executive Officer of Isolux Infrastructure
Chief Executive Officer of EPC
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Grupo Isolux Corsán, S.A. Key Developments
Isolux Corsan Wins EUR 88 Million Orders in Chile
Jan 17 14
Isolux Corsan has been awarded two contracts in Chile for a combined amount of EUR 88 million (USD 119.7 million). The first order envisages the construction of section 3 of Line 3 of the Santiago de Chile Metro. The project, whose value is estimated at EUR 75 million, will include the construction of a 3.7 km (2.9 mile) tunnel, three stations, five circular shafts and two rectangular shafts over a period of 28 months. The second contract is for the construction of a school building and administration centres for the Santiago de Chile University (USACH), scheduled to be ready within 12 months. Its value stands at EUR 13 million.
Isolux Corsan Secures Contract for the Engineering, Procurement and Construction
Dec 3 13
Isolux Corsan has been awarded a contract for the engineering, procurement and construction of 172 km of 300 kV transmission lines in Kuwait. It will be the first project that the company implements in this country, with price tag of USD 105 million. The work will take place under a turnkey contract, within a maximum execution period of 22 months, in the town of Al-Rawdatain and have been commissioned by the Ministry of Electricity and Water of this country. This project is divided into three parts. In the first, the company will execute the work for the energization of the 'RDTN X' substation, building 76 kilometres of transmission lines (2x38 km), which will connect this substation with the existing 300kV double circuit transmission line between the Subiya Power Station and the Jahra 'X' substation. In the second, the company will be built 82 kilometres of transmission lines (2x41 km) to energize the 'RDTN W' substation. These transmission lines will be connected to the existing transmission line between Subiya Power Station and Saad Abdulla 'W' substation. Lastly, the company will build another 14 kilometres of transmission lines to interconnect the 'RDTN X' and 'RDTN W' substations. The T&D works that Isolux Corsán will undertake include, among others, the complete design of the towers and foundations, the supply of all materials and accessories, civil works, tower erection, stringing and commissioning.
Isolux Corsan Wins Renovation and Rehabilitation of Thermal Power Station Contract in Mexico
Oct 31 13
Isolux Corsan was awarded renovation and rehabilitation of a thermal power station in Altamira, northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas, for $380 million. The company will be responsible for the design, civil engineering, production and installation of new equipment at the site which targets to extend the exploitation period of the plant by 30 years. The works will create 2,000 direct and indirect jobs.
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