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Carbures strengths its activity in Mexico with 2 strategic contracts in Civil Works sector

Carbures strengths its activity in Mexico with 2 strategic contracts in Civil Works sector

Carbures strengths its actitivity in Mexico with the signing of two new contracts of its division dedicated to the civil works sector. On one hand, the extension of the contract with Iberoamericana de Hidrocarburos (IHSA), the Mexican-Spanish consortium dedicated to the drilling of wells for extraction of hydrocarbons and gas in the different blocks of the region of Burgos in the States of Nuevo Leon , Coahuila and Tamaulipas in Mexico, until 2018. Since 2011 Carbures has been working for IHSA, and currently we have become an exclusive supplier of the consortium. Since 2011, it has been generated 1.73 million euros so far. Thanks to this strategic alliance, the Civil Works division of Carbures will have an estimated turnover of almost half a million euros when providing engineering support to different gas pipeline projects, roads, collection stations, separation banks, compression stations, process centers, automation and ancillary services.

Also in Mexico, Carbures has participated in the expansion of the Bridgestone plant in the city of Cuernavaca de Morelos to carry out civil and electromagnetic projects with 3D models of new buildings, already existing, and outdoor areas, with a project area of approximately 161,460 square feet. The turnover for this work has been 400,000 euros and have participated 20 people out of a total of 100 that form the Carbures Civil Works unit in Mexico.

Raul García, General Manager of Carbures Civil Works, says: "The renewal and signing of contracts such as IHSA, is the best proof that Carbures' continuous and quality work has its reward with the trust of the client; both in civil engineering and in architecture, and we continue applying the experience of decades together with innovation and the implementation of composites. This gives us a high-level competitive advantage that competitors lacks both in Mexico and globally. "

Less than a month ago, last June 1, the Norman Foster Foundation was inaugurated in Madrid, where Carbures Civil Works has been responsible for the construction of a complex 1851 square feet deck in composite, composed of superimposed panels in the shape of a wing airplane.

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