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Argentina is an important country within Isolux Corsán's strategy plan for international expansion. The company has interests in the areas of energy, construction and the environment.
In this country, the Energy Generation area is involved in intense activity, building the Turbio river electrical generation plant, the southern most in the world, located in the Santa Cruz province. It has also commissioned the combined-cycle plant in Loma de la Lata (Neuquén), in a joint venture with TECNA that will boost the current installed capacity there by 175 MW.
Isolux Corsán has been operating in this country for several years. It has important projects in all its lines of business here.
Isolux Corsán is also building two open-cycle plants for the company ENARSA in Ensenada Barragán, in the city of La Plata (with a capacity of 2X280 MW) and in Brigadier López, in Santa Fé (280 MW).
The company has laid the lines between Formosa and Sáenz Peña, covering a total of 350 kilometers at 500 kV, and has energised the NOA-NEA line, as well as building the Formosa and Resistencia substations.
The group's Infrastructure area is carrying out works on the road corridor number 4 within the national road network, and has recently finished the rehabilitation and restoration of the Aduana Taylor building, turning it into the Casa Rosada Museum. (Casa Rosada is the Pink House, the official residence of the President of the Government).
The Environment division is also involved in other interesting projects, including the San Felipe sewage plant in San Miguel de Tucumán.
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