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Isolux Corsán has been operating in México since 1991 with a high profile in all the company's areas of activity. Since it began that year with power transmission and distribution, it has built nearly 5,000 kilometers of high-voltage lines and 50 substations, becoming the preferred provider for the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE).

Isolux Corsán has also developed three power generation plants: The Guerrero Negro power plant (South Baja California) with an installed capacity of 10 MW, and the rehabilitation of the two generation units of the coal-fired power station, "Plutarco Elías Calles", with 600 MW installed capacity (Guerrero State). Recently, it built the combined-cycle plant, Central de Ciclo Combinado Baja California II (Rosarito), with an installed capacity of 272 MW.

For the last 20 years,Mexico has been a strategic market for all the Isolux Corsán business areas.

In telecommunications, Isolux Corsán has been responsible for the implementation of optical fibre along approximately 7,300 km of high-voltage lines. For this, it placed 800 repeaters for the Movistar and Telcel mobile phone networks.

The construction of transport infrastructure is another source of growth for the company in Mexico. It has been awarded for the construction of the Saltillo-Monterrey  road (95 kilometers). It also won the construction of the Perote-Xalapa road, in the State of Veracruz (60 kilometers).

The Isolux Corsán Building area has built and equips 3  hospitals for the Mexican Social Security Institute and for the government of the State of Chiapas. To date, its hospitals provide the local population with a total of 120 beds.

In the Industry and Environment area, the company has engineered the works on the waste-water treatment plant at Puerto Vallarta (Jalisco) and the sulphur recovery plant SRU-2 in the Salamanca refinery, with an investment of €35m, which is the company's first incursion into the oil & gas business in the country.

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