Graña y Montero’s subsidiary wins $149M contract in Colombia

WCN Editorial Team 13 Sep 2016 SOUTH AMERICA ENERGY & UTILITIES

A consortium formed by Morelco, a subsidiary of Peruvian construction firm Graña y Montero, has won a $149M contract to deliver the Regional Transmission System located in the Colombian Atlantic Coast.


The contract has been awarded by the Mining and Energy Planning Unit (UPME) — an entity of the Ministry of Mines and Energy responsible for the design, supplies procurement, construction, operation and maintenance of the electrical reinforcement of Guajira Province.



The project is expected to maintain the stability of the Atlantic Coast transmission lines system.


Construction work is expected to last for 39 months. The project has operation and maintenance tenure for 25 years.  


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