Ferrovial Agroman to build a hydroelectric power plant for Endesa in Chile for 182 million euro

Ferrovial Agroman, Ferrovial’s construction subsidiary, has been chosen by electric utility Endesa to undertake the civil engineering work for the Los Cóndores hydroelectric plant in Chile. The contract is worth 250 million dollars, i.e. about 182 million euro.
Ferrovial’s construction subsidiary, Ferrovial Agroman, will undertake the civil engineering work for Endesa’s Los Cóndores hydroelectric plant, for 250 million dollars (182 million euro). The plant, located in the Maule region, 360 kilometres south of Santiago, will have an installed capacity of 150 MW.
The project includes the construction of a 12-km intake tunnel, a machinery hall 40 metres high, and a shielded penstock with a 470-metre head. Ferrovial will also execute the underground excavation work and build the access tunnel to the machinery hall. The execution period for the project, which will begin in 2014, is four years.