Engineering and Construction: With over 80 years of experience, the Graña y Montero’s Engineering and Construction area is the strategic partner to carry out projects in the region. It has operated in 9 Latin American countries and has permanent presence in Peru and Chile.
The Graña y Montero’s Infrastructure area is the most important authorized dealer in Peru. It manages projects that require a high level of investment and long-term contracts.
It develops estate products for homes, offices, shops and industrial lots in all market segments, offering a world-class architecture that provides welfare to its clients.
The Technical Service area groups the companies engaged in the operation of infrastructure, electricity networks, operational processes and information technology.
After 81 years, Graña y Montero continues to grow with the same enthusiasm and vision for the future shared by three young engineers in 1933.
Markedly stronger and more diversified, with large-scale projects here and abroad, with a larger human team, with a common goal: operate under the principles and values that characterize the Graña y Montero Style.
The history begins in 1933 when the founders decided to join together in order to "combine knowledge to perform any work", visionary statement that collects the origin of the Graña y Montero’s style.
Values such as Quality, Compliance, Reliability and Efficiency as well as the strategies outlined by the organization do not arise from chance or a short-term perspective, they arise from the principles or foundations of a great collective work called Graña y Montero.
Within our sustainability vision, we make of every one of our activities an opportunity for a positive change in society, by sharing the knowledge and attitudes which support good citizen behavior.
We are aware that the infrastructure and services we provide cannot generate development by themselves. We need persons and institutions with the abilities and attitudes required to use this infrastructure properly... For such purpose, we have designed the Civic Development Model.