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VIAL Y VIVES-DSD CONTINUES TO WIN TENDERS AND OBTAINS NEW US 12 MILLION DOLLAR CONTRACT

The company, which is known for its extensive experience in the construction and assembly of important chemical and mining process plants, as well as industrial and civil works, will begin work on a new contract for equipment maintenance services at the Aconcagua Refinery located in the community of Con-Con in the Fifth Region. 

Assuming leadership on the national scene once again with the awarding of important projects for Minera Spence and Minera Escondida, Vial y Vives - DSD has recently been awarded a contract for equipment maintenance services at the ENAP Aconcagua Refinery, located in the community of Con-Con.  

The US 12 million-dollar contract is for maintenance services, which will be provided over a 120-day period in the refinery’s catalytic cracking unit. Vial y Vives-DSD S.A. has extensive experience providing services of this type, having executed similar contracts with ENAP Refinerías S.A. and other companies in the past.

The general manager of Vial y Vives-DSD, Javier Vaca, commented that, “This contract reflects our customers’ confidence in the quality of the services and the added value we provide, and expands our portfolio of projects in engineering, procurement and construction activities.” He added that the awarding of this contract “is a sign of our company’s readiness to successfully take on major construction projects in Chile.”

Vial y Vives-DSD is the construction branch of Graña y Montero’s Engineering and Construction area in Chile. Over the course of its 40-year history, it has participated in important construction and mining-plant assembly projects in Chile. In addition, it has carried out different projects throughout the country, including chemical plants, hydroelectric plants, aqueducts, tunnels, viaducts, industrial works and building-construction projects.

The Graña y Montero Group is a company with an 85-year history and three lines of business: Engineering and Construction, Infrastructure, and Real Estate, with permanent operations in Peru, Chile and Colombia. With 28,000 workers, the Graña y Montero Group’s objective is to provide excellent technical work based on its values of quality, reliability, efficiency, safety and responsibility. Through its work, it seeks to make a difference and bring about welfare in society.