We would like to welcome Sacyr as a new Patron of the Spanish Chamber.
Sacyr is a global infrastructure and services company, expert in turning challenges into achievements. Operating in nearly 30 countries and a workforce of 30,000 professionals, it is one of the main global contractors and is already among the 10 largest in Latin America.
Innovation, international growth, sustainability and the execution of complex projects have made Sacyr and its subsidiaries an international benchmark.
Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructures stands out thanks to its high qualification rate and experience in all types of construction. Among its works, stand out more than 3,300 km of highways and express roads, 64 km of tunnels and more than 107 km of viaducts; hydraulic works such as the Third Set of Locks for the Expansion of the Panama Canal; airport works; ports; hospitals; residential building and urbanization works.
Sacyr Concessions is ranked sixth developer worldwide in the PPP market, currently managing 35 assets distributed in 10 countries that include: highways (3,755 km), social and health projects (more than 2,500 beds) and transport interchanges.
Sacyr Industrial designs and builds waste treatment and recovery plants, electrical infrastructures, Oil & Gas, EPC water projects, among other projects.
Sacyr Services develops a wide range of businesses: environmental services, full water cycle and other related activities. It´s permanently focused on providing a complete service for its clients and meeting all their needs.
Valoriza Agua is the sixth largest company in the world for desalinated water capacity and carries out the water management cycle, it has designed and built more than 100 brackish and sea water desalination, purification, and reuse plants.
Valoriza Conservación de Infraestructuras is the Sacyr company devoted to maintenance work on all kinds of road infrastructures (10,000 kilometers of roads and highways in Spain, Chile, Mexico, Uruguay and Peru), dams, ports, irrigation canals and hydroelectric power plants.
Should you want to know more about our new Patron, please visit their website: