Peruvian company Cosapi provides a range of engineering, construction, mining, and real estate project management services. Among its projects, the company has carried out structural excavation and concrete foundation work for local miner Antamina; worked on an outpatient unit contracted by Peru's public health agency Essalud for the Guillermo Almenara hospital; and carried out metal fencing, asphalt and other work for Chicago Bridge & Iron. Cosapi is also a member of the consortium that won the concession to build line No.2 of the Lima metro. The company employs some 1,000 people and has branches in Dominican Republic, Colombia, and Chile, where it is involved in the design and execution of civil works projects. Cosapi was created in 1963 from the SADE-PIVASA partnership and is headquartered in Lima.