Spanish private-held engineering and construction firm Grupo Isolux Corsán S.A. operates in four business lines: concessions, construction, engineering and industrial services, and renewable power. The company has a presence in Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa, while in Latin America it has offices in Mexico, Panama, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela. In Bolivia, the company is building the second section of the Oruro-La Paz dual carriageway. In 2014, it signed a contract to build a hydropower plant in La Paz department. That same year, the firm was awarded a contract for the construction of 42 km of transmission lines in Mexico, in Nuevo León state. Isolux Corsán has built more than 5,000 km of transmission lines in Mexico, where it manages two highways concession, Saltillo-Monterrey and Perote-Xalapa Banderilla. The company operates the Salto Andersen hydro facility in Argentina, where it is also part of the consortium in charge of the 637MW Chihuido I project. In Brazil, it won the right to build and operate the 500kV, 527km-Tucuruí-Xingu-Jurupari transmission line and the 500/230kV Xingu and Jurupari substations in Pará state in 2008.