Founded in 1951, Uruguayan engineering and construction firm Saceem has become one of the country's main infrastructure development companies. It specializes in infrastructure project design, construction and maintenance works, including roads and bridges, industrial wastewater treatment plants, and energy and telecommunications projects. It is technically supported by European group AMEC-SPIE. The company has been a major player in developing and carrying out large infrastructure projects in Uruguay, including the Las Américas bridge and the Paso Severino dam. It recently completed the construction of a container terminal in Montevideo port and will take part in the construction of the port's dock C, through a consortium. In 2008, the majority of the firm's shares were purchased by Brazilian company Neocorp.
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