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Construcciones Electromecánicas del Oeste S.A.

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Construcciones Electromecánicas del Oeste S.A. (Ceosa) is an Argentinean engineering and construction company based in Carrodilla, belonging to the Ceosa Group which began its operations in 1970 as a power line construction contractor. Ceosa develops EPC projects of roads, highways, railways, power transmission lines, fiber optic networks, sewer systems, bridges, gas pipelines, and housing projects. Ceosa has developed the Mendoza Norte Compressor Station in Las Heras; the bridge over Sáenz Street in Mendoza; the rehabilitation of 27,000 m2 of pavement in Tupungato, Mendoza; and the construction of the water purification plant in Lulunta, Mendoza, which can produce 160m3/h of drinking water.

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