Salini Impregilo SpA is an Italian engineering company with global presence engaged in the construction of large-scale infrastructure such as dams, hydroelectric plants, waste-to-energy plants, hydraulic works, railways, subways, bridges, highways and roads, ports and airports. The company has operations in more than 50 countries and has developed projects in Brazil, Venezuela, Dominican Republic, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile, Honduras, Panama, Uruguay, and Paraguay. It has developed close to 2,000 projects, out of which 213 are located in South America. The Salini Impregilo group started operations in 1906, and it was founded in 2014, after the merger between Salini and Impregilo. Projects developed by the company include the Yacyretà hydroelectric project, in Argentina and Paraguay; the Anchieta - Imigrantes motorway system, between the Brazilian cities of São Paolo and Santos; and the construction of the new Cochabamba airport, in Bolivia. The company's headquarters are in Milan.