Created in 2009, OHL Industrial México, S.A. de C.V. is Spanish construction group OHL's local office for its industrial division in the Latin American country. The company provides engineering and construction services for large-scale turnkey industrial projects. Its first project in Mexico, in 2010, was the design, construction, as well as the procurement, assembly and launching of a limestone crushing plant, in the state of Hidalgo. Other projects developed by OHL Industrial México include an EPC project for a 60MW cogeneration plant, in Veracruz state; a 35MW cogeneration plant for the Francisco I Madero de Tampico refinery, in Tamaulipas; a 25,000Nm³/h hydrogen plant, in Cadereyta Jiménez; a 770MW natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant, in Empalme, Sonora state; and a solidifying sulfur plant, in Coatzacoalcos' sulfur storage and distribution marine terminal, in the state of Veracruz. OHL Industrial México is headquartered in Ciudad de México.