Spain's Sacyr, formerly Sacyr Vallehermoso, is a diversified group engaged in construction, property development, concessions and services. It mainly focuses on contracting, managing, and executing of public and private works projects, including transport infrastructures (freeways, highways and roads), waterworks, railroads, ports, construction works, airport infrastructure and environmental works. In Latin America, the group is active in Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Colombia, and Mexico, where the company has been awarded with contracts for the construction of two stretches of line No. 3 of the Guadalajara light train, in Mexico; the rehabilitation and improvement of the Cochabamba-Cutervo-Santo Domingo de Capilla-Chiple tranche of a highway in Peru; and the São Francisco River integration project in Brazil. Its concession area, led by Sacyr Concesiones, includes six tollroad operations and one hospital in Chile, and one highway in Peru. The Spanish firm is also part of consortium Grupo Unidos por el Canal (GUPC), the contractor responsible for the design and construction of the Panama Canal's third set of locks, the main project of the waterway's major expansion. The group's industrial unit is engaged in projects of power generation, waste treatment plants, oil and gas, and electrical installations; while its service unit operates through Valoriza Gestión in the development of environmental and multi-services operations.