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Oil & Gas

Mejillones new LPG terminal

This project makes northern Chile independent of the supply of liquefied gas, reduced vehicle traffic and contributes to the development and independence of the area.


Geothermal plant Cerro Pabellón 3

Detailed engineering Gathering System of Cerro Pavilion 3, with scope of the disciplines civil structural, electrical and instrumental and control.


Tolpán Sur wind farm

Both parks are expected to provide clean energy to about 407,000 homes. The project is currently under construction.


Expansion of docking sites of the San Vicente Terminal

Following the earthquake of February 27, 2010, SVTI required a survey of the damage caused by the quake. Pares&Alvarez developed the studies, basic and detailed engineering to address these improvements, in addition to supporting the construction of the work.


Roofing coal yards in power Central Bocamina

The project considered the basic and detailed engineering, supplies, construction of civil works, manufacture and assembly of metal structures type geodesic dome to realize the coverage of the coal yard, which covered an area of 45,000 m2.


Solar PV Field “Luz del Norte”

The Luz del Norte project is the largest photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant in Latin America and occupies 478 hectares of land, diversifying Chile's energy portfolio.

Woods Products

Expansion of the Plywood Plant

As the detailed engineering began to progress, advances were made in the management of equipment purchases in order to begin construction, all under strict control of compliance with deadlines and CAPEX.

Woods Products

Teno MDP board plant

The project included the installation of two laminate lines for the production of melamine boards and an impregnation line for the preparation of the melamine papers required for the board laminate process.


Llay Llay Plant Expansion

Expansion of the glass packaging production plant and also considered the installation of a new furnace and three packaging production lines. For this, the existing industrial warehouse was expanded by 14,000 m2.


Enabling international logistics platform

The San Antonio Port Company hired Pares&Alvarez to develop the urbanization of the areas located south of the San Antonio Port, which would be oriented to the development of logistics activities.


Seawater system, Santa Maria power central

Pares&Alvarez developed the detailed engineering for the seawater system of the new plant, which included the capture, treatment and drive to the plant and its return to the sea.