Our purpose is to deliver integral solutions through design, calculation, modeling and deliverables generation for the implementation of industrial and infrastructure initiatives. We ensure the success of our clients through an adequate integration of Vendor engineering with our engineering disciplines that include process, civil, structural, architecture, electrical, mechanical, piping and instrumentation and control.
Our teams are made up of experienced engineers who have worked on multiple projects in different industries.
Minera Zaldívar, of Antofagasta Minerals, selected Pares&Alvarez to develop the detailed engineering and procurement of the project. Previously, our Consulting department had collaborated with AMSA's Corporate Vice Presidency in the feasibility study stage and basic engineering.
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.
Both parks are expected to provide clean energy to about 407,000 homes. The project is currently under construction.
Detailed engineering Gathering System of Cerro Pavilion 3, with scope of the disciplines civil structural, electrical and instrumental and control.
Detailed engineering for the SWRO desalination plant of 85,000 m2, through the BIM methodology.
This new plant, which doubles the output capacity of the La Negra Chemical Plant, is a responds the Albemarle expansion plan and commitment to consolidate Chile as one of the major players in the global lithium industry.
Complete palletization of the production process of the Plant, which involved the installation of palletizing equipment for LPG cylinders in the production lines of packaging of cylinders of 5, 11 and 15Kg.
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.
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.
The project developed by P&A considered the design of a desalination plant from seawater intake to processed water for Radomiro Tomic Division, Codelco.
Improvement of the Service and Instruments air systems of Ventanas 1 and 2. In addition, engineering was done for ESVAL's water use solution.
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.
The EPC was developed for two storage silos (750 ton) and compact lime milk preparation systems (8.6 ton/h).
The project for Maersk Container Industry was executed under the EPCM modality.
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.
The development of the project to reduce energy consumption included conceptual, basic and detailed engineering.
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.
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.
Conceptual, basic and detailed engineering in all specialties; management of the procurement of equipment abroad, archaeological survey and obtaining related environmental permits.
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.
The project involved the construction of a new 10,000 m3 diesel storage tank.
The project consisted of the transfer of 4 tanks from the area assigned to the new alkylation plant of the Aconcagua Oil Refinery.
The project consisted in the design of the new PANNA 4 ammonium nitrate plant, which expanded the Prillex America complex.