P&A participated in the first phase of the project by updating the basic engineering, up to the first milestone corresponding to the definition of the main equipment.
The importance of this new terminal lies in the fact that from now on, all liquefied gas distributed in the north will be unloaded in Mejillones and not in Valparaíso.
The Project consisted of designing a brine preparation plant and introducing a leaching process with high chlorine content.
EPC project to build a secondary and tertiary crushing plant parallel to the existing line.
The project to increase production from 240,000 m3/year to 500,000 m3/year of finished plywood also included a 31,000 m2 expansion of the industrial building.
The project carried out by Pares&Alvarez contemplated increasing the factory's production capacity to 405 tons/day of molten glass.
The maritime works were designed to support at least a future desalinated water production of 163,350 m3/day equivalent to 1,890 l/s. At the same time, the plant would have the particularity of producing water in steps up to 840 l/s, reaching a production of 2,177,280 m3/month.