VIDEO: Isolux Corsán wins transmission contract in Mexico

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Isolux Corsán won a contract for the construction of 26 miles of transmission lines in Mexico.

The project includes the supply and construction of 26 miles of 400 kV and 115 kV transmission lines plus the new Regiomontano substation and the extension of the existing Cadereyta substation.

The project, awarded by the Federal Electricity Commission of Mexico, has a budget of $50 million.

The project is known as "1116D Transformación del Noreste" and is located in the State of Nuevo León, and includes the engineering, procurement and construction of 42 km. of 400 kV and 115 kV transmission lines.

In addition, the company will also be responsible for building the Regiomontano 500 MVA substation and the expansion of the existing Cadereyta substation.

This award, granted by the Federal Electricity Commission of Mexico under the Lump Sum Financed Public Works contracting model has a budget of $50 million and an execution period of 480 days.

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