On 7 July, Peru’s Minister of Transport and Communications, José Gallardo, presided over the official groundbreaking ceremony for work on the project to improve the runway at Jauja Airport. This contract, worth approximately four million euros, was awarded to the Peru Consortium of which Rubau is a member, on 27 May.
The work, which will take three months to complete, has created positive expectations in the region for the range of economic and social advantages that it is expected to offer. The renovation and improvement of the runway surface will increase both the level of service and safety at the airport, allowing access by larger sized aircraft, thus allowing the Mantaro area to be linked by air with the coast, increasing the area’s tourist potential and boosting the local economy.
This contract represents the further consolidation of Rubau’s presence in the Peruvian market, helping the country to grow and keeping people connected with the construction and improvement of transport infrastructure.
PRESS CLIPPING. JANUARY 2019
On 24 November, Minister of Development José Luis Ábalos attended the opening of the stretch of the A-2 dual carriageway between Sils and Maçanet de la Selva (Girona). The project, with a budget totalling more than 24 million euros, has been carried out by Construcciones Rubau. The building of this section is a key step […]
On the occasion of 208th anniversary of Potosí City the last 10 of November, the Ministry of Communication of Bolivia launched a promotional video of one of the most relevant projects that are currently under construction: The Third Level Hospital of Potosí. This significant health infrastructure is being taken on by RUBAU BOLIVIA in partnership […]
Last Tuesday, October 30, Mayor Maurice Armitage inaugurated the extension of Avenida Ciudad de Cali between Carrera 50 and Carrera 80. The project has been carried out by a business consortium of which RUBAU is the principle member. The project has consisted of the building of two road bridges, one over the Canal Interceptor Sur […]