Construction Work

132 kV High Voltage Transmission Line “Iberá´s Substation — Paso de los Libres Norte´s Substation”

The sco­pe of work inclu­ded the execu­ti­ve pro­ject, the detai­led engi­nee­ring, the supply of mate­rials and the cons­truc­tion of a 132 kV sin­gle cir­cuit line, desig­ned for dou­ble cir­cuit line, bet­ween Iberá´s Subs­ta­tion (loca­ted in the town of Mer­ce­des) and Paso de Los Libres Nor­te, in Corrien­tes Pro­vin­ce, Argen­ti­na.

The sche­du­led time for the execu­tion of our con­tract was eigh­teen months.

The length of the line is 74 km and it was built with rein­for­ced con­cre­te poles, 300/50 mm² alu­mi­num-steel con­duc­tor cable and OPGW for com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

The work was com­ple­ted on August 4th, 2016.

132 kV High Voltage Transmission Line “Brugne´s Substation — Future Saladas Substation”

The sco­pe of work inclu­ded the execu­ti­ve pro­ject, the detai­led engi­nee­ring, the supply of mate­rials for the cons­truc­tion and the cons­truc­tion of a 132 kV dou­ble cir­cuit line bet­ween Brugne´s Subs­ta­tion (loca­ted in the town of San Loren­zo) and Sala­das, loca­ted in Corrien­tes Pro­vin­ce, Argen­ti­na.

The sche­du­led time for the execu­tion of our con­tract was four­teen months.

The length of the line is about 24 km. It was built with steel struc­tu­res, 300/50 mm² alu­mi­num-steel con­duc­tor cable, steel ground wire and OPGW.

The contract´s sco­pe of work, as was men­tio­ned abo­ve, inclu­ded the execu­ti­ve pro­ject, the detai­led engi­nee­ring, the supply of mate­rials and the cons­truc­tion of a, 4.18 km long, 33 kV medium vol­ta­ge line, loca­ted in the town of Sala­das, and a swit­ching sta­tion.

The work was com­ple­ted on July 17th, 2017.

132 kV High Voltage Transmission Line “Bahía Blanca´s Substation — Luz Tres Picos Oeste´s Substation”

The pur­po­se of the 132 kV dou­ble cir­cuit line that links Tres Picos Oeste´s and Bahía Blanca´s Subs­ta­tions is to trans­port the energy that pro­du­ces both El Mata­co and San Jorge´s Wind Farms.

Built with pres­tres­sed con­cre­te poles, the line has two con­duc­tors per pha­se, in ver­ti­cal copla­nar con­fi­gu­ra­tion, a 50 mm² ground wire against atmosp­he­ric dis­char­ges and an OPGW for com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

Throug­hout its 48-kilo­me­ters of length, con­sis­ting of 333 struc­tu­res, the line cros­ses Natio­nal Rou­te Nº33, two rail tracks, one 132 kV over­head power line, the Naposta´s Stream and by reaching Bahía Blanca´s Subs­ta­tion, three extra high vol­ta­ge 500 kV power lines.

The work requi­red a high level of engi­nee­ring with more than 70 cons­truc­tion dra­wings and 85 cal­cu­la­tions reports.

The cons­truc­tion requi­red more than 3,200 m³ of con­cre­te, 120 tons of iron and 290 km of con­duc­tors.

More than one hun­dred peo­ple were emplo­yed, excee­ding a total of 150,000 man-hours, pro­vi­ding jobs to the enti­re region.

The bene­fit of buil­ding the line is to pro­vi­de 380.000 homes with energy.