CEMOSA will carry out the energy audit of the Málaga Maternity Hospital with the aim of achieving savings of more than 30% in the consumption of non-renewable primary energy. To this end, improvements in the building envelope, replacement of air conditioning equipment, optimisation of domestic hot water production and the installation of photovoltaic solar panels, among other Energy Saving Measures, will be studied.
From its Sustainability Area, CEMOSA brings its knowledge and experience in Next Generation projects whose final objective is to tackle the challenges faced by society in relation to the energy crisis and climate change.
Last August, the Consorcium “Autopista del Caribe”, formed by CEMOSA COLOMBIA, VQ Ingeniería S.A.S. and ICOEM Colombia S.A.S., was awarded the comprehensive audit for the concession contract for the new road network Project of Valle del Cauca that will connect through this corridor with the Cali and Palmira accesses, being the first 5G road in Colombia.
The initiative will benefit more than 3.300.000 habitants from 17 different municipalities in the departments of Cauca and Valle del Cauca.
At CEMOSA COLOMBIA, we remain committed to the development of the country’s infrastructure, which is why we actively participate, promoting the connection between regions and the urban development of our cities.
Don’t forget to attend tomorrow to the 1st NFU Iberoamerican MeetingELT (end-of-life tyres) aspahlt mixtures!
Our Quality Control Manager, Mr. Manuel Salas, will give a presentation on the Technical Specifications of Asphalt Mixes with ELT, and will propose the drafting of an Iberoamerican regulation for this type of materials, considering their durability and sustainability.
The meeting will take place tomorrow, March 16, from 10:00 AM Argentinean time, through the ZOOM platform.
The meeting organized by the Engineer Gerardo Botasso.
At CEMOSA COLOMBIA, we remain committed to actively participate in the Energy Transition of the country.
As evidence of this, we have signed our first Renewable Energy contract for the Design and Detailed Engineering of the Project ‘Fundación del Verano Solar’, a Photovoltaic Plant with a capacity of 100MW, located in the Department of Magdalena.
CEMOSA signs a Framework Agreement with Junta de Andalucía (Andalusian Regional Government) to develop the Energy Audit services in the properties of all the Andalusian provinces with which the Administration of the Junta de Andalucía and its instrumental entities have access.
CEMOSA is approved in the six lots of the Framework Agreement for an estimated value of € 6,576,274.86 to be developed in two years.
This agreement is part of the activities that CEMOSA’s Sustainability and Energy Efficiency area has been developing for public and private clients, as well as in R&D projects financed with European funds, thus contributing to the reduction of energy consumption from buildings and greenhouse gas emissions.
We are committed to Energy Efficiency and Sustainability!
This year 2022 is really special for us! We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of CEMOSA´s foundation.
Founded in 1972, in Málaga (Spain), it currently has offices throughout Spain, as well as a presence in 13 other countries, offering our experience in multiple sectors of activity.
The CEMOSA team are thankful you all for the trust, confidence and support we have received in our first 50 years.
We would also like to thank the more than 1,000 professionals who currently make up our staff and give their all to achieve our common goal: to optimise the process of planning, construction, operation and maintenance of infrastructures that improve the quality of life of our fellow citizens and future generations.
Thank all of you for being part of these great 50 years of history, we look forward to share at least 50 more years with you!
Continuing on the development of photovoltaic energy, Castilla y León will carry out the construction of Virgen de Areños III Photovoltaic Plant, whose Facultative Management has been awarded to CEMOSA.
Virgen de Areños III Photovoltaic Plant will be in the municipality of Villota del Páramo (Palencia) and has a power of 50 MW, which will be achieved from the installation of more than 90,000 photovoltaic panels.
Virgen de Areños III Photovoltaic Project also includes the construction of a plant ST that has a 400/30/30 kV transformer of 125 MVA. The new 400 kV ST FV Virgen de Areños III – ST Carrión Renovables line, with a length of 22.1 km, will allow the evacuation of the energy generated by the plant to ST Carrión Renovables. This new line will have a first single section of approximately 12.1 km and a second double circuit section with a length of 10 km, which will be shared by the future FV Velilla 350 MWdc) that will also be built by Iberdrola Renovables. The future ST Carrión Renewables will be a collector and measurement of the border point. From this ST to REE’s ST Velilla 400 kV is reached via a new 400 kV overhead line of approximately 0.25km.
CEMOSA, in its position of Owner Engineering, will be responsible for monitoring the correct performance of civil works, mechanical and electrical assembly by the Contractors, in addition to the supervision in supply management, collection and assembly of the different equipment and commissioning, Quality Supervision, Environment and Health & Safety. Activities carried out both in the photovoltaic plant and for its evacuation infrastructure (substation and transmission line).
CEMOSA continues to bet on the strength and impulse of Renewable Energies, now through the construction of the Photovoltaic Plant that will begin the first quarter of this 2022.
The growth of CEMOSA on the photovoltaic business continues.
We are very proud of the great work of Technical Assistance to the Construction Management of our team of Engineering and Health & Safety Coordinators in the works of the new links with the AP-46 highway in Malaga (Spain).
The new links between the MA-20 motorway and the AP-46, into operation since a couple of weeks ago, have required the construction of an overpass over the MA-20 motorway and two viaducts of 128 metres (for each of the 2 branches parallel to the existing viaduct).
The project was executed in a record-breaking time of six months.