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30/04/2019

Sacyr wins new building projects totalling 60 million euros

•In Málaga, Huelva, Estepona and Mataró

Edificio Halia (Málaga)
Edificio La Joya (Huelva)
Oasis. Estepona (Málaga)
Mirador del Maresme en Mataró

Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructures has won several residential construction projects in Estepona, Málaga, Huelva and Mataró totalling 60.5 million euros.

For Kronos Home, we will build the "Oasis 325" development in Estepona (Málaga), which will have 127 design homes with storage rooms, garages, heated pool and community pool in the first phase. The project consists of six blocks with 4 graded floors, each distributed in 2 basements, ground floor, 2 floors and attic.

For Metrovacesa, Sacyr Infrastructures will build the "Edificio Halia” complex, in the area of Torre del Río on Málaga’s beach front. The property will include 99 homes, parking lots, storage rooms and swimming pools; it will be arranged on 3 floors below ground, ground floor, 6 floors and an attic. The project has been carried out by the architects Mario Romero González and Javier Higuera Mata of HCP Arquitectos Urbanistas.

We are going to build the second phase of the development that we are already running called "La Joya", for SDIN Residencial, in Huelva. It consists of two blocks on the ground floor and 7 floors. The basements are already completed as they belong to the first phase of this development. The project was drafted by architects Teresa Escribano and Gustavo Águila of Arquitectura Valparaiso studio. The surface area to be built will be 9,190 m2.

In Mataró (Barcelona), we are going to build the "Mirador del Maresme” for Port Mataró: a residential complex of 97 homes with 15 shops and parking lots distributed in 3 blocks of 10 storeys.