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15/09/2021

ICEACSA Group celebrates 10 years of stable presence in Latin America

Since its foundation in 1985, ICEACSA has positioned itself in the market as a pioneering and leading consultancy firm in the integral development of projects in the fields of engineering in general, transport infrastructures, mobility management, water and environment and territorial, urban and building development. In an environment that has taken on a global dimension,

10/09/2021

ICEACSA Mexico, a member of the Consortium that has been the Managing and Supervising Agent (AAS) of the Atlacomulco-Maravatío highway section since 2018, supervised the construction and commissioning of three new pedestrian walkways.

The Atlacomulco-Maravatío Highway is operated under the Performance Standards Operation Model (MOE), and the AAS team is responsible for ensuring compliance with performance standards in terms of operation and maintenance.   The Atlacomulco-Maravatío highway is a 64 km long toll road, with two two-lane sections in each direction, located between the states of Mexico and

06/09/2021

IN 2022 ICEACSA WILL BE CALLED ANTEA GROUP

The first quarter of 2022 will see the culmination of the integration process of ICEACSA Grupo into the Dutch engineering group Antea Group, a stage that began in November 2017 and which will be completed next year with the change of corporate names and the adoption of the Antea Group trademark across the board for

03/09/2021

ICEACSA Consultants in a joint venture with the Spanish Road Association will draft the Galician Road Safety Plan 2021-2025.

The Plan will form part of the current national and international road safety strategies in the application of Vision Zero principles.   The work to be carried out by the ICEACSA-AEC joint venture includes the drafting and subsequent monitoring of the Galician Road Safety Plan 2021-2025, with the mission of reducing the number of road

30/08/2021

ICEACSA Consultores has been awarded the contract for the “Study of the sewage infrastructures and drafting of the project to improve the sewage network and the wastewater treatment plant in O Barco de Valdeorras”.

The project aims to tackle the leaks of clean water that cause the sewage treatment plant to malfunction due to increased flow. In October 2015, work was completed on the extension of the O Barco de Valdeorras WWTP, designed for a population of 13,124 inhabitants. In this project, calculations were made of the flows entering