GES has started the construction of 52MW wind farm for Engie in Tamaulipas state in Mexico.
The contract includes the complete Balance of Plant of the project: civil works, medium voltage line, substation, high voltage line and two new positions at the interconnection substation.
The project is the third phase of the Tres Mesas wind farm, that was awarded to ENGIE in the second auction, back in September 2016. GES will be in charge of the detailed engineering of the project and the construction.
GES has an in-house engineering team, which enables the company to walk together withits customer from the very beginning of the project, in the first stages, when it is still under development, optimizing cost and resources as much as possible.
GES has a long-standing, strong presence in the Mexican market, with more than 730MW constructed, 2,000MW installed and a local team of 150 professionals.
These figures also count with the global reputation support. GES has an unmatched track record, with more than 12GW constructed in more than 40 countries and 20 years experience in construction and services for the renewable sector.