Graña y Montero is a group of 23 engineering and infrastructure service companies operating in 7 countries in Latin America, with more than 4,500 professionals and over 9,500 employees.
The mission of Graña y Montero is to find engineering and infrastructure service solutions for its clients, beyond contractual obligations, operating in a setting that motivates and encourages the development of its employees, respecting the environment and in harmony with the communities where it operates, and ensuring a return for its shareholders.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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