Mota-Engil is a Portuguese industrial conglomerate providing services for civil engineering and construction of bridges, dams, industrial buildings, schools, chimneys and roads; energy and steel works (including steel structures, energy equipments and electricity); transport concessions and environment and services (waste, water treatment and multi services). The company has operations in Europe, Africa and America.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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The National Infrastructure Agency (ANI) has advances in the bidding process for maintenance, conservation and improvement of the La Dorada (Caldas) - Chiriguaná (Cesar) railway corridor f...Read more
The Lagos State Government has announced the preferred bidder for the Fourth Mainland Bridge PPP project in Lagos, Nigeria.Read more
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