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+100 years building history

Amongst the many projects carried out by the OHL Group over more than one hundred years of history are certain emblematic works in terms of size, complexity, technical innovation or social scope. This section gathers a non-exhaustive catalogue of some of these activities.


A-19 highway in Barcelona (Spain) and Route 60, Panquehue Bypass (Chile)

A-19 highway in Barcelona (Spain), one of the most relevant civil works of Obrascón in the seventies. In 2018, OHL has completed the construction of Route 60, Panquehue Bypass, integrated into the Bi-Oceanic Corridor.


General Hospital in Getafe (Spain) and The Lennar Medical Center (USA)

The General Hospital in Getafe, located in the South of Madrid (Spain), has a surface area of more than 78,500 m2 and it was opened to the public in 1991. In 2016, The Lennar Foundation Medical Center was inaugurated. It has a surface area of close to 240,000 m2 and is located at the University of Miami Coral Gables Campus, in Florida (USA).


Guadalmena Dam (Spain) and Colbun-Machicura hydroelectrical complex (Chile)

The Guadalmena Dam in Jaén (Spain) started operating in 1969. At an international level, in 1985, the construction of the Colbun-Machicura hydroelectrical complex was conceived as the largest  power plant of its time in the country.


The Vielha tunnel (Spain) and the Královo Pole tunnel (Czech Republic)

The Vielha tunnel, integrated in the N-230 National Road, links the counties of Alta Ribagorza and Valle de Arán in Lleida (Spain) and was built in 2007. In addition, the Company built the Královo Pole tunnels in the Czech Republic which were opened to traffic in 2012


Professional Music Conservatory (Spain) and South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (USA)

Professional Music Conservatory in Santiago de Compostela, in A Coruña (Spain), built in 2004. Moreover, multi-disciplinary center of South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center, in EEUU, in 2011.