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GRUPO ORTIZ | 2010 REPORT

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CONTENTS

PRESENTATION

50th ANNIVERSARY OF GRUPO ORTIZ

HISTORY AND EVOLUTION

LINES OF BUSINESS

COMPANIES OF THE GROUP

I. ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL REPORT

II. SOCIAL AREA

II.1 HUMAN RESOURCES

II.2 CORPORATIVE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

II.3 QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT

II.4 PREVENTION AND SAFETY

II.5 R&D+i

III. AREAS OF BUSINESS

III.1 CONSTRUCTION

III.1.1 Civil works

III.1.2 Railroad

III.1.3 Construction

III.1.4 Rehabilitation

III.1.5 Services

III.1.6 Environment

III.2 ENERGY

III.2.1 Renewable energies

III.2.2 Energy services

III.2.3 Transmission and distribution lines,

voltage and substation works

III.2.4 Integral maintenance projects

III.2.5 Electromechanical assemblies and installation

III.3 REAL ESTATE

III.3.1 Subsidised housing

III.3.2 Residence for lease with the option to buy

III.3.3 Private housing

III.4 PUBLIC WORKS

Solar Energy

Motorways

Parking Facilities

Cultural

III.5 INTERNATIONAL

Peru

Colombia

Chile

Mexico

Italy

Hungary

Bulgaria

Poland

IV. DIRECTORY

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PRESENTATION

Our annual date with you, via our Activities Report published yearly

is of special importance this year. We can say that 2010, is a date

with a three-fold aim for all members of Grupo Ortiz.

On the one hand, we would like you to share in the transfer to

our New Headquarters, buildings with the maximum bio-climatic

qualification, which many of you already know and for those who

do not, we would like to present them in the different sections of

this report. They are, at the moment our “flag ship”, an example of

human and technical capability and used to house our employees,

and the best calling card that Grupo Ortiz can present when

it comes to valuing present and future possibilities in such a

complicated sector, as that of Construction.

On the other hand, we want to share our anniversary with

you. In January 2011, the parent company of the Group, Ortiz

Construcciones, turned fifty. Their beginnings in 1961, under the

commercial name of Ortiz y Cía., S.L. were not easy. I believe that

it has never been easy for those of us involved in the company for

more than forty years and, of course, times have never been as

complicated as those we have faced recently.

The baggage of those forerunners contained, a large dose of faith

in their possibilities, strenuous daily work and the capacity to

convince those following the same route that the project was worth

the trouble.

They were not mistaken. Fifty years later, that initial adventure has

become what is today Grupo Ortiz: A mighty business organization,

heir to the same faith proudly showed by our founders, comprising

more than 1,900 workers who continue to do a commendable

professional job. That once timid project is, today, a consolidated

reality.

The original activity of our company, Construction, has become

united over the years, to new business forms or possibilities.

Now, in 2011, Grupo Ortiz not only constructs, it also invests in

Energy with the purchase in recent years of companies dedicated

to electrical energy, which have incorporated a highly valuable

and professional management team. The Area of Energy is set

to be, at present, a special and relevant protagonist in the

future of our Group. This is already taking place in Spain and the

foundations are being laid, so that this same level can be reached

within a few years abroad.

We continue to maintain our Construction production, to grow in

Energy and new lines of business in Public works are appearing,

another value on the rise within our growth. In the real estate sector,

in which Grupo Ortiz has been involved for four years, uniquely

and exclusively in subsidised housing, not only is our activity being

maintained, but it may even be that we are constructing more

houses than during the golden era of the “real estate boom”. If our

baggage that we are bringing with us is difficult to explain when the

crisis is punishing countries with unusual virulence, it is even more

complex to do so, in the light of the job increase in our Group. But

we are convinced that the reasons are to be found in the master

plans that have moved this company from its beginnings: First of

all, due the effort and knowledge of all those who have formed

part of Grupo Ortiz throughout the years; secondly, due to the

continuous capitalization of the Group, investing in nothing other

than diversification and professionalization, and finally, due to the

trust and firmness in the company as a long-lasting project.

But we are not exempt either from the crisis. In spite of having

satisfactory results, we have had to stretch ourselves to the full

to adapt to such a complicated situation in which the contracts in

construction are scarce, payments dates are longer and new tax

factors are appearing that strike a blow to the already debilitated

treasury of the companies. However we will be able to draw

ourselves out of this situation, and become even stronger thanks

to the liquidity and capitalization of the Group, the good work of all

the employees, and the Solidarity, Firmness and Confidence that we

must provide to the entire enterprise structure.

A year ago exactly we announced our commitment and the

undeniable need to look for business Abroad. Today, twelve months

later, we are already working in Perú, Colombia and Italy, and have

headquarters in other Latin American countries and in the East of

Europe, in which we opting for important contracts and where we

will continue applying our particular model of work that has given

us such good results during these first fifty years of our life.

Finally, and as our third goal, in this Activities Report you have

before you, you will find the essence of our trajectory, the works of

which we are proudest and those that have meant a technical and

human challenge for those who work at Grupo Ortiz. Also, those

that have been involved in it throughout the years. A long list, that

without a doubt, we will continue to increase.

Juan Antonio Carpintero López

The President of Grupo Ortiz

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008 50th ANNIVERSARY OF GRUPO ORTIZ | THE HISTORY009

50th ANNIVERSARY OF GRUPO ORTIZ I THE HISTORY

January 31, 2011 saw Ortiz y

Cía, S.L., celebrate the 50th

anniversary of the founding of

the company, the origin of what is

today Grupo Ortiz.

At that time, the business goals were focused on the

execution of all type of works, by contract, from the

administration, or any other form, both for official or private

organizations, being able in addition to dedicate itself to any

other sort of industrial or mercantile activities decided on by

the Company´s Board. All of this on a very small scale, as

corresponds to a Company with very limited share capital.

Like any company starting out in difficult years, the

business activity caused them to centre their scope of

action in the Regions next to Madrid, such as the Region

of Castilla La Mancha, that of Madrid, or Castilla León,

then structured as the regions of Castilla La Vieja and

Castilla La Nueva. The first works concentrated on road

surfacing, reinforcements on secondary roads, ditches for

sanitation and water supply pipes, etc…

At the time, Spain was recovering from a civil war the

era of the industrial, economic and social development

Act of constitution of Ortiz y Cía., S.L., in 1961

policies were beginning, encouraged by the alliances with

The United States and other European countries that saw

our country, as a strategic ally against the Soviet Union.

With these perspectives Ortiz y Cía, S.L was born., with

a future that would be marked by the new beginning our

Country, but that counted on an essential characteristic

that has marked, and continues to mark, our enterprise´s

trajectory: a blind faith in the possibilities that lie within

all of those who comprise this great family, which today is

Grupo Ortiz.

And a clear example, many of those pioneers of Grupo

Ortiz who began in the Sixties as the first generation,

continue to have relatives from successive generations,

in some cases, there are third generations working in

companies belonging to the Grupo Ortiz at the present

time.

In 1963, the Government of Spain approved new

Development Plans that were to mean a great impulse

to the construction and the expansion of the large cities,

favouring in this way the arrival of the population from the

rural nuclei, to the large cities.

1970, saw the transformation of Ortiz y Cía, S.L. to Ortiz

y Cía. S.A. this era was very difficult for our company. The

The stone pavement of the Plaza Mayor was the first work by Ortiz y Cía., in Madrid

great economic crisis of 73 together with the institutional

crisis, consequence of the great political changes; in any

case, the truly important thing, was that the company

continued to exist and comply with our commitments.

The arrival of the Eighties, was to mark a turning

point in the activities of Ortiz y Cía, S.A. As we

said previously, the results obtained until then did

not indicate growth; it was a case of survival based

on strenuous efforts.

But at the beginning of the 80s, work continued

reinforcing surfaces and surface irrigation with fluidizised

bitumens or emulsions on 2nd class roads for Public

Works Departments and Provincial Delegations, mainly

in Madrid, Toledo, Ciudad Real, etc., and conservation

of schools, execution of environmental projects in parks

and Gardens, all this in the City council of Madrid, while

at the same time participating in the preparation and

remodelling of districts, for the then Ministry of Housing

Office in Madrid, that in the future was to become the

Madrid Institute of Housing, IVIMA.

This was a key and essential moment in the life of the

Company, this was when Ortiz begins to take roots

with the creation of other small companies, CONDISA

(1987), in order to undertake rehabilitation work and

the restoration of monuments, and INDITEC (1988),

dedicated to environmental works.

At the same time, it continued to be consolidated in the

execution of diverse works required by the City Council of

Madrid, like in the Replacement Action of buildings with

building pathologies of a diverse nature, all culminating

with the need to intervene by our demolition company, as

a result of an unfortunate fire in Almacenes Arias, in calle

Montera in Madrid.

It was a hard, but crucial time for Ortiz since the

complications in laying the way and to looking to become

consolidated in different construction and service services,

were united to the weakness in capitalization, along with the

assiduity in the lack of payments for the different works, that

forced continuous economic readjustment and the need to

continuously invest the possible profits when produced.

The first years of the decade of the 90 would be a

continuation of the previous decade, weathering the storm

of the first years with enormous sacrifice, given the lack

liquidity caused by the great delay in payment for the works.

This economic evil was indeed going to be the origin of

the reasonable position of Ortiz in 1995. During this year

and the previous one, slow payments were to be updated


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and the capitalization was reasonable due to the economic

exigencies of all the previous years. It is at the end of

1995, when the place of business was to become Santa

Mª Magdalena no. 14 and the name of the Company,

was changed from Ortiz y Compañía S.A. to Ortiz

Construcciones y Proyectos S.A.

During 1996, the company transferred to its new building

constructed for its company headquarters, the root of the

Grupo Ortiz, in Calle Santa Mª Magdalena no. 14 from

the Calle Zurbano no. 92, the previous headquarters of

the company.

During the month of April that year, once the General Plan

for Madrid had been carried out the first and important

land purchases were made in the UZP1.03 “Area of

Vallecas”, that were to continue until approximately

940,000 m 2 of rustic land were purchased, the reason why

we took part in the following years in its urban development.

During 1997 the first purchases were made in API 8.06

“Vereda de Ganapanes Peñachica” which was to allow to

us to take part in this urban development where the largest

re-accommodation of dwellings to have taken place in a

single action was to occur.

As we see, our company was positioning itself in the real

estate sector with enormous force, before the boom took

place, with an enormous bank overdraft for the purpose.

During the 90s Ortiz continues setting up small companies

to carry out different specialized activities. INDAGSA

(1991), Engineering company to design, calculate, make

and place on site, blocks or reinforced concrete plates,

for shopping centres, offices, houses etc… Iberproin

(1994), Gas installer and sales company. Agricas (1997),

Urbanizadora Gade (1997), real estate companies. Prorax

(1991), Real estate development and sales company.

It is indeed during these years, at

the end of the 90s, when the Ortiz

Company constitute the Group

and clearly position themselves

in the real estate sector before

the expansion of banking credit,

which is why the purchases of

land were financed with our own

resources, deferred payments or

the granting of building rights.

During the first years of the 21st century the development

and accomplishment of urban planning in which they

had entered the preceding years was the main focus,

but they did not take new positions in future real estate

activities, but rather the capital gains realised in the

urban development, they did not invest in new building

land, but reinvestment was directed to obtaining major

diversification.

In the second half of this decade, the growth and

diversification of the Company were already a fact.

The purchase or founding of companies took place,

like ASTEISA (2003) for water treatment; or real estate

companies like Ortiz Inmobiliaria (2003) and Buildings

Gade (2003) that were to become part of those in existence

and fortify our position in the real estate market; or

PROAKIS (2003) and ICMA (2004) that were to lay the

way for us in the railway sector, so strong at present, and

later with COSFESA (2007); ARIAN (2005) which was

to reinforce in Andalusia our presence in the market of

prefabricated concrete; and EMCA (2006), our Public

Works company. Also FORTEM (2005), company

dedicated to the specialized training of people who

intervene in emergencies.

By then, Grupo Ortiz was already considered one

of the companies with the brightest future on the

market. Far from being complacent, we set our sights on

emerging markets, like that of Energies. In 2007, buying

the electrical companies ELECOR and ELECFIRE; in

2009, JUAN GALINDO T& D Y TRS; in Construction,

we created IMPULSA GRUP ORTIZ to direct our

operations in Catalonia, and also in 2009, the bases laid set

down to go into Markets Abroad with the creation of the

company ORTIZ INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT

and the purchase of shares in what is today GRUPO

EOM that operates in Peru.

Last year, our presence abroad was consolidated with

companies who already have headquarters in Poland,

Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy, Peru, Colombia or Chile, which

currently completes the diversification that Grupo Ortiz

has carried out during last the two decades.

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50th ANNIVERSARY OF GRUPO ORTIZ I THE KEYS TO SUCCESS

And how has Grupo Ortiz been

able to maintain its status and

continue to set its sights on the

future in very turbulent times of

crisis?

The answer is to be found in the

two cornerstones on which our

work is based:

Proximity and the Quest for Customer Satisfaction

Which we arrive at thanks to our flexibility and adaptation

to change; rapid decision making, due to the commitment

with our employees and our shareholders.

The capitalization of the Group

Company stability has been vital, and the continued

reinvestment of practically all our profits. The Group

has maximized historically its economic results by using

all its fiscal advantages and means, like unrestricted

amortization, deductions for reinvestment and the creation

of a Group that is fiscally consolidated.

Low debt

The financing policy is based on minimum debt to allow

the investment in new businesses.

Diversification

Grupo Ortiz has shaped its company policy in several

areas of business (Construction, Energy, Real estate and

Public works) and, each of them, includes all its activities,

which is why it is better prepared to be able to execute any

type of work. This diversification also extends to the list of

clients. We have highly diversified companies that take care

of clients whose portfolio is increasingly more extensive

and with which we have secured excellent results, mainly

in difficult to execute construction work.

Demolition of the Windsor Building in Madrid

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50th ANNIVERSARY OF GRUPO ORTIZ I THE FUTURE

Grupo Ortiz has marked out a

Strategic Plan with a temporary

period until 2013. By then, and

following you guidelines drawn

up, Ortiz Group will continue

being a profitable and capitalized

Group, especially when it comes

to undertaking investments, with

capital stock nearing the €350

million mark as “pay-out” will

continue to be below 10%.

In the International Area, our company will have

a stable presence in at least five South American

countries: Peru, Colombia, Chile, Brazil and Mexico,

and in some countries in Eastern Europe, such as Poland,

Hungary and Bulgaria, which will mean that in 2013 the

International Area represents 30% of our business,

due to the increase of production and in the compensation

of economic cycles between Latin America and Europe,

and to the great development taking place in Eastern

Europe with the arrival of European Funds.

Both on a national and international level, Grupo

Ortiz will be more diversified, with four Areas of

Business already developed:

· Construction

· Energy

· Real estate

· Public works

With a continuing high level of importance in the

construction sector, but with significant increases in the rest

of the lines of business.

Our international growth and Energy sector

growth, fields in which Grupo Ortiz is soundly

committed to, will bring us to €1,000 Million in

production, in order to gain a larger share, in agreement

with the exigencies of the international market that

will allow use access to works of greater dimension, but

without leaving behind the works which we have always

taken care of, irrespective of their economic quantity,

and that always have always formed part of the policy of

company.

Therefore, all things considered, we are committed to

organic growth, that gives priority to profitable growth

over volume; that our present business is based on a

diversified portfolio; that the new investments lack

demand risk; that the acquisition of companies contributes

incremental synergies to the Group; that the real estate

development is based around subsidised house; and, finally,

and we are committed to an agreed plan of disinvestment

and rotation of nonstrategic assets to undertake this

defined strategic plan.

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HISTORY AND EVOLUTION | HEADQUARTERS

Until 1996

1996-2010

Current

headquarters

HISTORICAL EVOLUTION | GRUPO ORTIZ HEADQUARTERS

In its first years, Ortiz y Cía, S.L. occupied successive headquarters in the

capital, such as the one on Gran Via in Madrid, Plaza Beata María Ana

de Jesús or on calle Viriato. The later locations of the Grupo Ortiz offices

were:

• C/ Zurbano, 92

• C/ Sta. Maria Magdalena, 14

• Avda. del Ensanche de Vallecas, 44

HISTORICAL EVOLUTION | CORPORATIVE IMAGE OF GRUPO ORTIZ

• Responsibility, respectability and tradition.

•It evokes energy, vigour, willpower and leadership capacity.

• The circle gives the sensation of movement, of rotation.

• The open circle; a reference to space in construction.

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HISTORY AND EVOLUTION | CORPORATIVE IMAGE017

HISTORY AND EVOLUTION I HEADQUARTERS HISTORY AND EVOLUTION I CORPORATIVE IMAGE

1961-1992

1993-2006

2007-present


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HISTORY AND EVOLUTION I CHRONOLOGICAL TREE

1961 1987 1988 1991 1993 1994 1997 1998

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010

AGUEDA EDUCATIS

EL ARCE

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LINES OF BUSINESS I COMPANY STRUCTURE

COMPANY STRUCTURE

100% CONSTRUCTION ENERGY REAL ESTATE PUBLIC WORKS INTERNATIONAL

ORTIZ CONSTRUCCIONES

IMPULSA

CONDISA

INDITEC

ASTEISA

INDAGSA

COSFESA

ICMA-PROAKIS

≤50% ARIAN

EXPOCIENCIA

ORTIZ ENERGÍA

ELECOR

JUAN GALINDO T&D

TENDIDOS Y REDES DEL SUR

ALTEN

I. NAVACERRADA

I. CADENA

SOLEX 1

ORTIZ ÁREA INMOBILIARIA

PRORAX

AGRICASA

EL ARCE DE VILLALBA

URBANIZADORA GADE

INMUEBLES GADE

EMCA

CONCESIONARIA COLLADO VILLALBA

AGUEDA EDUCATIS

VIARIO A31

ACCESOS DE IBIZA

BULEVAR DE ARTE Y CULTURA GESTIÓN

ORTIZ INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT

ORTIZ PERÚ

ORTIZ COLOMBIA

ORTIZ POLSKA

ORTIZ ELEKTRA

ORTIZ CHILE

EOM PERÚ

MEDSOLAR SPV10, S.R.L.

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022 COMPANIES OF THE GROUP | CONSTRUCTION023

CONSTRUCTION

COMPANIES OF THE GROUP I CONSTRUCTION

Founded in 1961 the parent company of

what is today Grupo Ortiz. Among its main

activities is the construction of civil works: dual

carriageways, motorways and roads, hydraulic

and industrial engineering works, and car-parks;

building, services, conservation of infrastructure,

replacement execution, etc.

Construction company of recent creation, gives

cover to Grupo Ortiz in the area of Catalonia and is

specialized in civil work, construction, conservation

of infrastructures, etc.

Company specialized in rehabilitation and

monument restoration and buildings of historical,

artistic and/or singular value throughout the

national territory, such as cathedrals and religious

buildings, castles, bridges, public buildings and

personal property.

Founded on 1992, its main activity consists in

designing and developing construction systems

for building based on the use of structural

prefabricated reinforced concrete elements.

INDAGSA has its own industrialized construction

system, the INDAGSA CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM.

RAILWAY

ENVIRONMENT

Company dedicated to the construction and

maintenance of railway lines. Equipped with stateof-the

art track heavy machinery which include:

a tamping machine, 4 line and points tamping

machine, a dynamic stabilizer and 3 ballast profiling

machines, 6 tamping belts, etc.

This is the company in the Grupo Ortiz which

specializes primarily in wide-gauge and metric

railway infrastructure consolidation and coating

of tunnels, trench stabilization, repair of viaducts,

replacement of railroad bridges, etc.

INDITEC is the environmental company in the

Grupo Ortiz. Its activity concentrates on the design

and execution of parks and gardens, integral

maintenance of green zones, operation of treatment

plants, garbage dumps, transfer stations and clean

points, creation and fitting of recreational, individual

botanical areas, etc.

ASTEISA is the company for the design,

construction, maintenance and operation of

facilities for the integral treatment of the water

according to the needs society requires and with

the last technologies available.


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INTERNATIONAL

COMPANIES OF THE GROUP I INTERNATIONAL

Company founded on 2009 in order to carry out

the internationalization of Grupo Ortiz. Operating in

Latin America (Peru, Colombia, Chile - soon) and

Eastern Europe (Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary) and

includes construction of public works, buildings,

railways, integrated water cycle, etc.

Construction company of Peruvian origin with

headquarters in Lima comprising the companies

Grupo Espinosa, Grupo Hernández, Grupo Marsano

and Grupo Ortiz.

This company which forms part of Grupo Ortiz,

Peru has presented number tenders for roads

and energies: rehabilitation of the Chanchamayo -

Villa Rica highway, rehabilitation of the Patahuasi

highway - Yauri - Sicuani and MV and LV electrical

and civil works.

Company in the Grupo Ortiz with headquarters

in Bogotá, which has initiated its activity with the

works of the contract “road sector 4 network” for

the Institute of Urban Development from the City

Hall of Bogotá.

The company Grupo Ortiz has established in Poland

with headquarters in Warsaw, from where tenders

in the areas of sanitation, purification, railways and

energy are prepared.

The Ortiz group has established its presence in

Bulgaria through the participation in the Bulgarian

company Ortiz Elektra with 80% of the company´s

shares. With headquarters in Sophia it prepares

tenders for sanitation, railways and highways.

Company in Grupo Ortiz with headquarters in

Santiago de Chile, Chile, which began its activity

with the inscription in the special registry for

demolitions of the buildings with a demolition

decree affected by the earthquake of 27/02/2010.

The company located in Italy that manages the

photovoltaic solar plants of 10 MW in

Monteruga (Puglia), of 3 MW in Isis (Puglia),

and that of 1 MW in Lecce.


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COMPANIES OF THE GROUP I ENERGY I REAL ESTATE I

PUBLIC WORKS

ENERGY

It is the company of the Grupo Ortiz that

agglutinates all the energy services for the

Companies of the Group: renewable energies,

power services, transmission and distribution

lines, voltage works and substations, integral and

electromechanical maintenances facilities and

assemblies.

It is a company dedicated to the development and

maintenance of projects and electrical systems

(photovoltaic and co-generation facilities, etc.) and

mechanics (PCI, air conditioning, etc.) in tertiary

and industrial sectors. ELECOR is also an Energy

Services company (ESE) that develops its activity in

the field of energy efficiency.

Company with more than 30 years of experience

in Electrical Maintenances and Installations,

Energy Efficiency, Lighting systems, High

voltage, Medium Voltage (substations and lines)

and Renewable energies located in Almeria.

Company in the Grupo Ortiz specialized in electrical

Generation systems, Solar and Thermal Photovoltaic

Systems connected to the Electricity Grid, located

in the south of Spain and that has a collaboration

agreement with the most important solar panel

manufacturers, intelligent solar Illumination and

biomass boilers.

REAL ESTATE

PUBLIC WORKS

Company specialized in the real estate sector. Its

main activity concentrates on the development and

the promotion of private dwellings, and especially,

the promotion of subsidised housing and rented

housing with the option to purchase.

PRORAX is consolidated at the moment in the

market as the management and marketing

company for residential construction, and has the

support, endorsement and structure of the parent

company, ORTIZ ÁREA INMOBILIARIA.

This is the company of the Grupo Ortiz that

dedicates itself to integral land management

and the urban development necessary for its

transformation.

This is the company that brings together a part of

Grupo Ortiz public works. Ortiz Construcciones y

Proyectos, are also involved in numerous public

works of particular importance and causing this line

of business to grow in importance within the Group.

This is the company in the Grupo Ortiz dedicated to

the management and operation of the car park on

Calle Honorio Lozano de Collado Villalba, located in

Madrid.


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The difficult economic context of 2010 has allowed Grupo Ortiz to

take off within its sector thanks to its policies of low debt, limitation

and control of business risks and not only maintaining, but increasing

its number of businesses with respect to previous years.

The policy of sectorial diversification started two years ago,

structured in four business areas: construction, energy, real estate

and public works, and geographic diversification, both nationally

and internationally, have been the basic cornerstones of this

strategy.

As far as the diversification of businesses, 2010 is outstanding

due to the strong push of the Energy sector, for which a

management team has been incorporated and a new company

has been set up, Ortiz Energy, leading to the attainment of

important contracts, as well as the construction of a thermosolar

TURNOVER*

(In millions of Euros)

800

600

400

200

0

* aggregated data

** provisional

405

2005

489

2006

578

2007

plant in Córdoba, increasing business figures in 2010, and

also significantly increasing the portfolio for future years. The

companies acquired by Grupo Ortiz in 2009 in the sector energy,

Juan Galindo, S.L. and Tendidos y Redes del Sur (TRS), have

increased orders on their books by 191% with respect to their

figures before joining the Group , having obtained important

contracts like the maintenance of the Network of ENDESA in the

province of Guadalajara, Iberdrola in Toledo, or Edelnor, a branch

of ENDESA, in Lima (Peru).

In the area of Construction, which still accounts for 78% of the

business for the Group, stability in income has been maintained

in spite of the clear backward movement of public infrastructure

investment, and its portfolio of orders has even increased with respect

to previous exercises, which assures production for 2 years as of

2011.

603

2008

568

2009

576

2010**

BREAKDOWN OF TURNOVER BY AREAS

(In millions of Euros)

2009

• Construction

• Energy

• Real Estate

• Public Works

2010*

• Construction

• Energy

• Real Estate

• Public Works

• International

50

58

22

30

36

25

9

463

TOTAL: 568 million Euros

451

TOTAL: 576 million Euros

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BREAKDOWN OF ORDERS ON OUR BOOKS*

(In millions of Euros)

2.500

2.000

1.500

1.000

500

0

* provisional

• Construction

• Energy

• Real Estate

• Public Works

• International

In 2011

Total: 623

40

29

22

134

398

The real estate area has centred its activity in subsidised housing,

where a pair of promotions per year are developed in a stable and

continuous way in the future.

As in previous years the portfolio of orders in the public works area

is the largest numerically as it includes the income from operation

contracts for the same during long periods of time.

Noteworthy during 2010 is the acquisition of 39% of the company “La

Africana” which will operate for a period of 25 years the concession of

the thermosolar plant previously mentioned as it had been constructed

and operated by the Group.

It is also this year that the operation of the photovoltaic plant Alconera

2 began.

And with respect to the second line of diversification of Grupo Ortiz in

2010, in terms of Geography, it has been a year full of activities and

launching of new businesses.

From 2012 onwards Total order portfolio

Total: 2.066

5

304,9

1.494,8

26,4

235

Total: 2.689

In 2009 the development of the international area began with the

acquisition of 25% of the capital of the Peruvian Company EHM (today

EOM) dedicated to the Real estate sector and construction.

In 2010 branches and subsidiaries were opened in Peru, Colombia,

Chile, Bulgaria and Poland from where active promotion and tendering

work is being carried for the different Group brands.

In Colombia the Institute of Urban Development (IDU) in Bogotá

awarded a tender to repair more than 200 streets of the city, in a

partnership called Malla Vial (Road Network), in which the Colombian

branch of Ortiz has 70% of the share. In its first year the production of

this project reached €10 million from a total of €30 million, and has

supposed the creation of the first stable business base of the Group

outside Spain.

In Perú a contract through the branch in Perú of Juan Galindo, S.L.,

con Edelnor (the Peruvian branch of Endesa) for the maintenance of

the lines of High and Medium Voltage lines in the city of Lima. This

contract started in December 2010.

In the rest of countries numerous projects are being bid on that will

give rise to contracts from beginnings of 2011.

45

333,9

1.516,8

160,4

633,3

TOTAL ASSETS*

(In millions of Euros)

800

600

400

200

0

* consolidated data

** provisional

406

2005

584

2006

Finally it is possible to speak of diversification of the portfolio,

as the business figures are distributed among a numerous group

of clients, without any of them holding a significant percentage that

could affect the production or payments in case of difficulties of

the client. Meticulous tracking of the invoicing and payment of the

clients, besides a very low level of banking debt, have meant that the

financial turbulences and the delays in payments of certain public

administrations have not hit the stability of the Group.

In addition there has been a continued policy of improvement of the

processes and systems of the Group, that include, among others,

the change to the new more efficient offices with advanced control

systems, continuing and deepening in the methods of cost control

initiated in previous exercises.

674

2007

These systems are serving to support the previously mentioned

business structure, based on four lines of business (construction,

energy, real estate and public works) plus the international area and a

corporative division to cover the administrative, financial and support

needs of the business areas.

668

2008

724

2009

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2010**


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EQUITY*

(In millions of Euros)

300

225

150

75

0

* consolidated data

** provisional

120

2005

135

2006

Like in previous exercises, the Net Value figures of the Group is the

reflection of the economic solidity therein, based on good results and

a policy of important capitalization, distributing less than 10% of the

obtained net benefit, improving this year again, our position in the

ranking of the ten most important construction companies in Spain in

terms of Net Worth.

In addition, like in 2009, Grupo Ortiz took on board Unrestricted

Amortization, a fiscal advantage that allows all the amortization of the

new investments made available in the year to have a tax deduction,

provided that employment has been created, meaning a delay in the

payment of €10 million of company tax in 2010.

162

2007

177

2008

204

2009

250

2010**

WORKFORCE

2.000

1.500

1.000

500

0

1.578

2006

1.669

2007

Employment figures refer to a workforce of 1,900 at December 31,

2010, while the figure was 1,780 at the end of 2009, having created

120 new posts during the year.

As can be seen, Grupo Ortiz is one of the most solid companies in

the Construction Sector in Spain, in terms of internationalization,

diversification and growth, and that has not been affected negatively

by the difficult economic environment of 2010, but has confirmed its

catchphrase of Responsible Growth as a line of action in the future,

based on the mentioned strategic lines and on its more traditional

ones which are human, technical and financial capacities, along with

special attention and relation with stakeholders: Clients, suppliers and

financial organizations.

1.689

2008

1.780

2009

1.900

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II. SOCIAL AREA

II.1 HUMAN RESOURCES

II.2 CORPORATIVE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

II.3 QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT

II.4 PREVENTION AND SAFETY

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II.1 HUMAN RESOURCES

One of the great successes of our Group is based on the capacity,

quality and advanced technical qualification of our team, for this

reason we have kept our commitment to continually improve

specialized training and to drive internal promotion, with the aim of

retaining the best professionals and to recruit from the most talented

sector, in all areas of the business, promoting our team work values,

sharing responsibilities and innovating to improve processes.

1.- STABILITY IN EMPLOYMENT

Grupo Ortiz firmly believes in the stability of its workforce, basing

this on a commitment to job creation and the development of key

economic sectors such as infrastructure and energy. This is fruit of

an efficient organization and dynamic and enterprising management

implemented in strategic plans, incorporating, on the one hand,

new companies and creating others.

The workforce of the Group in the last quarter was 1,900, with

a permanent workforce of 1,276 and 624 temporary workers

assigned to projects, works and UTE´S.

Increase in workforce 2008/2010 11,25%

Increase in workforce 2009/2010 6,32%

2.000

1.500

1.000

500

0

• Temporary

• Permanent

• Total workforce

492

1.197

2008

1.689

542

1.238

2009

1.780

624

1.276

2010

1.900

Decrease of the workforce in the construction

sector in 2010/2009 -10,92%

With a decrease in the third quarter of 182,200 jobs with reference

to the previous year.

Inter-annual variation

% %

Valor Absolute Quarter Accum.

Total 18.546,8 -323,4 -1,7 -2,6

Agriculture 754,0 16,8 2,3 0,2

Industry 2.600,6 -119,0 -4,4 -7,1

Construction 1.668,1 -182,2 -9,8 -12,5

Services 13.524,1 -39,0 -0,3 -0,4

Unit: thousands of people. Source: INE

COMPOSITION GRUPO ORTIZ:

The evolution of the increase of the workforce average in the

consolidated companies of the Group was the following:

2010/2009 5,81%

2010/2008 7,00%

PRESENT DISTRIBUTION OF THE WORKFORCE BY BUSINESS AREA

• Construction

• Real Estate/Public Works

• Energy

• International

.

The stability of the Group workforce, at a time of serious crisis like

the present, is due to two factors:

The first of them derives from the measures that the Government

has developed for the invigoration of the economy during these

two last years, to restrain the deterioration of the sector, through

local investment funds for 2009 and Local Sustainability for 2010,

that have meant the incorporation to the Group of 270 people,

generating an average increase in the workforce of in the two years

of 70 workers/year.

The other factor is due, to a great extent, to the diversification

process that during the past few years Grupo Ortiz has

undergone, establishing the bases of its future strategy, including

at the moment a wide range of activities in sectors as strategic

as energies and the environment, public works, railways and

services, through the creation of new companies that allow

geographical expansion and the acquisition of other highly

specialized companies in these productive sectors, allowing us

to increase our group in the last few years and to structure it in

four fully developed business areas, as are Construction, Energy,

Real estate and Public works, both on a national and International

level.

Noteworthy is the fact that employment in the area of the

construction has practically stayed at the same level as the previous

year in spite of the present conjuncture, representing the most

important cornerstone for the Group, but bearing in mind as is

logical, a lesser presence within our present structure. It should

also be pointed out that there is a greater presence in cleaning and

services activities.

In terms of new companies, Impula Grup Ortiz, operates within

the Region of Catalonia and Ortiz International Investiment in the

international arena.

The areas of Energies have been reinforced with the creation

in Madrid of a new company during 2010, Ortiz Energía, that

reinforces the incorporations to the Group in previous years of the

companies Elecor, Juan Galindo and Tendidos y Redes del Sur

that develop their main activity in the Region of Andalusia, with

expansion into Catalonia and Castilla La Mancha. This union of

forces, has taken led us to international expansion in this sector,

with works in Italy and Perú. The increase in the workforce in

this area, with reference to the previous year, is more than 50%,

strengthened and developed in this way. The commitment of our

Group to energies, in terms of facilities, assemblies, transport

networks, electricity distribution and integral energy constructions

have been definitive.

The presence in the real estate area and public works

have remained stable as parking operations have become

consolidated, with the intention of growth via investments in

public works in infrastructures and land rights. During 2010

a new company in this area was created called Superficie de

Cartera de Inversiones.

The unique sector that has lost volume has been the prefabricated

one, since this area of business has undergone the hardest

consequences of the present situation, essentially in the decrease

in orders for the construction of residential housing.

As was mentioned, this sustained growth has led to international

expansion with the aim that in the medium term an elevated

percentage will be reached within the Group production, through

an ordered entry process in new countries. Throughout this year

the implantation in the international arena has finally taken off, in

the areas of construction and energies, with projects and a stable

presence through Branches in countries like Perú, Colombia,

Poland, Bulgaria and Italy.

ANALYSIS OF THE WORKFORCE

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The employees of the Group with reference to the years of service

are the following:

Interval of more than 10 years 25,27%

Interval of more than 5 to 10 years 26,06%

Interval of more than 3 to 5 years 17,11%

Interval of more than 1 to 3 years 14,06%

Interval of less than 1 year 17,50%

This data shows that more than 50% of Grupo Ortiz has been

with the group for more than five years.

In the last few years a high degree of qualification and

specialization is being acquired by the workforce, within the

business fabric of the Group, where at the moment 25% of its

workers have a university qualification, with 41,23% of the

degree holders holding a five-year university degree, of which

35,39% are Civil Engineers.

The percentage of the levels of those recruited throughout 2010 is

the following:

Management 1,50%

University degree holders 9,34%

Technicians and Admin. 13,50%

Specialists and Operators 75,66%

One of the characteristics of the Grupo Ortiz workforce is that the

average age of its employees is about 40 years of age.

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COMMITMENT TO THE DISABLED IN THE WORKPLACE

During 2009 we renewed the exceptional certificate with

Grupo Fundosa, pertaining to the ONCE Foundation for the

cooperation and social integration of the disabled, and have

been able to increase the number of disabled workers in 2010

by more than 37% with respect to the previous year, in a

clear commitment to the incorporation of the disabled in the

workplace.

Fire prevention course at FORTEM facilities

2.- EMPLOYEE PORTAL

With the aim of having an interaction and information

management tool between all the employees of Grupo Ortiz,

an Employee Portal HAS BEEN IMPLANTED which after seeing

the light the last year, is operative for all the workers of the

Group and that besides facilitating salary sheets, certificates

and administrative documentation, allows personnel to update

personal and curricular data and to operate bilaterally with the

company to obtain information on the manuals and protocols

operation.

3.- START UP OF THE EQUALITY PLAN

With the approval and start up the previous year, of an Equal

Opportunities Programme, which has as a reference the Sixth

final Disposition of the Collective Agreement, given the special

preoccupation of the Grupo Ortiz to guarantee equality of

opportunities between men and women, both in the access to

the company, and in promotion, training, payment and work life

balance. During this year the Equality Commission, set forth in

the Equality Opportunities Programme was constituted with this

commission approving its inclusion within the Plan, of the clause

for the protection of domestic violence victims in the employment

market; also throughout this year the request to obtain the

Symbol of Equality of seven companies within the Group has been

presented.

Grupo Ortiz commitment to equality for women within the business

activities that are developed has meant a substantial increase of the

female workforce in the last year: Female personnel increased with

respect to 2009 by 12%, compared to a 7% increase in the male

workforce, with the female group representing 20,15% of the total

work force.

Among the main initiatives of this year to encourage a work life

balance after changing to the new headquarters has been to

establish timetable flexibility for all employees and flexibility in the

reduction of the workday for employees who are legally entitled.

SOCIAL BENEFITS:

At present Grupo Ortiz has a series of significant corporative social

benefits, among them the following:

- Employment Pension Plan with BBVA, as a social perk.

- Life insurance to complement and improve the accident

insurance of the collective agreement of the sector, for all

employees.

- Private health insurance with CIGNA, which is freely contracted

and subsidized up to 50% by the company for the family unit of

permanent employees.

- Financial products of great interest, with the most beneficial

conditions.

- Own Collective agreement: Day-care cheques for employees

of the Ortiz Group with children of less than two in day-care

centres.

- Promotions in culture, health, well-being, sport and leisure.

COMPARISON AND GOALS 2009/2010:

1.- Homologation of the training activities of occupational risk

prevention for ORTIZ CONSTRUCCIONES and for FORTEM

INTEGRAL: Preventive training has been given to 549 workers

of the Ortiz Group and contracts awarded (cleaning of buildings,

gardening, road cleaning…) for 2009 and to 655 in 2010

(September).

2.- Delivery of TPC (Professional Construction Card) to all the

employees of the Grupo Ortiz: 1,300 transacted, 800 delivered.

During 2011 the procedure for the employees´ TPCs in the

Metal work sector will be managed.

3.- The second stage of preventive training was given to

operators of machines, lifting devices and tools: 485 site

2009

2010

workers of all the companies and departments have passed

through the Fortem classrooms, a landmark in the sector as

a model of practical training totally adapted to the job.

4.- The training has taken place of a total of 978 students in 2009

and 915 in 2010 (closed September).

5.- Control in the management of the own economic resources

and use of the established subsidies. In 2009 total investment

ascended to 266,424.71 Euros, of which 118,568.72 Euros

were funded and during 2010 (closed September) a total

of 460,348.86 was invested of which 198,204.80 Euros

corresponds to subsidised training.

SECTOR CONSTRUCTION ENERGY PUBLIC WORKS INTERNATIONAL TOTAL

Students 936 36 6 0 978

Costs 254.756,74 € 8.920,97 € 2.747,00 € 0,00 € 266.424,71 €

Students 770 118 16 11 915

Costs 417.260,49 € 23.860,37 € 10.722,00 € 8.506,00 € 460.348,86 €

Increase in shareholder capital invested in training of 72,78% and in bonuses obtained of 67,16%

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II.2 CORPORATIVE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Corporative Social responsibility is incorporated in Grupo Ortiz with

the aim of reinforcing and transmitting to all Stakeholders the most

important values of our group of companies:

Commitment,

trust and safety

The fulfilment of these principles and constant work has managed

to place us among the main companies of the sector.

During our long trajectory we have demonstrated how to act

ethically, with a view to solidarity and respect towards people and

the environment.

THE FUNDAMENTAL VALUES OF CORPORATIVE SOCIAL

RESPONSIBILITY OF GRUPO ORTIZ ARE:

- Respect, maintain and spread commitments

acquired with all our stakeholders so that

clients, suppliers, employees and shareholders

continue trusting our company, always

on the basis of honesty and informative

transparency.

- We take care of our surroundings and

environment applying the criterion of

sustainability to all our productive processes.

- Equal opportunities, control in the area of

occupational risk prevention and the worklife

balance, are fundamental pillars for

the well-being of the entire workforce, as

well as implicating, training and motivating

employees.

- To promote actions that contribute a benefit to

society and to grow in the support of the most

underprivileged in cooperation programs.

- Foster activities that entail healthy habits such

as sport, culture and leisure.

ACTIONS CONDUCTED IN 2010

Our main action in 2010 is our adhesion to the UNITED NATIONS

WORLDWIDE AGREEMENT, an initiative developed by the Secretary

General of the UN the aim of which is to promote the creation of

global corporative citizenship that allows the conciliation of the

interests and processes of the enterprise activity with the values

and demands of Society.

Last May the Ortiz Group formalized its adhesion as a PARTICIPANT

company IN THE WORLDWIDE AGREEMENT. Becoming part of

this initiative means acquiring an ethical commitment aimed at

integrating in our daily business strategy the ten Principles of

conduct established by the UN in the area of Human rights, Work,

Environment and The Fight against corruption, as well improving all

aspects marked by these ten principles and to inform annually on

our progresses.

Other actions that have been carried out during this year are:

SOCIAL AREA

Cooperation

Ortiz group has been collaborating for over 5 years with the NGO

“Zerca and Lejos”. This organization develops sanitary, educational

and Infrastructures projects in several regions of Cameroun.

Our Company supports systematically through donations in

scholastic material, construction equipment, campaigns to donate

medicines and making economic contributions, the projects that the

NGO have set up.

During 2010, the most representative action conducted by “Zerca

and Lejos” were:

- Fund raising event organized by employees of Grupo Ortiz.

- Acquisition of a school bus for children in Cameroun who have

no transport.

- Management of financing sources to start you 30 primary

schools in Cameroun.

Other cooperation tasks in which Grupo Ortiz has participated

during the year are:

- Construction of a Hospital in Madagascar.

- Participation of employees of the Group in the 1st Charity Run in

favour of FEDER. (Spanish Federation of Rare Diseases)

- Blood Donation Campaign.

- Other organizations with whom we continue collaborating: CRUZ

ROJA, UNICEF, NIPACE.

Culture and Sports

As in previous years, Grupo Ortiz continues participating in 2010 in

several cultural and sport projects such as:

- International song contest of Colmenar Viejo.

- Ruada Choir.

- Cultural-play activities promoted by different Municipal Offices in

Madrid.

- Chair of Business Studies on Accessibility in Buildings of the

Polytechnic University of Madrid.

- Musical Association el Casar.

- Collaboration with sporting organizations such as FUNDAL,

Foundation for Sport in Alcorcón, Atapuerca Basketball Club,

Joventut Mariana Basketball Club.

- Participation in the Sporting Gala in Huesca.

- Collaboration with the Sport Clubs of El Casar, Valdemoro.

- Equestrian contest RACE.

- Protector Youth sport Foundation National Sports Council

ENVIRONMENT

Due to the constant preoccupation that our company has

about taking care of our surroundings and the protection and

conservation of the environment in our production and in the

work centres, Grupo Ortiz has environmental policies and

recycling programs to foster and to spread good practices

between its stakeholders.

During 2010 a campaign was carried out between employees

to collect mobile telephones no longer used to be recycled later.

The benefits obtained will be destined to Corporative Social

Responsibility actions.

LABOR AREA

One of the firmest commitments that Grupo Ortiz has with its

workers is the stability in employment and the improvement of

the conditions therein.

In spite of the difficult moments our sector is undergoing, we

have secured this stability, increasing even during 2010 the

number of employees on our workforce, especially in hiring

female personnel.

Similarly, commitments to the hiring and management for the

integration of the disabled have been respected.

During this year we have worked to improve and promote the

Equal Opportunity Plan approved in 2009, to do so an Equality

Commission has been created in charge of offering equal

opportunities to all the professional groups who compose Grupo

Ortiz.

In order to obtain greater communication between employees

and so that these receive up-to-date information about all

the services that the company offers, this year has seen the

EMPLOYEE PORTAL being set up.


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II.3 QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT II.4 PREVENTION AND SAFETY

QUALITY

From the Direction of Ortiz Group, there has always been a

commitment to considering QUALITY as a unique objective that

brings about total client satisfaction and the tools essential to

satisfy contractual requirements, within the established terms and

at a reasonable cost.

In order to secure this goal, Grupo Ortiz develops its work through a

Quality Policy, supported by a strict System of Management, based

on the UNE-EN-ISO 9001:2008, standard described in the Quality

Manual and its associated procedures, documents which must be

complied with by the personnel of the company.

When considering to this quality model as a fundamental aspect

in the management of the business and the creation of value, it

is reviewed and, if necessary, modified periodically. It reflects the

constant evolution that, in the area of Quality, our Group maintains

and that it is clear in the short and medium commitments

acquired, which are:

- Supply a service that satisfies the requirements and

expectations of its clients.

- Establish permanent training programs enabling personnel with

a high level qualifications to be made available.

- Imply, motivate and implicate personnel in order to obtain their

participation in the development and application of the System

of Quality and Environmental Management implanted.

- Maintain permanent contact with clients and subcontractors,

in order to be able to collaborate jointly in the improvement of

service.

- Adopt activities for continuous improvement and prevention of

contamination based on the real possibilities of the organization.

ENVIRONMENT

One of the basic pillars on which Grupo Ortiz sustains its labour

activity, is the respect for the protection and conservation of

the Environment. For this reason, it established years ago, an

environmental policy that allows the environmental aspects

of the activities to be identified and assessed, with the purpose

of minimizing its impacts and controlling the use of natural

resources.

In environmental matters, Grupo Ortiz is committed to:

- Satisfying the requirements of an environmental character to

be applied, as well as any other requirement subscribed by the

organization.

- Establishing the opportune measures for the prevention of

contamination in all the activities that are undertaken and to

obtain their continuous improvement.

- Requiring all subcontractors, as far as possible, to act within the

established environmental practices.

- Taking all the measures necessary to avoid accidents that can

bring about damages to the Environment or to minimise their

effects.

- To develop training and awareness programmes between the

employees on environmental questions related to their work.

- To take care of any demand for information by any interested

party who request it to make public their environmental

commitment through this policy, and

- Adopt activities of continuous improvement and prevention

of contamination based on the real possibilities of the

organization.

All the areas of activity of the companies of Grupo Ortiz has

a Quality and Environment Management System certified

by the standards UNE-EN ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004

through AENOR (Spanish Normalization Association ) and LLOYD’S

REGISTER QUALITY ASSURANCE.

Grupo Ortiz occupational risk prevention policy is based on,

among others, the following points:

- The fulfilment of the legislation and the regulation in force in the

area of Occupational Risk Prevention.

- The commitment to obtaining a high level of health and

safety in the workplace, based on the principle of continuous

improvement in preventive actions.

- The responsibility for prevention management is incumbent on

all the organization, although it must be initiated, developed and

supported by the top people in charge of the company.

- And in coherence with other policies that promote the well-being

of employees.

In order to develop the principles marked out in the Policy of

Occupational Risk Prevention, Grupo Ortiz has implanted an

Occupational Risk Prevention management system in accordance

with the standard OHSAS 18001:2007.

As a result of these premises, it can be affirmed that Grupo

Ortiz has as its fundamental principle the health and safety of

its workers, a commitment in which we are working through the

development of initiatives in each one of the lines of business,

directed mainly to the sensitization of employees and continuous

training in the area of prevention and occupational hazards, as well

as in the implantation of processes and preventive systems that

allow advances in this matter. In order to secure our objectives, we

have never scrimped on economic, human or material efforts.

By the very nature of the work, the business area with the

greatest occupational risk is construction. Ortiz Constructions,

our construction company, has elaborated an Occupational Risk

Prevention Programme, has its own Joint Prevention Service and

a Health and Safety Committee besides its own Company Medical

Service.

In order to fulfil the commitments established in the Policy of

Occupational Risk Prevention, throughout the year, the Occupational

Risk Prevention training programmes are planned, 60 hours for

the basic level for 100% of the personnel of the companies of the

Group and that culminates every year with the presentation of the

Prevention diplomas by the President of the Group, to each one of

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II.5 R&D+I

Ortiz Constructions assumes the commitments established in the

R&D+i of the Grupo Ortiz in the promotion of research activities,

Development and Technological Innovation in the different areas of

activity of the companies that are members of the Group.

The application of these commitments is ensured through an

R&D+i Management System certified in accordance with UNE

166002:2006, which includes the processes of monitoring and

technological prevision, analysis and selection of ideas and project

management, fruit of the application of the social commitment

acquired by the company.

Among the numerous R&D+i projects we have developed and

certificated according to the UNE-EN ISO 166001:2006 standard

over the last years and in the past of 2010, we can emphasize:

ENERGY AREA

- Installation project for high efficiency micro-generation systems

with turbines and motors in two housing promotions in Colmenar

Viejo (Madrid) with monitoring systems for the monitoring and

control of measurement indicators to measure the efficiency of

the system.

- Integration and evaluation of energy efficient technologies in real

models of the Tertiary Sector.

- Design and Development of a Measurement and Verification

model of Power Savings for the Power Services market.

- Design and Development of a low power consumption system

of illumination and low environmental impact by means of LED

lighting technology, in linear and underground infrastructures.

- Design and Development of trigeneration monitored systems for

the Sustainable Power Supplying in buildings in the residential

sector.

- Design and Development of the analysis of the implantation of

Solar Power Systems in greenhouses.

CONSTRUCTIVE ENGINEERING AREA

- Development of a model for the determination of the durability of

concrete structures in the face of corrosion.

- Development of a model that allows the characterisation of the

behaviour of slim panels.

- Design and development of a new system forged on structure

bearing prefabricated panels.

- Analysis of the structural behaviour of metal anchorages

incorporated into prefabricated concrete elements.

- Design and development of an industrialized constructive system

applied to construction called “Ortiz Industrialized System”.

WATER TREATMENT AREA

- Development of a new process of waste water purification and

application in pilot plant.

- Development of treatment equipment and water control for the

prevention of the legionnaires disease.

- Development of a new process of drinking water purification and

application in pilot plant.

CONSTRUCTION AREA

- New integral system for the inspection, maintenance and repair

of bridges.

- Development of a new combined geophysical procedure for the

geotechnical characterization of conflicting ground.

- R+D of a multi-storey building demolition system after being

seriously damaged and analysing the behaviour of the structures

when faced with complex requests.

- Sustainable construction in zones near to great communication

channels.

- Deficiencies detection Protocol in accessibility in buildings

public.

- Temporary analysis of geo-radar three-dimensional models for

the study, construction and monitoring of platforms and linear

works.

- Design and development of numerical modelling in 3-D for the

simulation of the embankment-structure transition behaviour.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND COMMUNICATION

AREA (ITC’S)

- Development of a Works control system of the Grupo Ortiz

(e-GIO).

- Advanced developments in digital offices and intelligent spaces.

OCCUPATIONAL RISK PREVENTION AREA

- Development of an accident prediction model.

- Development of Group Protection in Construction.

For the development of the R&D+i in the Ortiz Group during 2010

Collaboration Contracts and Agreements have been established

with the following Institutions and Bodies.

- The Institute of Construction Sciences “Eduardo Torroja”. (Dept.

of Synthesis, Characterization and Recycling of materials).

- The Institute of Construction Sciences “Eduardo Torroja”. (Dept

of Construction and Habitability).

- The Water Department of the Faculty of Environmental Sciences

of the University of Carlos III in Madrid.

- The Department of Geodynamics of the Faculty of Geologic

Sciences at the Complutense University of Madrid.

- The Higher Technical University for Civil Engineers of the

Polytechnic University of Madrid.

- I.D.A.E. (Institute for Diversification and Energy Saving).

- Group of Applied Mechanics and Engineering Projects of the

Civil Engineering School of Ciudad Real, University of Castilla-La

Mancha.

- Company Foundation-University of Granada.

- E.V.E. (Basque Entity for Energy).

- University College for Architecture in Madrid (U.P.M.).

- Institute of Cold, CSIC.

- The Department of Civil Engineering and Construction of the

Civil Engineering School Ciudad Real. University of Castilla-La

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Ronda Este in Aranda de Duero, intersection of A1 and BU-925, Burgos

III. AREAS OF BUSINESS

III.1 CONSTRUCTION

III.2 ENERGY

III.3 REAL ESTATE

III.4 PUBLIC WORKS

III.5 INTERNATIONAL

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Extension of Line 1 of the Seville Metro, Adufe-Montecarmelo branch

III. 1 CONSTRUCTION

III.1 CONSTRUCTION

III.1.1 Civil Construction Works

III.1.1.1 Highways

III.1.1.2 Urban Development

III.1.1.3 Water Works

III.1.1.4 Restoration of Urban Areas

III.1.1.5 Industrial

III.1.1.6 Car Parks

III.1.2 Railways

III.1.2.1 Railway Superstructure

III.1.2.2 Railway Infrastructure

III.1.2.3 Stations

III.1.2.4 New Railway Project

III.1.3 Building

III.1.3.1 Sociocultural

III.1.3.2 Educational

III.1.3.3 Sport

III.1.3.4 Residential

III.1.3.5 Health

III.1.3.6 Non-Residential

III.1.3.7 Prefabricated Concrete

III.1.3.8 New Corporate Sites

III.1.4 Renovation

III.1.5 Services

III.1.5.1 Restoration of Cultural Heritage Sites

III.1.5.2 Building Preservation

III.1.5.3 Alternative Services

III.1.5.4 Engineering

III.1.6 The Environment

III.1.6.1 Environmental Work

III.1.6.2 Environmental Maintenance

III.1.6.3 Water Works

III.1.6.4 Comprehensive Water Management

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III.1 CONSTRUCTION

Since its corporate beginnings as Ortiz y Cía, S.L., later to become

Ortiz, Construcciones y Proyectos, S.A., and ultimately as Ortiz

Construcciones in the Ortiz Business Group, the Group’s main

company has always based its chief operations on the construction

sector.

Throughout the years, the Group has reached a prime position in

this sector, a position among the country’s leading construction

companies, a feat that has come as a result of the continuous and

successful efforts of the numerous members of its companies and the

superb allocation of its resources.

The current business structure of Grupo Ortiz has undergone radical

changes since the days of the founders of Ortiz y Cía, S.L. some fifty

years ago, but construction remains the main pillar of growth for

Grupo Ortiz.

Analysis performed by special

agencies has shown that Grupo

Ortiz is eighteenth in turnover in the

construction sector, eighth in equity

among construction companies,

ninth in subscribed share capital and

seventh in fixed asset values

These figures rank Ortiz Construcciones among the midsize to large

Spanish enterprises, and it has all the tools necessary to continue

attaining greater market share, thanks to the fundamental differences

in its business approach, the proper investment of capital gains from

land sales and low levels of debt that are regularly paid through riskfree

recurring revenues.

All of these factors make Grupo Ortiz a solvent business network with

a bright future. We will continue to bring together its technicians’ high

levels of training and daily efforts to achieve a single objective: fully

satisfying their clients.

As such, and despite the severe sector-wide crisis, the 2010

business year was not a negative one for the Group’s interests. Our

construction and other companies operating in the sector, such as

ICMA-PROAKIS and COSFESA in the railway sector, ASTEISA and

INDITEC in water treatment and environmental works, INDAGSA

in prefabricated concrete, CONDISA in Restoration and IMPULSA

GRUP ORTIZ, our Catalonia construction company, all performed

in line with our recurring objective to profit in the face of any

adversity.

Our companies in the sector have had tremendous success and

provided clear evidence of our technical abilities through the

successful completion of a vast number of projects in the past year.

In civil construction work, we should highlight the completion of the

Ronda Este in Aranda de Duero (Burgos), the development of Parque

de Valdebebas in Madrid, car parks on Avenida de Portugal and at

Exhibition Centres in Móstoles (Madrid), the “Padre Méndez” car park

in Almería, the extension of Line 1 of the Seville Metro, as well as

recently begun projects, such as the construction of the thermosolar

power plant “La Africana” in Córdoba.

In regards to building construction, we should note the construction

of Hospital de Zamora, the enlargement of the Nájera firehouse

(La Rioja) and the new building for IMDEA in Pozuelo de Alarcón

(Madrid). In the area of sports facilities, the Group is also

undertaking two symbolic projects. One is the continued work

on the2016 Madrid Centre for Water Sports, and the other is

the construction of the new “Andrés Torrejón” Sports Complex in

Móstoles (Madrid).

In the realm of environmental projects and conservation, we should

note the signing of an agreement with the Madrid City Council for

complete maintenance of the Valdebebas Park and the cleaning and

maintenance of the public gardens in the Valencia area of Alborada,

among others.

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III.1.1.1 HIGHWAYS

FEATURED PROJECTS

- 2nd lane on the Salas – La Espina de la Autovía A63 Section, Asturias

- Access to Vallecas Urban Activity Programme from the A-3, Madrid

- New roadway access to the Ibiza Airport, Baleares

- Highway to the Argame area, Asturias

- Ronda Este in Aranda de Duero, A1 and BU-925 intersection, Burgos

- Connector between the N-100 line – O’Donnell and the M-30, Madrid

- Gran Vía in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- Improved layout and work on the Villasimpliz bridge, León

- Improved Overpass (Arco Este) at kilometre 4,100 on the M-30, Madrid

- “Presidente Rodríguez Ibarra” Bridge on the Guadiana River, Villanueva de la Serena, Badajoz

- Renovation of the Access to Alcalá de Henares from the M-300, Madrid

- Section between Herrera de la Mancha – Argamasilla de Alba on the A43 Motorway, Ciudad Real

- Underground tunnel for Calle Honorio Lozano in Collado Villalba, Madrid

- Road 18 – Western Border in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- Supplementary Project nº 2, Accesses to Ensanche Sur de Alcorcón (PP1 – PP2 – PP3) from the M-50, Madrid

Herrera de la Mancha – Argamasilla de Alba stretch on the A43

Motorway, Ciudad Real

Ronda Este in Aranda de Duero, A1 and BU-925 intersection, Burgos

Ronda Este in Aranda de Duero, A1 and BU-925 intersection, Burgos

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III.1.1.2 URBAN DEVELOPMENT

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Development of the Jarama area, Coslada Hospital, Madrid

- Development of the Argame industrial project in Morcín, Asturias

- Development of the zoning plan for “Los Miradores II” in Pozuelo, Madrid

- Southwest border road in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- Development of the Future Area Planning Projects 19.04 “La Dehesa”, Madrid

- Development of Valdebebas, lot 11-2, Madrid

- U.E. 6 Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- U.E. 5 Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- U.E. 2 Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- Development of Valdebebas, lot 2, Madrid

- Development of A.P.I. 08.06 “Vereda de Ganapanes” street, Madrid

- Development of SUNP2 sector 1 “La Estación”, Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Development of sectors 3 and 4 and of roundabout for access to sectors 2, 3 and 4, El Casar, Guadalajara

- Development of UZP 1.04 “La Atalayuela”, Madrid

- Development of Valdebebas Park. Lot 13.2, Madrid

- U.E. 5 APE 09.24, Valdemarín Este “Tapia Casariego”, Madrid

U.E. 6 Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

UZP Urbanisation 1.04 “La Atalayuela”, Madrid

Development of sectors 3 and 4 and roundabout for access to sectors 2,

3 and 4, El Casar, Guadalajara

Development of Valdebebas, lot 11-2, Madrid U.E. 2 Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid Development of Valdebebas Park, Lot 13.2, Madrid


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III.1.1.3 WATER WORKS Water supply network in Almenar, in Soria

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Adaptation of Channels in the Southeast of Madrid Capital, intersections of A-3 and Cañada Real Galiana

- Approach canal for water storage in Valdebebas, lot 10, Madrid

- Fuenlabrada Canton, Isabel II Channel, Madrid

- Carboneras Desalination plant conduction to Valle de Almanzora, Almería

- Storm reservoir construction in Valdemarín, Madrid

- Daganzo de Arriba reservoir, Madrid

- Pumping station and basins, Barca, in Soria

- Pumping station and basins in the Almazán Channel, in Soria

- Water supply network to Miraflores de la Sierra and to Soto del Real from the Water Treatment Centre in Santillana, Madrid

- Water supply network in Almenar, in Soria

- Water distribution network for sector IV in Adaja, Ávila

- Reinforcement of supply to Meco, Madrid

- Renovation of the water supply network in the urban area of El Casar, Guadalajara

- Renovation of the water conduction system to the Ajalvir reservoir, Madrid

- Renovation of the collector in El Casar, Guadalajara

Water supply network to Miraflores de la Sierra and to Soto del Real from the Water Treatment Centre in Santillana, Madrid Pumping stations and basins in Barca, in Soria

Approach canal for water storage in Valdebebas, lot 10, Madrid


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III.1.1.4 RESTORATION OF URBAN AREAS

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Refurbishing the Matadero area, area 4 and the “Protection and Preservation of Cultural Heritage” thematic area, Madrid

- Renovation and improvement of Calle Vado in Tres Cantos, Madrid

- Extension of Camino Real de Pinto, Villaverde district, Madrid

- Cyclist and Pedestrian Path between Plaza de Legazpi and the Nudo Sur Athletic Complex and Park, part of the Madrid-Río project

- Conservation of the Development La Pizarra de San Lorenzo in El Escorial, Madrid

- Construction of Multi-Purpose area, Canillejas, Madrid

- Implementation of the Complementary Works Project for Green Spaces in Ensanche Sur de Alcorcón, Special Paving, Parks and Fountains

Civil Construction projects, Madrid

- Improved public areas in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

- Improved Pedestrian Mobility, Sanitation and Public Lighting Installation to decrease consumption in the El Naranjo neighbourhood in

Fuenlabrada, Madrid

- Construction of Cycling Paths in Phase II of the Bike Plan for Alcorcón, Madrid

- Construction of Pedestrian Walkway from Calle Tulipanes to Parque de las Presillas in Alcorcón, Madrid

- “Ángel Gordillo” Walkway at the Arco Este overpass over the M-30 between the La Paloma junction and the Costa Rica connector, Madrid

- Renovation of Plaza Mayor with car park in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

- Renovation of the Vado Sports Facilities, part of the Madrid Project

- Renovation of the LA Zarzuela neighbourhood in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

- Renovation of the medians for Calle Islas Británicas, Avenida de Europa and others in Fuenlabrada, Madrid

- Renovation and development of APR 09.05 “Mutualidad de la Policía” de Madrid

- Refurbishment of various areas in the Tetuán district in Madrid

- Refurbishment of Avenida de la Constitución in Móstoles, Madrid

- Refurbishment of Calle Carlos V, phase I in Móstoles, Madrid

- Refurbishment of Calle Cervantes in Móstoles, Madrid

- Refurbishment of Calle Fuencarral between the Bilbao Roundabout and Gran Vía, Gran Vía – Hernán Cortés section, Madrid

- Refurbishment of Plaza de las Parejas, Aranjuez, Madrid

- Refurbishment of Plaza in the Intercambiador de Aluche, Madrid

- Refurbishment of la Plaza Mayor and car parks in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Refurbishment the El Prado, Los Pitufos and Pistones neighbourhoods in Pinto, Madrid

- Refurbishment of areas in the Alcobendas Central District, Madrid

- Development 21 of PGM de Haro, La Rioja

- Development of Avenida de Alameda in Osuna in the Barajas District, Madrid

- Development of Avenida Rafaela Ybarra between the M-40 and Calle de las Mareas, Madrid

- Development and development of the “La Estación” sector of Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Development of the right bank of the Manzanares River, part of the Madrid-Río project in Madrid

- Development of Paseo del General Martínez Campos, Madrid

- Development of Sector 9, Zone 1, Phase 1, block that houses the Santo Domingo de la Calzada Health Centre, La Rioja

Construction of Multi-Purpose area, Canillejas in Madrid

Refurbishment of the plaza in Intercambiador de Aluche, Madrid Development of Avenida Rafaela Ybarra between the M-40 and Calle de

las Mareas, Madrid

Renovation and development of APR 09.05 “Mutualidad de la Policía” in

Madrid

Refurbishment of Plaza Mayor and car park in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

Refurbishment of Calle Fuencarral between the Bilbao Roundabout and Gran Vía, Gran Vía – Hernán Cortés section, Madrid


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III.1.1.5 INDUSTRIAL

FEATURED PROJECTS

- New 400 kW electrical substation in Pesoz, Asturias

- New 400 kW electrical substation in Villanueva de los Escuderos, Cuenca

- Construction on the photovoltaic plant in Alange, Badajoz

- Construction for the Expansion of the CLH Storage Plant in Málaga

- Construction for the Expansion of the CLH Storage Plant in Barcelona

- Construction for the Expansion of the CLH Storage Plant in El Arahal, Sevilla

- Construction for the Expansion of the CLH Storage Plant in Pamplona

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Valldargent, Palma de Mallorca

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Bescanó, Girona

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Campoamor, Alicante

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Fuente de la Alcarria, Guadalajara

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Galapagar, Madrid

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Puerto Real, Cádiz

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Salas, Asturias

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in San Miguel de Salinas, Alicante

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Torrente, Valencia

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Fuencarral, Madrid

- Construction for the Electrical Substation in Segovia

- Methanol Regeneration Plant in El Serrablo, Huesca

- Construction and Demolition Waste Treatment Plant in El Molar, Madrid

- “La Africana” CSP Plant Córdoba

- Platform for the future 400 kW substation in Udalla, Cantabria

- Renovation of Polígono Calvario and CONMAR, Ajalvir, Madrid

Platform for the future 400kW substation in Udalla, Cantabria

New 400kW electrical substation in Villanueva de los Escuderos, Cuenca

Construction on the photovoltaic plant in Alange, Badajoz

Construction for the Expansion of the CLH Storage Plant in Barcelona


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III.1.1.6 CAR PARKS

FEATURED PROJECTS

- “Padre Méndez” car park, Almería

- “Reyes Católicos” car park in Zamora

- Car park for the plaza del pueblo in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Car park for the “La Estación” Urban Consortium in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Car park for the Gerona airport

- Car park in the industrial building on Calle Playa de Riazor, parcel P.I. 1.2. of UZP 1.01 in Ensanche de Barajas, Madrid

- Car park on Avenida de Portugal and Exhibition Centres in Móstoles, Madrid

- Car park on Plaza Mayor in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

- “Andorra 2” residential car park, Madrid

- “Iliada” residential car park, Madrid

- “Juan Ramón Jiménez” residential car park, Madrid

- “Poeta Leopoldo de Luis” residential car park, Madrid

- Alameda Automated car park in Madrid

- Car park and underground tunnel in Collado Villalba, Madrid

- Car park ramp on Calle Santa Ana, Madrid

Car park on Avenida de Portugal and Exhibition Centres in Móstoles, Madrid

“Padre Méndez” car park, Almería “Andorra 2” residential car park, Madrid

“Iliada” residential car park, Madrid

“Poeta Leopoldo de Luis” residential car park, Madrid Car park on Plaza Mayor in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

Car park for the Gerona airport

Car park for the “La Estación” Urban Consortium in Colmenar Viejo,

Madrid


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III.1.2.1 RAILWAY SUPERSTRUCTURE

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Maintenance contracts with PTIV Galicia and PTIV Mérida

- Maintenance of narrow gauge railways on various railway lines

- Assembly of the third line and electrification of the Cercanías branch of the port of Barcelona and the implementation of a 1,435 mm wide

access for Terminal de Can Tunis, Barcelona

- Track renovation at kilometre 47/994-49/820 of the Aljucén-Cáceres line

- Track renovation on the San Sebastián-Irún line on the Madrid-Hendaya line

- Track renovation on the San Vicente de Alcántara-Valencia de Alcántara line on the Valencia de Alcántara line

- Track and railway replacement on the Baños de Molgas section, in Orense

- Replacement of cracked MB railways on the Calatayud-Paracuellos section of the Madrid-Barcelona line

- Track treatment at the Pontetaboada and Benedeira stations on the Zamora-La Coruña line

- Track treatment at the Irxo and Lalín section stations on the Orense-Santiago line

- Infrastructure, track and rerouting maintenance contract for the new High Speed rail access to Levante. Madrid-Castilla La Mancha-

Community of Valencia-Region of Murcia (Gabaldón-Valencia and Gabaldón-Albacete sections)

- Infrastructure, track and Iberian track gauge incidence treatment plan, 2009-2010 period. (lot e2. Orense maintenance headquarters)

- Infrastructure, track and Iberian track gauge incidence treatment plan, 2009-2010 period. (lot a3. Mérida maintenance headquarters)

- Refurbishment of track to Antequera-Loja, kilometre 119/500 to Granada, Fuente Piedra-Granada line

- Track renovation work at kilometre 219/600 on the Amurrio-Llodio section. Line 700 Casetas-Intermodal-Abando

- 2nd intervention. Track removal and treatment and improvement of infrastructure from kilometres 59/850 to 61/000, affected by heavy rains

on Feb. 28, 2008, Aguilar de la Frontera- Genil Bridge section, Córdoba-Málaga line

- Renovation of tracks 3 and 5, rerouting system replacement, revision of track 2 and bays at the Peñarroya station, Almorchon-Miralbueno line

- Assembly of long rail with G4 devices and partial refurbishment of tracks, crossing timbers, switches and tongues at the Nueva Montaña station

- Conditioning of platform and track superstructure at non-continuous points on the Cudillero-Gijón-Laviana railways

- Track levelling and compacting between Berrón and Laviana (T-100) and between Oviedo and Llodio (Tren de las Piraguas), Asturias

- Discontinuous track renovation and refurbishment of joints on the Navia-Cudillero and Pravia-Oviedo routes

- Cleaning of track platform and renovation of railways between Infiesto and Llanes

- Railway platform renovation and refurbishment of joints at various points on the León-Balmaseda section

- Discontinuous track renovation and refurbishment of joints on the section between Trubia and Collanzo

- Refurbishment of the second El Berón-Carbayín track and connector of the Norte de Carbayín head

MACHINERY

Matisa B-66-U Tamper Matisa R-21-LS Ballast Regulator

Matisa B-45-D Tamper Matisa R-20-ES Ballast Regulator

Matisa B-50-D Tamper Heavy Track Porticos

Matisa B-20-C Tamper Switch Porticos

Matisa C-75 Ballast Cleaner

Screener Clean Up Cars

Plasser DGS-62 Dynamic Stabiliser

Matisa B66U Tamper

Matisa C75 Ballast Cleaner Matisa R-21-LS Ballast Regulator

Renovation work on the track at kilometre 219/600 on the Amurrio-

Llodio line. Line 700 Casetas-Intermodal-Abando

Infrastructure, track and rerouting maintenance contract for the new High

Speed rail access to Levante (Gabaldón-Valencia and Gabaldón-Albacete

sections)

Auxiliary Machinery

Matisa C-75 Ballast Cleaner

Construction project on the third line and electrification of the Cercanías

branch of the port of Barcelona and the implementation of a 1,435 mm wide

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- Consolidation of trenches, slope preparation, reconstruction of curbs on different rail lines

- Construction of artificial tunnels on different rail lines

- Construction, reinforcement, improvement and modernisation of bridges on different railway lines

- Construction, treatment and consolidation of overpasses, conditioning and improvement of pontoons on several railway lines

- Contracts for the removal of level crossings

- Safety Installations on the Variante de Portas section of the Atlántico High Speed Line

- Reconstruction of arches and/or gables, as well as waterproofing and reinforcement of railway tunnels on different lines

- Structural renovation on the Granollers-Massanet section of the Tarragona to Barcelona and France line

- Repair of the Iberlanda Bridge at kilometre 233/250. Castejón-Bilbao line

- Repair of the Marcilla Bridge, La Rioja

- Repair of arch bridges at kilometre 40/557 and kilometre 116/901. Zamora-La Coruña line

- Removal of level crossing 31-202 and 31-603 through P.I. at los Franqueses on the Barcelona-Ripoll line

- Removal of level crossing at kilometre 139+260 through P.S. kilometre 139+183

- Removal of level crossing at kilometre 176-126 through P.S. at kilometre 176-234 on the Maçanet and Massanes section, Girona

- Removal of level crossing at kilometres 24-065, 24-332 and 139+260 on the Valles de Borges Blanques section, Lleida

- Trench treatment of the Zamora-Carbajales de Alba section, Zamora-La Coruña line

- Treatment and improvement work on the embankment at Burgo de Ebro from kilometre 360/075 to kilometre 360/725. Madrid-Barcelona line

- Sewage treatment in Tunnel Nº 2, Venta de Baños-Santander line

- Arch and gables reconstruction in the Puerto de Pajares tunnels, León-Gijón line

- Removal of level crossing at kilometres 156/197,158/960 and 159/933, Castejón-Bilbao line, municipal area of Ribera Alta (Álava)

- Protective work on trench jacking rails at kilometre 189/779-788 (Navia Area)

- Lining reconstruction between kilometres 2/469 and 2/539 in Tunnel Nº 1, La Grandota. Tudela Veguin-Lugo de Llanera line

- Screen-wall trench protection from kilometre 189/354 to kilometre 189/384. Vegadeo-Cudillero

- Overpass board replacement at kilometre 634/194 on the Madrid to Barcelona line. Vilanova Bridge

- Work done on the Venta de Baños-Santander line. Tunnel 2 Reinosa, at kilometre 428

- Arch reconstruction on the tunnels in the Navidiello-Linares section, Venta de Baños-Gijón line

- Removal of sideslip and track alignment at different kilometre points on the Soto de Ribera-Mieres section

- Removal of sideslip and track alignment at different kilometre points of the Llodio-Arriondas section

- Construction project and repair projects on bridges on the Palencia-A Coruña line, P.I. At kilometre 3/375, P.I. on the Grijota motorway at kilometre 6/065,

P.I. at the Becerril station, kilometre 14/005, P.I. at the Paredes de Nava station, kilometre 21/035 and P.I. at Quintana Raneros, kilometre 132/085

- Construction of breakwater at kilometre 177/730. Cangas de Foz. Ribadeo-Vegadeo

Removal of level crossing at kilometre 176-126 through P.S. at kilometre 176-234 on the Maçanet and Massanes section, Girona

Repair of Marcilla Bridge, La Rioja Repair of the Iberlanda Bridge at kilometre 233/250. Castejon-Bilbao line

Removal of level crossing at kilometres 24-065, 24-332 and 139+260

on the Valles de Borges Blanques section, Lleida

Track renovation on the S line. Vicente de Alcantara, Badajoz


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III.1.2.3 STATIONS

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Rail covering on the west side of the AVE station in Delicias, Zaragoza

- New “Arganzuela-Planetario” station on line 6 of the Madrid Metro

- New commuter station at Ardantza in Eibar, Basque Country

- New “Rosa de Lima” AVE station in Burgos

- Workshops and garages on the Light Rail lines from Colonia Garden to Boadilla del Monte and Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid

- Connecting area between the “El Casar” station for Cercanías de Madrid with Line 3 of the Madrid Metro

Workshops and garages on the Light Rail lines from Colonia Garden to Boadilla del Monte and Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid

Rail covering on the west side of the AVE station in Delicias, Zaragoza

New “Rosa de Lima” AVE station in Burgos


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III.1.2.4 NEW RAILWAY PROJECT

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Passage widening, under Renfe del Raval de Montblanc, Barcelona

- Lines 1 and 2, Renfe-Guadalmedina section of the Málaga Metro

- Railway Connection Platform: Corredor Mediterráneo with the AVE line Madrid – Barcelona – French Border. Perafort Branch– Alcover in

Tarragona

- Extension of Line 1 of the Seville Metro, Adufe-Montercarmelo section

- Section 1 of the Pinar de Chamartin– Sanchinarro – Las Tablas Light Rail line, Madrid

- San Cristobal – Getafe section of the C3 line of Cercanías de Madrid

Section 1 of the Pinar de Chamartin– Sanchinarro – Las Tablas Light Rail line, Madrid

Extension of Line 1 of the Seville Metro, Adufe-Montercarmelo section

Lines 1 and 2, Renfe-Guadalmedina section of the Málaga Metro


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III.1.3.1 SOCIOCULTURAL

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Refurbishing the Manzanares el Real Castle, Madrid

- Expansion and remodelling of the Town Council in Villanueva del Pardillo, Madrid

- Manacor Auditorium, Baleares

- School of Music Auditorium in Boadilla del Monte, Madrid

- Parque Paraíso Auditorium, Madrid

- Burgos Public Library

- Cultural Centre of Villafranca de los Caballeros, Toledo

- Mint in Segovia

- Archaeological Centre –Trevijano Schools, La Rioja

- Espartales Sur Civic Centre in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Weekend Cultural Centre, Madrid

- “La Gota de Leche” Youth and Art Resources Centre, Logroño, La Rioja

- Cabanillas del Campo Youth Centre, Guadalajara

- “Eduardo Úrculo” Socio-cultural Centre in the neighbourhood of La Ventilla, Madrid

- Multi-purpose Sociocultural cultural centre of Elda, Alicante

- El Molinar de Montuiri Eco-museum, Baleares

- Solar de Caballería Cultural Facilities, Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos

- Pozuelo de Alarcón School of Music and Dance, Madrid

- Cervantes Theatre in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Olimpia Theatre, Madrid

- “Gonzalo de Berceo” Cultural Civic Centre, Logroño, La Rioja

- “La Rambleta” Cultural Centre, Valencia

Solar de Caballería Cultural Centre, Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos

Cabanillas del Campo Youth Centre, Guadalajara

Solar de Caballería Cultural Centre, Museum of Human Evolution, Burgos


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III.1.3.2 EDUCATIONAL

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Laboratory animal facilities in the “Severo Ochoa” Centre for Molecular Biology, Madrid

- Block of Lecture halls for the University of León Department of Biology and Environmental Sciences

- 3+6 Private School in Soller, Baleares

- Azuqueca de Henares Private School, Guadalajara

- Carranque Private School in Toledo

- Llucmajor Private School, Baleares

- Ensanche de Alcalá de Henares Private School, Madrid

- “El Coto” Primary and Nursery School in El Casar, Guadalajara

- Las Lomas Private School, Guadalajara

- San Roque Private School, Alicante

- Sant Iscle Vidreres Primary and Nursery School, Gerona

- Valmont Bilingual School, Villanueva del Pardillo, Madrid

- “Highlands Los Frenos” School in Boadilla del Monte, Madrid

- Laudem School on UZP lot 1.01 of Ensanche de Barajas, Madrid

- Monte Tabor School, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid

- Nobelis School in Valdemoro, Madrid

- Ntra. Sra. de la Asunción School, Alameda de la Sagra, Toledo

- “El Álamo” Public School, Madrid

- “Renedo Esgueva” School, Valladolid

- “Arroyo Culebro” Primary School, Madrid

- Nursery school on Calle de las Ciencias in Fuenlabrada, Madrid

- Technical Emergency Preparedness School, El Casar, Guadalajara

- Alcalá de Henares Secondary School, Madrid

- Alovera Secondary School, Guadalajara

- “Cauca Romana Coca” Secondary School, Segovia

- New secondary school in Numancia de la Sagra, Guadalajara

- “Nuevo Aranjuez” Secondary Institute, Madrid

- New Salesianos de Carabanchel Pavilions, Madrid

“Arroyo Culebro” Primary School, Madrid Laboratory animal facilities in the “Severo Ochoa” Centre for Molecular

Biology, Madrid

“El Álamo” Public School, Madrid

Block of Lecture halls for the University of León Department of Biology

and Environmental Sciences

Azuqueca de Henares Private School, Guadalajara

Nobelis School in Valdemoro, Madrid Pozuelo de Alarcón Municipal School of Music and Dance, Madrid


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III.1.3.3 SPORT

FEATURED PROJECTS

- 2016 Madrid Centre for Water Sports

- Pradoviejo Sports Village, Logroño

- III “Espartales” Sports Village, Phase I, in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- “La Garena” Sports Complex, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Sports Facility in Santa Ponça, Calvia, Baleares

- “Madrid Arena” Pavilion in Casa de Campo de Madrid

- “Andrés Torrejón” Sports Complex in Móstoles, Madrid

- Sports Pavilion and Indoor Swimming Pool in Valdebernardo, Madrid

- Colmenar Viejo Indoor Swimming Pool, Madrid

- Soto del Real Indoor Swimming Pool, Madrid

- Villanueva del Pardillo Indoor Swimming Pool, Madrid

- CARD Sports Centre. Top Level Competition Pavilions I and II, Madrid

- “Entrevías” Sports Centre, Madrid

- “La Estación” Sports Centre in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- “La Canaleja” Sports Centre, Alcorcón, Madrid

- Sports Centre and Swimming pools in Barrio Bilbao, Madrid

- Zofio-Orcasitas Sports Centre, Madrid

“La Canaleja” Sports Centre, Alcorcón, Madrid

Entrevías Sports Centre, Madrid

Truss instalment in “Andrés Torrejón” Sports Complex, Móstoles,

Madrid

“La Garena” Sports Complex, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

Antonio Mata Pavilion, Madrid

2016 Madrid Centre for Water Sports, Madrid


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III.1.3.4 RESIDENTIAL 120 residences in Parla, Madrid

FEATURED PROJECTS

- 100 El Bercial residences in Getafe, Madrid

- 103 state subsidised housing residences (VPO) residences in los Tempranales, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid

- 105 P 11.1.2 residences in Ensanche Sur de Alcorcón, Madrid

- 105 P40, 41 and 42 residences in Móstoles Sur, Madrid

- 118 state subsidised housing residences (VPP) in PAU 4 in Móstoles, Madrid

- 119 lofts, offices and car park spaces on Calle Manoteras, Madrid

- 120 residences in Parla, Madrid

- 124 VPP residences on lot 21 of PP6 in Leganés, Madrid

- 129 “Martinsa Fadesa” residences in Arganda, Madrid

- 138 subsidised housing residences on lot RC-4 of “La Estación” in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- 140 VPO residences in Alcorcón, Madrid

- 141 “Paris Development” VPO residences in Ensanche Vallecas, Madrid

- 143 “Mirador de la Vaguada Development” A-6 residences in Vereda de Ganapanes, Madrid

- 143 Parque del Oeste residences in Alcorcón, Madrid

- 146 VPP residences in Realia, Madrid

- 158 Miradores II residences in Pozuelo, Madrid

- 165 VPO residences in Colonia Marconi, Madrid

- 180 residences in lots BA-09 and BA-10 in Paracuellos del Jarama, Madrid

- 198 VPO residences in Espinillo del Cubillo, Alcobendas, Madrid

- 204 “Sidney Development” VPP residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- 23 residences in Monte Elviria, Málaga

- 238 VPO residences in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

- 32 residences in the CM3 lot in La Ventilla, Madrid

- 42 residences in Benidorm, Valencia

- 47 upscale state subsidised housing residences (VPO) on Calle Platerías, Madrid

- 48 state subsidised housing residences leased with the option to buy (VPPAC) on Calle Huertas in Collado Villalba, Madrid

- 54 VPO residences in San Cristóbal de los Ángeles, Madrid

- 59 residences in El Navallar, Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- 60+43 VPO residences in Los Tempranales, San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid

- 67 “Los Robles III Development” VPP residences in Ensanche Vallecas, Madrid

- 73 residences P. FR 70 of PAU 4 in Móstoles Sur, Madrid

- 76 residences in Residential Complex “C” in Encinar de los Reyes, Madrid

- 80 VPO residences in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- 84 VPPAC-AJ residences on Calle Chopera in Collado Villalba, Madrid

- 86 “Terrazas de la Vaguada” Development A-5 residences, Vereda de Ganapanes Madrid

- 91 VPO residences in Espartales Norte, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- 91 VPO residences in Rivas Vaciamadrid, Madrid

- 94 residences in Lot 2 RC 13.2 in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- 94 residences in A1-13 the lot of Los Tempranales in San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid

- 97 residences in Lot 2 RC.12.1 in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

118 VPP residences in the PAU 4 in Móstoles, Madrid 138 residences in lot RC-4, in “La Estación” in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

105 P11.1.2 residences in Ensanche Sur de Alcorcón, Madrid


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III.1.3.5 HEALTH

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Expansion of the San Carlos Clinical Hospital, Madrid

- Expansion and Remodelling of El Escorial Hospital, Madrid

- Homeless Shelter in Vicálvaro, Madrid

- Alzheimer’s Centre in Carabanchel, Madrid

- “Ladera de los Almendros” Day Centre, Madrid

- Algemesí Day Centre, Valencia

- Puertollano Day Centre, Ciudad Real

- “Joan Crespi” Centre for the Disabled, Baleares

- El Val Nursing Home, Madrid

- Colmenar Viejo Healthcare Centre, Madrid

- Bolaños de Calatrava Healthcare Centre, Ciudad Real

- Can Pastilla Healthcare Centre in Palma de Mallorca, Baleares

- Healthcare Centre in Santo Domingo de la Calzada, La Rioja

- Healthcare Centre in Villarta de San Juan, Ciudad Real

- Healthcare Centre in Velilla de San Antonio, Madrid

- Healthcare Centre in Villarrubia de los Ojos, Ciudad Real

- “La Rivota” Healthcare Centre in Alcorcón, Madrid

- Marchamalo Healthcare Centre, Guadalajara

- “Pisueña-Cayón” Healthcare Centre in Sarón, Cantabria

- Villanueva del Pardillo Healthcare Centre, Madrid

- Villaverde Healthcare Centre, Madrid

- Community of Madrid Centre for Transfusions

- Municipal Healthcare Centre, Villaverde, Madrid

- Fuenlabrada Hospital, Madrid

- Zamora Hospital

- Tres Cantos Nursing Home, Madrid

- Villamanrique Nursing Home, Ciudad Real

- Nursing Homes in Mota del Cuervo, Cuenca

- Nursing Home in Priego, Cuenca

Villaverde Healthcare Centre, Madrid

Community of Madrid Centre for Transfusions

Expansion and Remodelling of El Escorial Hospital, Madrid El Val Nursing Home, Madrid

“Joan Crespi” Centre for the Disabled, Baleares


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III.1.3.6 NON-RESIDENTIAL

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Expansion of the Illescas City Hall, Toledo

- Bodegas Hacienda Albae in Argamasilla de Alba, Ciudad Real

- “Business Incubator” Centre for Corporate Development in Puente de Vallecas, Madrid

- Montegancedo Offices Business C//entre, Madrid

- Level II Business Centre Facilities/, Toledo

- Construction of the Centralised Systems Building at the Torrejón Air Control Centre, Madrid

- Group Avanza Administration Building and Maintenance Centre, Madrid

- Fire Department in Nájera, La Rioja

- Gerona Airport Office Building

- Office Building on lot 2.500 in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- Office Buildings for the new Grupo Ortiz offices on lots 2.72 and 2.91 in Ensanche Vallecas, Madrid

- Port Works Services Building in Puerto Soller, Baleares

- Building in the Leganés Technology Park, Madrid

- IMDEA Software Office Building on the Montegancedo Campus in Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid

- GICAMAN Office Building in Plaza San Agustín, 5, Toledo

- 4 Star Hotel and Convention Centre in Claustros de Ayllón, Segovia

- Arganda Courthouse, Madrid

- BM Industrial Storehouse in Prado Concejil in Loeches, Madrid

- Intra-company Storehouse for Mercedes Benz in Madrid

- Manoteras Industrial Storehouse, Madrid

- Extremadura Housing Agency Offices in Mérida, Badajoz

- Commercial Areas in Terminals T1, T2 and T3 of the Barajas Airport, Madrid

IDMEA SOFTWARE Office Building on the Montegancedo Campus, Madrid

Expansion of the Illescas City Hall, Toledo

Fire Department in Nájera, La Rioja Bodegas Hacienda Albae in Argamasilla de Alba, Ciudad Real


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III.1 CONSTRUCTION I III.1.3 BUILDING

III.1.3.7 PREFABRICATED CONCRETE

FEATURED PROJECTS

- 105 residences in Móstoles Sur, Madrid

- 110 Offices on Calle Castillo de Fuensaldaña P.13 in Las Rozas, Madrid

- 110 Offices in San Cugat del Vallés, Barcelona

- 118 residences in Móstoles Sur, Madrid

- 141 VPPL residences in the “Paris Development” in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- 150 VPO residences in Alcobendas, Madrid

- 153 residences in Fuenlabrada, Madrid

- 180 residences in Paracuellos del Jarama, Madrid

- 184 “Las Ramblas” residences in Coslada, Madrid

- 204 VPPL residences in the “Sidney Development” in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- 208 residences in Solagua, Leganés, Madrid

- 234 VPPL residences in the “Atenas Development” in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- 35 NOZAR Development residences on Calle Francisco Suárez, Madrid

- 360 DETINSA Development Apartments in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- 56 residences in Soliva Este R-2, Málaga

- 66 Esparza residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- 80 residences in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- 84 residences in “La Chopera”, Collado Villalba, Madrid

- 94 residences in “La Estación” Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- 91 residences in Espartales Norte, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- 99 residences in Soto de Henares, Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

- Hostalets de Pierola Preschool and Primary School, Barcelona

- 2016 Madrid Centre for Water Sports, Madrid

- Centre for Social Services and Alzheimer’s Treatment in the Arganzuela District, Madrid

- Highlands School in Boadilla del Monte, Madrid

- “Marqués de La Cadena” School in Zaragoza

- Business Office Building on Calle Santa Leonor, Madrid

- Viapol Centre Building, Sevilla

- Pozuelo de Alarcón Municipal School of Music and Dance, Madrid

- Hotel & Club de Golf Las Margas, Sabiñánigo, Huesca

- New Grupo Ortiz Offices in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- Residences in Arroyomolinos, Madrid

- Seville Healthcare Centre

118 residences in Móstoles Sur, Madrid

New Grupo Ortiz Offices in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

Healthcare Centre in Seville


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III.1 CONSTRUCTION I III.1.3 BUILDING

III.1.3.8 NEW CORPORATE SITES

The New Grupo Ortiz Offices are special building structures

featuring a series of large concrete frames that give the internal

layout completely open work areas and floors.

Each floor of the offices can be arranged and designed through

the use of basic dividers. The ribs and visors in the building

façade give the interior ample and comfortable lighting.

This design creates a very comfortable work environment. We

have taken passive and active measures to obtain the desired

bioclimatic conditions.

The buildings’ advanced energy saving

and level of efficiency are evidenced by

the reduced amount of energy needed

and the use of new sustainable forms of

energy

ACTIVE MEASURES

Use of Renewable Forms of Energy:

- Geothermal ground-air heat exchanger system.

- High performance solar thermal panels for use with absorption

equipment.

- Photovoltaic solar panels.

Use of Highly Efficient Forms of Energy:

- Micro turbine with exceptional efficiency.

- Air conditioning chillers and absorption system.

- Use of cooling towers in the fan-coil circuit for milder seasons,

resulting in cooling through minimum power consumption.

PASSIVE MEASURES

Biomechanical Design

Reduction of external thermal load:

- Proper sizing and orientation, allowing for reduced insulation

usage in summer and better entry of solar rays in winter.

- The selection of optimal materials for each direction.

Reduction of internal thermal load:

- Night time ventilation.

- Replacement of artificial light with natural light whenever

possible.

- Use of energy efficient artificial lighting.

- Automatic reduction of internal lighting brightness depending on

the strength of the external light.

PROFITABLE

In order to measure the profitability of each energy source, all

of the building’s main parameters will be monitored. The energy

parameters (efficiency, CO 2 emissions) and economic energy

consumption data will be taken into account.

INTERNAL CIRCULATION OF HOT AND COLD WATER

The chillers and heaters will service a network of pipes circulating

cold water at 7/12º each way in summer and hot water at 55/45º

in winter. This water will be channelled through a system of variable

flow pumps, including the air conditioners and fan coil units, which

will treat the air before sending it to each floor.

COMPLIANCE WITH THE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

OF THE BUILDING CODE

All of our planned buildings not only meet the basic CTE standards,

but also include a set of improvements that consistently allow us to

attain an “A” in energy use.

AIR DISTRIBUTION

To improve overall energy efficiency, the control system allows

us to circulate air from either the geothermal heat exchanger or

from outside. The air flow inside the building is through diffusion

displacement.

ABSORPTION WATER COOLING EQUIPMENT

In addition to the conventional equipment used for the production

of cold water for air conditioning units, special chillers were

also incorporated and which work with the absorption cycle and

help increase the efficiency of all of the system’s production

equipment.

COGENERATION EQUIPMENT

This equipment simultaneously produces:

- Thermal energy in the form of hot water, with temperatures

ranging from 80/85º.

- Electricity that, unlike the electricity from the photovoltaic panels,

is discharged directly into the electrical network.

GEOTHERMAL GROUND-AIR ExCHANGER SYSTEM

The use of geothermal energy can consistently produce power

throughout the entire year. To do so, the system takes in outside

air and channels it to a certain underground depth. The exchanger

heats or cools it, then sends it into the building.

The main air is pre-treated through this exchanger so that air is

warmed in the winter and cooled in the summer. It is then mixed in

the return air supply systems.

THERMAL SOLAR PANELS

Thermal energy from the solar panels will be used to power

the absorption unit’s hotspot and assist in Sanitary Hot Water

production.

CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN FEATURES OF A BIOCLIMATIC BUILDING

CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN FEATURES

Designed in accordance with the Technical Building Code

Prior climate study

Reference vs. project building energy consumption

Better solar protection through the use of vertical ribs

Better solar protection through horizontal sun shades on south facade

Increased shading of roof through upper ribs

Improved interior thermal inertia through uncovered frameworks through continuous false ceiling

Improvement of thermal characteristics of curtain wall glazing

RENEWABLE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGIES, OR ENERGY CONSERVATION SYSTEMS

Photovoltaic Solar Panels

Geothermal Ground-Air Exchanger System

Thermal Solar Panels

High performance thermal solar panels

Water cooling unit with absorption system powered by:

Thermal energy of the combustion gases from two

microgeneration turbines

Forced night-time air ventilation

Use of free-cooling in air conditioners

Incorporation of energy recovery units in air conditioners

Use of water tower for fan-coils in warm seasons

Reduction of artificial lighting brightness depending on twilight lighting

Universal control and regulation system

Energy consumption monitoring and tracking system


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III.1.3.8 NEW CORPORATE SITES

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- Library on Calle Ascao, Madrid

- “Doctor Federico Rubio” Preschool in the Tetuán District, Madrid

- Carabanchel Alzheimer’s Centre, Madrid

- “El Val” Nursing Home on Calle Santander in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- “Ladera de Los Almendros” Nursing Home, Madrid

- Santa Eugenia Nursing Home, Madrid

- “San Vicente Paul” Nursing Home, Madrid

- Secondary Construction on the Palace of Zarzuela Casa de Campo in Madrid

- Work on the Montegancedo Campus Virtual Reality Home Automation Centre, Madrid

- “Los Enebros” Preschool in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Gymnasium for the “Dulcinea” Preschool on Calle Cuesta de Teatinos, 10 de Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Gymnasium for the “Miguel Hernández” Preschool on Calle Luis de Madrona, 15 de Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- 4 Star Hotel and Convention Centre in Claustros de Ayllón, Segovia

- New “Salesianos de Carabanchel” Pavilions for the Inspector’s Office, Madrid

- Total Restoration of the Plaza de España in San Fernando de Henares, Madrid

- “Can Oleo” Reform, Baleares

- Restoration of the Senior Citizens Home “Príncipe de Asturias”, Madrid

- Restoration of the “Triángulo de Oro” Sports Complex Skylighting, Madrid

- Building Restoration on Calle Herrerías, 18, Madrid

- Restoration of the antique “Daoiz y Velarde” quarters for the Centre for Music and Dance, Madrid

- Ateneo de Madrid Renovation

- Banco de España Renovations in Teruel

- Renovation of the San Fernando de Henares Municipal Library, Madrid

- Renovation of the “Islas Filipinas” Public Library, Madrid

- “Ave María” Welfare Centre Rehabilitation, Madrid

- “Colonia Fin de Semana” Cultural Centre Renovation, Madrid

- “Princesa Sofía” Special Education Centre Renovation, Madrid

- Renovation of the “Joan Crespi” Centre for the Disabled in Palma de Mallorca

- Renovation of the “Antonio Machado” Private School in Alcobendas, Madrid

- Renovation of the “Palacio Valdés” Private School, Madrid

- Renovation of la Old Dormitories of the San Ildefonso School, Madrid

- Renovation of de La Antigua Posesión de Son Canaves como Casal De Barri, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares

- Renovation of the surface of the Old Flour Factory, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Renovation of the indoor shooting range on Calle Sepúlveda, 153, La Latina District, Madrid

- Renovation of the “Ciudad del Aire” Preschool and Primary School, Madrid

- Renovation of the “Palacio Cañete” building on Calle Mayor, 69, Madrid

- Renovation of the Administrative Centre on Calle Cardenal Cisneros, 11-13, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Renovation of the Escolapias Building, Soller, Mallorca

- Renovation of the Salesianos Building, Soto del Real, Madrid

- Renovation of the Spanish Office for Patents and Trademarks, Madrid

- Facade Restoration on the Maritime Authority Building in Palma de Mallorca, Baleares

- Restoration of the Palacio de Anglona Gardens, Madrid

- Restoration of the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions, Madrid

- Restoration of the Madrid Municipal Museum

- Restoration of the Museo del Traje in Madrid

- Restoration of the “Antonio Mata” Sports Complex, Madrid

- Restoration of the “José Germain” Psychiatric Care Facility in Leganés, Madrid

- Restoration and Expansion of the Salesianos Atocha Building, Madrid

- Complutense University Medical School Facade Repair, Madrid

- Renovation of the Casa Mudéjar-Casa Árabe of Córdoba

- Restoration of the Aralar Youth Home Building in Guadarrama, Madrid

- “Hospital del Rey” Residence, Toledo

Restoration of the Madrid Municipal Museum

Hospital del Rey” Residence, Toledo Renovation of the Museo del Traje in Madrid

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Renovation of de La Antigua Posesión de Son Canaves como Casal De Barri, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares

Renovation of the Old Dormitories of the San Ildefonso School, Madrid

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- Reinforcement of the outer slope of Castillo de Monteagudo de las Vicarias, Soria

- Disassembly, Transport and Restoration of the Pegasus Statue, Plaza Legazpi, Madrid

- Participation and resources repository in the old quarters of Lepanto, Córdoba

- Residential prototypes under sustainability criteria for the historic district of Toledo, Plaza de las Fuentes nº 4, Toledo

- Underpinning, Reinforcement and Restoration of the Castillo de Bujalance Walls and Towers, Córdoba

- Restoration of the urban areas through environmental measures in the San Pedro alley, Toledo

- Restoration of the building on Calle Antillano Campos, 2, 4 and 6, and San Jorge, 31 intended for the Tirana Ceramics Centre, Seville

- Remodelling of the “Hospital del Rey” Nursing Home, Toledo

- Remodelling and Restoration of “La Casa de Las Cadenas”, Museum of Contemporary Art Headquarters in Toledo

- Renovation of the Archives of the Royal Chancillería of Valladolid

- Renovation of the Building for the Toledo Consortium Offices, Toledo

- Renovation of Facades and Roofs on Calle Barco and Pza. Colegio Infantes, Toledo

- Renovation and Adaptation of Casa Mudéjar for Casa Árabe and the International Institute for Arab and Muslim World Studies, Córdoba

- Restoration of 592 Cemetery Crypts in the Cementerio De Ntra. Sra. de La Almudena de Madrid

- Renovation of the “La Virgen del Puerto” Hermitage, Madrid

- Restoration of the Church Dome for the Convent of Santo Domingo el Real, Toledo

- Restoration of the surfacing of the Church of San Juan Bautista in Guadalix de la Sierra, Madrid

- Restoration of the glass roof tiles of the Basílica de El Pilar de Zaragoza

- Restoration of the Altarpieces, Canvases, Wooden Carvings, Coffering, Woodwork, Chairs and Pew of the Calatrava Royal Church in Madrid

- Restoration of the Seville Museum of Art and Pop Culture

- Restoration of the Templete de la Cruz del Campo, Seville

- Interior restoration of the domes, pillars and face of the Cathedral of Toledo

- Restoration and reinforcement of the Santa Cruz Museum, Toledo

Underpinning, Reinforcement and Restoration of the Castillo de Bujalance Walls and Towers, Córdoba

Restoration of the surfacing of the Church of San Juan Bautista in

Guadalix de la Sierra, Madrid

Remodelling of the “Hospital del Rey” Nursing Home, Toledo

Renovation of Facades and Roofs on Calle Barco and Pza. Colegio

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III.1.5.2 BUILDING PRESERVATION

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Conservation of Private Schools in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Conservation of Public Buildings belonging to the:

- Board of Madrid

- Board of Barajas

- Board of Chamartín

- Board of Chamberí

- Board of Fuencarral-El Pardo

- Board of Retiro

- Board of San Blas

- Board of Tetuán

- Conservation of Madrid Municipal Housing and Land Company Buildings, Madrid

- Conservation work on a National University of Distance Education (UNED) Building, Madrid

- Conservation and Maintenance of the Institute for Armed Forces Residences (INVIFAS), Madrid

- Maintenance on Banco de España buildings, Madrid

- Maintenance of Home Office Buildings, Madrid

- Maintenance on Facilities at the Complutense University Somosaguas Campus, Madrid

- Maintenance and Repair of City Car Parks, Madrid

El Palomar, Hortaleza District, Madrid

“Triángulo de Oro” Sports Complex Skylighting, Tetuán District, Madrid

Galileo Cultural Centre, Chamberí District, Madrid

Maintenance on Facilities at the Complutense University Somosaguas Campus, Madrid


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III.1.5.3 ALTERNATIVE SERVICES

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Public Tender for Alternative Services in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Public Tender for Alternative Services in Alcobendas, Madrid

- Public Tender for Alternative Services in Madrid

- Structural Reinforcement of the Municipal Urban Planning Management Building, Madrid

- Reinforcement of the “Guillermo de Osma” Car park, Madrid

- Reinforcement and Restoration of Buildings on Calle Amparo, Madrid

- Building Demolition in the Tetuán District, Madrid

- Demolition of the Windsor Building, Madrid

- Demolition of a Building on Calle Limón 13, Madrid

- Demolition of the Sinter Building, Asturias

- Partial Demolition of the Conference and Exhibition Centre, Madrid

- Disassembly of the “Ángel Gordillo” Pedestrian Walkway in Madrid

- Disassembly of the M-30 Pedestrian Walkway, Madrid

- Disassembly of the pedestrian walkway from Calle Tulipanes to Parque de las Presillas de Alcorcón, Madrid

- Special Safety Measures at the Vicente Calderón Stadium to combat Aluminosis, Madrid

- Restoration of Building Pº Acacias 11, Madrid

- Restoration of the “Nuestra Señora de las Fuentes” Parish Church, Madrid

- Controlled Blasting Cantón C/ Bronce, Madrid

- Controlled Blasting Electrodo Building, Madrid

- Controlled Blasting “San Fermín” Industrial Building, Madrid

- Controlled Blasting Arias Storehouse Building, Madrid

Disassembly of the pedestrian walkway from Calle Tulipanes to Parque de las Presillas in Alcorcón, Madrid

Disassembly of the M-30 Pedestrian Walkway, Madrid

Building Demolition in the Tetuán District, Madrid

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III.1.5.4 ENGINEERING

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Demolition and disassembly of the Windsor Building in Madrid

- Design and development of new panel bearing sets

- Design and development of a new type of optimised concrete

- Design and development of new foundation systems

- Bioclimatic office buildings for Grupo Ortiz in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

Bioclimatic office buildings for Grupo Ortiz in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

Demolition and disassembly of the Windsor Building in Madrid

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III.1.6.1 ENVIRONMENTAL WORK

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Conditioning of the bans and shores of the Pisuerga River in Simancas, Valladolid

- Supplementary work on the Green Spaces in Ensanche Sur de Alcorcón, Madrid

- Development work at “El Olivar” Park in Sevilla la Nueva, Madrid

- Adaptation of Manzanares Bank in Munilla, La Rioja

- Landscaping for the EMT car park in Carabanchel, Madrid

- Widening of the Las Vegas del Guadiana Natural Path into two stretches in the Municipal regions of Villanueva de La Serena and Navalvillar de

Pela, Balsa de Hitos Stretch, in Badajoz

- Construction of the new “Parque Coimbra” in Móstoles, Madrid

- Creation of Green Areas in Ensanche Sur de Alcorcón, Madrid

- Planting, park creation, urban planning and watering in Espartales Norte in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Environmental preservation of the banks of the Béjar, Salamanca

- Recovery of Cerro Calderico in Consuegra, Toledo

- Reforestation of Barrio de los Olivos in Mejorada del Campo, Madrid

- Reforestation in Barranca de Navacerrada, Madrid

- Renovation of Parque Emir Mohamed I, Madrid

- Development of the La Vaguada public park in Simancas, Valladolid

- “Las Merindades” green path, Burgos

Renovation of Parque Emir Mohamed I, Madrid

Development work at “El Olivar” Park in Sevilla la Nueva, Madrid

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III.1.6.2 ENVIRONMENTAL MAINTENANCE

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Expansion of the Mirabel Ecological Park in Cáceres

- Conservation and maintenance of landscaped spaces of the municipality of Villajoyosa, Alicante

- Conservation and maintenance of landscaping, street furniture and children’s games in Ensanche Sur de Alcorcón, Madrid

- Conservation and maintenance of the reservoirs of El Bayco, El Boquerón, los Charcos, José Bautista, Moratalla, La Risca and Los Rodeos in

Albacete and Murcia

- Conservation and maintenance of parks, gardens, trees and roadsides in Villa de Simancas, Valladolid

- Conservation and maintenance of urban green spaces, parks, gardens and trees for urban zoning for public use in Humanes de Madrid,

Madrid

- Operation of the CDWT plant in El Molar, Madrid

- Landscaping, watering and maintenance in Plot 2 of Valdebebas, Madrid

- Cleaning and maintenance services for the public gardens in Alboraya, Valencia

- Complete maintenance services for the Valdebebas Forest Park, Madrid

- Roadway cleaning service and collection of residue and waste in El Casar, Guadalajara

- Roadway cleaning service and collection of residue and waste in Torrejón del Rey, Guadalajara

Conservation and maintenance of the reservoirs of El Bayco, El Boquerón,

los Charcos, José Bautista, Moratalla, La Risca and Los Rodeos in

Albacete and Murcia

Conservation and maintenance of parks, gardens, trees and roadsides in Villa de Simancas, Valladolid

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Landscaping, watering and maintenance in Plot 2 of Valdebebas, Madrid

Conservation and maintenance of urban green spaces, parks, gardens and trees for urban zoning for public use in Humanes de Madrid, Madrid

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III.1.6.3 WATER WORKS

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Expansion of the Potable Water Treatment Plant in Mohernando, Guadalajara

- Conservation and maintenance for the Supply Network of the Fuenlabrada Division of the Canal de Isabel II, Madrid

- Daganzo de Arriba Warehouse, Madrid

- Potable Water Treatment Plant in Meglar de Fernamental, Burgos

- Potable Water Treatment Plant in Villamuriel de Cerrato, Palencia

- Sewage Treatment Plant in Santovenia, Segovia

- Sewage Treatment Plant in Santillana, Lugo

- Plants for the treatment and control of water in decorative fountains, Madrid

- Improvement and modernisation of the irrigation in the Community of Regantes del Canal de Almazán (phase II), Soria

- Public Swimming Pool in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Collection of Discharges, Left Bank of the Manzanares River, Madrid

- Supply Network for Miraflores de la Sierra and Soto del Real from the Santillana Potable Water Treatment Plant, Madrid

- Renovation of the sewage treatment plant in Cobeña, Madrid

- Polishing Treatment in the Potable Water Treatment Plant in Santillana, Madrid

- Third-party Treatment of the Northwest Network of Nurseries for Water Reuse, Madrid

Supply Network for Miraflores de la Sierra and Soto del Real from the

Santillana Potable Water Treatment Plant, Madrid

Third-party Treatment of the Northwest Network of Nurseries for Water Reuse, Madrid Renovation of the sewage treatment plant in Cobeña

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Expansion of the Potable Water Treatment Plant in Mohernando,

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- Potable Water Treatment Plant in Villamuriel de Cerrato, Palencia

- Potable Water Treatment Plant in Melgar de Fernamental, Burgos

- Treatment Plant in Mohernando, Guadalajara

- Sewage Treatment Plant in Arenteiro, Orense

- Sewage Treatment Plant in Bodegas Hacienda Albae, Ciudad Real

- Sewage Treatment Plant in Cobeña, Madrid

- Sewage Treatment Plant in Curtis, La Coruña

- Sewage Treatment Plant in Ribadeo, Lugo

- Potable Water Treatment Plant in Santillana, Madrid

- Cleaning of Walls, A Coruña

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in Alba de Tormes, Salamanca

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in Arcade, Pontevedra

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in Butarque, Madrid

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in Monforte de Lemos, Lugo

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in Palazuelos de Eresma, Segovia

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in San Esteban de Gormaz, Soria

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in de Taboada, Lugo

- Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in Sur Oriental, Madrid

Potable Water Treatment Plant in Villamuriel de Cerrato, Palencia

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Operations and Maintenance Services of the STP in Butarque, Madrid

Sewage Treatment Plant in Cobeña, Madrid Potable Water Treatment Plant in Santillana, Madrid

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Grupo Ortiz made a solvent debut in the energy sector in 2007 with

the purchase of Elecor and Elecfire. Iberproin, a company specialising

in canalisations and primary and thermal energy facilities once held

by Grupo Ortiz, also joined these two companies, thereby forming a

single firm known as ELECOR.

In the final months of 2009, Grupo Ortiz acquired electricity

companies Juan Galindo and Tendidos y Redes del Sur, which operate

in all of eastern Andalusia (Granada, Almería, Málaga and Jaén) and

have come to complement the energy goods and services marketed

by Grupo Ortiz.

In the area of Power Plants, as we previously mentioned, Grupo Ortiz

maintains several plants that are currently operating at a high level of

productivity. ELECOR has had a presence at these plants as an EPC

contractor and a contractor of the M&O.

As a result of the growth in activity and the extensive experienced

gained over the course of 2010, the company has made a great

commitment to this sector through the creation of the company

ORTIZ ENERGÍA. This company will bring together all of the Group

businesses’ services and aid in the attainment of EPC contracts

and further increase the company’s presence in these increasingly

important markets.

The success of the abovementioned efforts was confirmed with the

signing of the EPC contract for the “La Africana” Thermosolar Power

Plant, which utilises molten salt containers for energy storage. It is

located in Almodóvar del Río – Córdoba, and work was begun in 2010;

it is scheduled to begin operations at the end of 2012. This Plant,

whose solar field is made up of 510,000 m 2 of parabolic mirrors, adds

50 MW to the REE thereby ensuring the production of 177 Gwh of

clean energy annually for twenty-five years, simultaneously preventing

the emission of 4.2 million tonnes of CO 2 into the atmosphere.

The Grupo Ortiz companies comply with and implement the Energy

Efficiency Technical Codes so that the new buildings we complete,

for either residential, industrial or outside use, have the most

sophisticated energy saving technology available, in regards to both

the production and consumption of energy. For example, we can point

out the energy measures implemented at the Group’s new Offices and

the energy management of more than 500 residences over the last

several years.

Ortiz Construcciones, ELECOR and Eléctricas Juan Galindo have

collaborated on numerous projects that involve the assembly of

power lines and the construction of High Voltage substations.

For example, we have the electrical substations in Fuencarral

(Madrid), Segovia, and Fuente de la Alcarria (Guadalajara), as well as

the newest ones in Villanueva de los Escuderos (Cuenca), which is

400 KV, and the plant in Pesoz (Asturias), which is also 400 KV. Our

current projects include an electrical substation to supply power to

Tuneladora in Almería, currently in progress; the hanging of aerial and

placement of underground High Voltage lines from the S/C Vera-Lorca

line to the Terreros substation, as well as the modification of the Toyo-

Hornos Ibéricos High Voltage line, which is 132 KV.

The Grupo Ortiz companies provide their services to the electric

companies in their areas of power generation, distribution and

transportation, performing preventive maintenance, troubleshooting,

line modifications and live wire work. In this area, we should mention

the recent awarding of contracts for the properties listed in the

areas of Castilla La Mancha, Guadalajara and Toledo for Iberdrola

Distribución, Gas Natural and Endesa Generación in the International

arena.

In the area of nuclear power plant electrical installations, ELECOR

has an electrical maintenance contract with the Trillo Nuclear

Power Plant (Guadalajara), in which it has undertaken many major

operations, including changes in the +/- 24 V DC system and the

emergency safeguards system, as well as the implementation of

the REDECA project (AC Electrical Redesign). In regards to solar

power plants, we should mention the operations and maintenance

contract for the 7.8 MW photovoltaic plant in Alconera, (Badajoz),

and the operation of the 700 kW plant in the new Technical School of

Industrial Engineering in Malaga.

Activity in the field of electrical installations has been exceptional

for our companies ELECOR and Juan Galindo over the past year. This

has made us a leader in a sector full of established and renowned

companies.

Both companies have carried out the full range of installations

possible in this field. From the provision of power systems for

educational facilities, special socio-cultural activities, private and

industrial projects, sports facilities, hotels, offices, supermarkets and

many more, not to mention the more pain-staking projects such as

the provision of electricity to various Andalusia ports, museums and

historic and private buildings, or the abovementioned work on the

Trillo Nuclear Power Plant.

The installations for fire detection and prevention systems, pressure

groups, potable water storage networks, fire fighting systems (fire

hose and hydrant networks, sprinklers, etc...) are highly specialised

jobs that ELECOR can complete with full reliability.

Also of note are the projects and assemblies performed for oil

supply systems, heating, air conditioning, smoke removal systems,

compressed air systems and anti-intrusion systems.

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- 300 kW in the Industrial Facility in Cabanillas del Campo, Guadalajara

- Co-generation plant Invernaderos Cualin Quality Antas, Almería

- 1 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Lecce, Italia

- 10 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Monteruga, Puglia, Italia

- 3 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Isis, Puglia, Italia

- 7.2 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in municipality of Alconera II, Badajoz

- 7.8 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Alconera, Badajoz

- 700 kW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in the Technical School of Industrial Engineering in Malaga

- 8 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in municipality of Alange, Badajoz

- 50 MW “La Africana” Thermosolar Power Plant in Almodóvar del Río, Córdoba

8 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in the municipality of Alange, Badajoz

10 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Monteruga, Puglia, Italia

7.8 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Alconera, Badajoz

700 kW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in the Technical School of Industrial Engineering in Malaga

7.2 MW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in the municipality of Alconera II, Badajoz

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- Street Lights in: Almería and Granada; in Sector R6 of Azuqueca de Henares, Guadalajara; in Polígono Los Llanillos de Sigüenza, Guadalajara;

in Sector SNP02 and SP05 “Las Cañas 2”, Guadalajara

- REE (Energy Efficiency Regulations) standard street lighting for Polígono “Los Llanillos” in the municipality of Sigüenza, Guadalajara

- Execution of MAE (Improvement of Exterior Supply) project Design Modifications

- Execution of the REDECA (AC Electrical Redesign) in the Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara

- Electricity and street lighting in conformance with the Energy Efficiency Regulations (REE) of sectors R6-8 PEI 2 SGV 9 in the Urbanisation of

Villanueva de la Torre, Guadalajara

- Electricity and street lighting in conformance with the Energy Efficiency Regulations (REE) of Valdeluz, Guadalajara

- District Heating in Puente de Vallecas, Madrid

- Distributed generation for residences in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Energy management for residences in Colmenar Viejo and Paracuellos del Jarama, Madrid

- Energy management for building with 97 units in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- Air conditioning system installation for Grupo Ortiz offices on Avenida del Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- Distributed generation projects and installations for the Espartales Sports Complex in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Remodelling of the street light network in El Coto in El Casar, Guadalajara

Air conditioning system installation for Grupo Ortiz offices on Avenida del Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

Energy management for residences in Colmenar Viejo and Paracuellos del Jarama, Madrid

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TRANSPORTATION, POWER PROJECTS AND SUBSTATIONS

FEATURED PROJECTS

- 66 KV S/C High Voltage Conductor Change in the following sections: Cosario-Aguadulce, Cosario-Cumbres, Ejido-Cumbres, Naranjos-

Aguadulce and Vera-Albox, all in Almería

- Change in voltage from 20 KV to 66 KV on the D/C Marinas line, Almería

- Inspection and maintenance of Endesa grids in Almería, Granada and Málaga, and IBERDROLA DISTRIBUCIÓN, S.A. grids in Castilla La

Mancha, for the areas of Guadalajara and Toledo

- Assembly of Above- and Below-Ground High Voltage Line in: the S/C Vera-Lorca line to the Terreros Substation, Almeria; the Benahadux-

Desalination Plant section for the provision of the Torrecardenas Substation, Almeria; the Terreros Substation, Almería; the Almería I and II

wind farms’ A132 Kv D/C aerial Evacuation line to the Carboneras substation and the Naranjos-Vera Line, in Almería; Aerial modification of

the 66 Kv S/C line in Andújar-Bailén-La Carolina and in Toyo Hornos Ibéricos 132 Kv, Almería

- Medium, Constant and Low Voltage Network Grid Assembly in: Derramadero in Palmero and Dofran, Almería; Las Marinas in Roquetas

de Mar, Almería; Solar Field in Vicar, Almería; Solar Field in Cuevas de Almanzora, Almería; Photovoltaic Plant in Ferva La Mojonera, Almería;

Sector R6 in Azuqueca de Henares, Guadalajara; Polígono Los Llanillos de Sigüenza, Guadalajara; Sector SNP02, Guadalajara; Sector SP05

“Las Cañas 2”, Guadalajara; Desaladora Villaricos, Almería

- Burial of H.T.L. in the S/C 66 Kv Naranjos - Aguadulce between supports 44 and 45, in the D/C 66 KV between Benahadux-Andarax-

Desalination in Polígono 2 of Sector 8, Almería, in the D/C 66 Kv between Andarax-Benahadux and Benahadux-Desalination, Almería, in

the S/C66 Kv of the Aguadulce-Cosario section, Almería, in the S/C 66 Kv in the Berja-Macresur-Cosario section, Almería, in the Electrical

Substation 132/20 KV 10 MVA and 132 Kv D/C line for provision to Tuneladora, in Almería

- Medium, Constant and Low Voltage Urbanisation in the U.E. CH 42 Campohermoso, in Sector R10 Almería, in the HG2-1 of Almerinar; in El Toyo, in

the Venta Gutiérrez Vicar, in the Southeast. Substation 64 in Mirador de la Torre, in Balcón de Macael and in Sector S-LF1 of Pulpi, Tejera, all in Almería

- Live wire work and fault correction for IBERDROLA DISTRIBUCIÓN, S.A.

- Comprehensive Maintenance work for High Voltage lines for GAS NATURAL SGD S.A.

- Underground High Voltage lines for affected services of ADIF for ADIF for IBERDROLA DISTRIBUCIÓN, S.A. in Pinto, Madrid

Electrical Substation of Villanueva de los Escuderos, in Cuenca

400 KV Electrical Substation in Udalla, Cantabria

Industrial Facility in Torija, Guadalajara


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FEATURED PROJECTS

- Maintenance of Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara

- Maintenance of 7.2 MW Photovoltaic Solar Plant in Alconera II, Badajoz

- Maintenance of 7.8 MW Photovoltaic Solar Plant in Alconera, Badajoz

- Maintenance of 700 kW Photovoltaic Solar Plant at the Technical School of Industrial Engineering in Malaga

- Maintenance of 8.0 MW Photovoltaic Solar Plant in Alange, Badajoz

- Maintenance and lighting repositioning for the Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara

- Electrical maintenance at the Industrial Water Pre-treatment plant for Steam Systems at the Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara

- Electrical installation services in the 2010 recharge at the Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara

- 2010 Update of Maintenance Procedures and Inspections at the Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara

- Pump power and interference correction in the powering of lighting towers from ZV-2 at the Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara

- Storage Building Maintenance for street lighting fixtures of SOCELEC

- Maintenance of electrical, air and PCI installations of:

- TÉCNICAS DE LA IMAGEN in Azuqueca de Henares, Guadalajara

- MUSGO in Coslada, Madrid

- HOSPITAL ORTIZ DE ZARATE in Guadalajara

- BIOGESDENT in Guadalajara

- COLEGIO VALLMONT in Villanueva del Pardillo, Madrid

- CITY HALL OF AZUQUECA, Guadalajara

- DESARROLLOS IND. GRAN EUROPA 21, Guadalajara

- DESARROLLOS IND. ALCARRIA in “San Isidro” Facility in Yunquera de Henares, Guadalajara

- Boiler room maintenance for private buildings and residences in Madrid

Maintenance of 700 kW Photovoltaic Solar Plant at the Technical School of Industrial Engineering in Malaga

Maintenance of 8.0 MW Photovoltaic Solar Plant in Alange, Badajoz

Electrical maintenance at the Industrial Water Pre-treatment plant for Steam Systems at the Trillo Nuclear Power Plant, Guadalajara


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AND ASSEMBLY

FEATURED PROJECTS

- Electrical and lighting installations at the Public Car Park on Avda. Portugal, Madrid

- Modifications to Medium Voltage and Constant Voltage connections for “Finca La Isla” in the Municipality of Heras de Ayuso, Guadalajara

- Connection and electrical installations for Logistical Facility in Senda Chiriviana in Ctra. Extremadura, Madrid

- Special electrical installations for El Val Nursing Homes, Madrid

- Electrical installations for the logistical facility in Torija, Guadalajara

- Ventilation and fire prevention installations for the Juncal Public Car Park in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid

- Plan for electrical integration and modifications to the Cibeles Complex in the Bco. de España on Calle Alcalá, Madrid

- Special electrical installations for the “La Garena” Sports Complex in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- Special electrical installations for the Burgos Public Library

- Paseo de la Chopera street lighting between Calle Fdo. Poo and Puente de la Princesa, Madrid

- Installations at the Preschool in the City of Arts and Sciences, Fuenlabrada, Madrid

Special electrical installations for El Val Nursing Homes, Madrid

Electrical and lighting installations at the Public Car Park on Avda. Portugal, Madrid

Special electrical installations for the “La Garena” Sports Complex in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

Electrical installations for the logistical facility in Torija, Guadalajara


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“Manuela Malasaña Community” Development with 118 state subsidised residences in Móstoles, Madrid

III.3 REAL ESTATE

III.3 REAL ESTATE

III.3.1 Subsidised Housing

III.3.2 Residence for Lease with the Option to Buy

III.3.3 Private Housing

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III.3 REAL ESTATE

The companies in the REAL ESTATE sector that make up a branch

of Grupo Ortiz have been operating in the market since 1993. They

took advantage of the real estate boom our country was enjoying

in those days and constructed and marketed numerous housing

developments, both private and subsidised, primarily in two centres

for urban development in Madrid: in Ensanche de Vallecas and

in Vereda de Ganapanes. Our work in these areas was constant,

not just in the construction phase, but also in the initial approach

and future planning of projects. This expertise allowed us to have

a firm grasp on the market conditions and know when to offload

investments on shaky ground just as the market began to show

signs of weakness.

This expertise, already clearly established by 2005, has allowed the

companies within Grupo Ortiz to dedicate themselves exclusively to

the development and construction of subsidised housing and resist

the sector-wide crisis with solvency. The REAL ESTATE Area of Grupo

Ortiz includes the following companies: ORTIZ Construcciones,

ORTIZ Área Inmobiliaria, AGRICASA, PRORAx, El Arce de Villalba

and Superficie Cartera de Inversiones.

In the last several years, Grupo

Ortiz has completed nearly 10,000

subsidised residences, located largely

in developments within Madrid or in its

local Community

In the past business year, 1,723 of the subsidised housing units

marketed were rented, rented with an option to buy in areas like

Paracuellos del Jarama, Parla, Alcalá de Henares and Colmenar

Viejo, or were under construction, such as those being developed

in Collado Villalba, Alcalá de Henares and Móstoles, all in the

Community of Madrid.

Through its development companies, Grupo Ortiz is also involved

in other lines of business, thanks to the acquisition of rural lots,

parcels, car parks, stores and offices, all of which make our REAL

ESTATE Area, together with Construction and Energy, one of the

pillars of our growth and stability.

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- “Atenas” development, 234 VPT residences (with controlled pricing) in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- “Los Álamos” development, 141 VPO residences (state subsidised) in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- “Los Cisnes” development, 140 VPT residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- “Los Robles I” development, 114 VPT residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- “Los Robles II” development, 159 VPT residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- “Los Robles III” development, 67 VPT residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- “París” developments, 141 VPT residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

- “Espartales Norte Community” development, 91 VPP residences in Espartales Norte, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

- “Jardines de la Estación Community” development, 94 VPPL subsidised residences in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- “Manuela Malasaña Community” development, 118 VPP residences in area 1-2, lot 1, in Móstoles, Madrid

- “Villalba Joven Community” development, 84 VPPAOC residences on Calle Chopera de Collado Villalba, Madrid

- “Sidney” development, 204 VPT residences in Ensanche de Vallecas, Madrid

“Sidney” development, 204 VPT residences in Ensanche de Vallecas,

Madrid

“Manuela Malasaña Community” development, 118 VPP residences in area 1-2, lot 1, in Móstoles, Madrid “Espartales Norte Community” development, 91 VPP residences in Espartales Norte, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid

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“Jardines de la Estación Community” development, 94 VPPL subsidised

residences in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

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OPTION TO BUY

FEATURED PROJECTS

- “Altos del Jarama Community” development, 180 VPPAOC residences, in plots BA09 and B10 in Paracuellos del Jarama, Madrid

- “La Estación Community” development, 97 VPPAOC residences in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

- “Villalba Joven Community” development, 84 VPPAOC residences on Calle Chopera de Collado Villalba, Madrid

- “Villalba Community” development, 48 VPPAJOC residences on Calle Huertas de Collado Villalba, Madrid

- “Alcalá” development, 80 VPPAOC residences in Espartales, Alcalá Henares, Madrid

“Alcalá” development, 80 VPPAOC residences in Espartales, Alcalá Henares, Madrid

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“Villalba Joven Community” development, 84 VPPAOC residences on Calle Chopera de Collado Villalba, Madrid

“La Estación Community” development, 97 VPPAOC residences in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid

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FEATURED PROJECTS

- “Monte Elviria” development, 23 single family residences in Ojén, Málaga

- “Mirador de La Vaguada” development, 143 residences in Vereda de Ganapanes-Peñachica, Madrid

- “Terrazas de La Vaguada” development, 79 residences in Vereda de Ganapanes-Peñachica, Madrid

- “Gran Vía de Hortaleza” development, 65 residences in Madrid

- “Chantada 40” development, 180 residences in Vereda de Ganapanes-Peñachica, Madrid

- “Jardines de Gran Via” development, 50 residences in Gran Vía de Hortaleza, Madrid

- “Los Granados” development, 10 single family residences, Madrid

- “Olivar de la Hinojosa” development, 82 residences in Madrid

- “Olivar de Osuna” development, 6 single family residences, Madrid

- Development of 116 residences Puente de Ventas, Madrid

“Gran Vía de Hortaleza” development, 65 residences in Madrid “Terrazas de La Vaguada” development, 79 residences in Vereda de

Ganapanes-Peñachica, Madrid

“Olivar de la Hinojosa” development, 82 residences in Madrid

“Monte Elviria” development, 23 single family residences in Ojén, Málaga

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700 kW Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in the Technical School of Industrial Engineering in Malaga

III.4 PUBLIC WORKS

Solar Energy

Motorways

Parking Facilities

Cultural

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III.4 PUBLIC WORKS

Grupo Ortiz has been involved with the Public Works area of business

for years and attained a level of expertise that led to an era of

increased activity and growth in recent years. This field is not new

to the Group however, as it began investing in public works in 1997

when it first carried out construction projects for leasable housing for

the Housing Institute of Madrid (IVIMA).

That makes thirteen years of experience in the complex world of

public works, years that have allowed us, now supported by a healthy

economy, to now take on numerous projects of an increasingly

technical and profitable nature.

The Public Works Area spreads its activities over several different

markets. In the area of roads and motorways, our company holds a

stake in the company Accesos de Ibiza, S.A., which built, preserves

and operates the stretch of motorway that links the Ibiza town of San

Antonio and the island’s Airport. We are also a part of Concesionaria

Viario A31, S.A., which holds a preservation contract for the Bonete-

Alicante stretch of the A-31 with the Ministry of Public Works. This

totals 188 km of motorways.

In the car parks sector, Ortiz Concesiones operates seven car parks

in the Community of Madrid, six in the capital and one in Zamora. In

total, it operates 2,387 car park spaces and has another 1,315

currently in development.

In regards to Environmental work, Grupo Ortiz has a stake in UTE

EDAR Ribadeo, which controls the Sewage Plant in the Galician town.

In the area of Culture and Sport, Ortiz Concesiones has interests in the

“La Rambleta” Cultural Centre in Valencia and in the “Andrés Torrejón”

Sports Facility, which Ortiz Construcciones is erecting in the Madrid

town of Móstoles.

We have saved discussion of the Area of Energy for last. This is a

sector in which Grupo Ortiz already has several photovoltaic power

plants in operation in Extremadura, in Alange and Alconera, and los

Hinojosos, in Cuenca; as well as the photovoltaic facility installed at

the University of Malaga. Currently in the final phases of construction

are the power plants in Southern Italy which we mentioned in the

Energy chapter. All in all, that is 28.8 MW.

Nevertheless, the most ambitious project for Grupo Ortiz in the Area

of Public Works is undoubtedly the construction and operation of the

thermosolar power plant known as “La Africana.” It is located in the

municipalities of Fuente Palmera, Guadalcázar and Almodóvar del Río,

in the province of Córdoba, a prime position that features historically

above average radiation and is situated on flat ground, with access to

water and close to connection points. With 50 MW of power resulting

from an investment of nearly 380 Million Euros, the plant was founded

on cylindrical-parabolic collector technology and an electrical power

storage system with 7.5 hours capacity. To date, it is undeniably the

most significant project undertaken by the Grupo Ortiz Area of Public

Works.

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FEATURED PROJECTS

Motorways

- Bonete-Alicante A31 Motorway

- New Access Motorway to Ibiza Airport, Baleares

Sociocultural

- “La Rambleta” Theatre, Valencia

- “Andrés Torrejón” Sports Complex in Móstoles, Madrid

Water Works

- Sewage Treatment Plant of Ribadeo, Lugo

Solar Power

- Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Lecce, Italia

- Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Alconera II, Badajoz

- Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Alange, Badajoz

- Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Alconera, Badajoz

- “La Africana” Thermosolar Power Plant in Fuente Palmera, Córdoba, with 50 MW power and totalling 52 hectares

- Administrative license for the assembly and operation of a 700 kW photovoltaic Solar Plant at the new Technical School of Industrial

Engineering in Malaga

Car Parks

- Car park and underground tunnel in Collado Villalba, Madrid

- “Alameda” Residential Car Park, Madrid

- “Padre Damián” Residential Car Park, Almería

- “Andorra 2”, Madrid

- “Iliada” Residential Car Park, Madrid

- “Juan Ramón Jiménez” Residential Car Park, Madrid

- “Poeta Leopoldo de Luis” Residential Car Park, Madrid

- “Reyes Católicos” Car Park, Zamora

Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant in Lecce, Italia

“Juan Ramón Jiménez” Residential Car Park, Madrid Bonete-Alicante A31 Motorway Administrative license for the assembly and operation of a 700 kW

photovoltaic Solar Plant at the new Technical School of Industrial

Engineering in Malaga

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9.188 MW Photovoltaic Power Plant in Monteruga, Comune de Salice Salentino, Puglia region, Italy

III.5 INTERNATIONAL

Peru

Colombia

Chile

Mexico

Italy

Hungary

Bulgaria

Poland

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One component of the Grupo Ortiz Diversification Plan that the Group

has been executing over the past years is a Business Area that has

experienced more growth at a faster pace over the past year. This field

is the international expansion of its member companies.

Thanks to this diversification and the fact that each branch of

business handles all areas of that field, the Group has been in a

position to analyse numerous proposals and many factors regarding

our international operations: everything from the legal and political

stability of the country we set up in, to those countries’ needs to

develop infrastructure, to the presence of local partners who value

our technical and economic dependability…, conditions that in 2010,

Latin American countries like Peru and Colombia have met deftly.

These are countries in which we already maintain a stable presence, a

presence that in 2011 will be expanded into Chile and Mexico.

The Andean country was the first to host the commercial activity of

the Grupo Ortiz companies. There are multiple Group firms already

operating in Peru, namely Ortiz Construcciones, ASTEISA, COSFESA

and Juan Galindo T&D. This has helped the company primarily

in bringing together our overseas operations, Ortiz International

Investment, which form part of the shareholders of the company EOM

Peru, as last year part of the share capital of EHM Peru, Peruvian

construction company with a strong presence in the country, was

purchased. Among the most significant operations currently underway

in Peru, we should mention several Lima sites that will soon become

apartments, lofts and shops, as well as a potable water treatment

centre in Chao, in the province of Trujillo, Department of Libertad,

which is also the future site of a water reservoir, currently under

construction. We should also note the construction of a 16 storey

building, the “Golf Tower,” in San Isidro, Lima.

Since May of 2010, Grupo Ortiz has had a solid presence in

Colombia following the creation of the company Ortiz Colombia,

which is already carrying out a contract in Bogota for the capital’s City

Hall, known as “Malla Vial Sector 4,” for a total of 40 million Euros.

The company is involved in new projects in the areas of concessions,

water treatment, rail lines and public works.

Our continually growing presence in Europe has also been an

important factor in our success. In Italy, AGRICASA holds a 50% stake

in the company MED SOLAR SPV 10 and, through this company,

Grupo Ortiz companies such as ELECOR and Juan Galindo T&D,

among others, are working on projects at various photovoltaic energy

plants in Southern Italy and in Lecce, Monteruga and Masseria

Ricciardi, all three located in the region of Puglia.

Poland, Hungary and Bulgaria are all home to Grupo Ortiz branches

through Grupo Ortiz Polska and Ortiz Electra. Romania will also

soon be joining this group. The Poland branch holds Railway, Energy

and Water Treatment contracts, while in Hungary and Bulgaria, the

company is focused on contracts involving motorways, railways,

railway conservation, sanitation plans and water purification.

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FEATURED PROJECTS

Peru

- El Olivar Building, Lima

- Alfredo Salazar Building, San Isidro, Lima

- Golf Tower Building facing the San Isidro Golf Course, Lima

- Social Housing in Santa Margarita de Piura

- Social Housing San Idelfonso de Ica

- Potable Water Treatment Plant in the Town of Chao, Trujillo Province

- Water Reservoir in Chao, Trujillo Province

- International Channel on the Ecuadorian border

Italy

- Construction of a 10 MW Photovoltaic Power Plant under EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) standards in Monteruga, Comune

de Salice Salentino, Puglia

- Construction of a 3 MW Photovoltaic Power Plant under EPC standards in Masseria Ricciardi, Comune de Foggia, Puglia

- Construction of a 1 MW Photovoltaic Power Plant under EPC standards in Lecce, Puglia

Colombia

- “Malla Vial Sector 4” Contract for the Institute of Urban Development, for Bogota City Hall

El Olivar Building, Lima, Peru

“Malla Vial Sector 4” Contract for the Institute of Urban Development, for

Bogota City Hall

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“Malla Vial Sector 4” Contract for the Institute of Urban Development, for

Bogota City Hall

Construction of a 10 MW Photovoltaic Power Plant under EPC standards in Monteruga, Comune de Salice Salentino, Puglia

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Alfredo Salazar Building, San Isidro, Peru Potable Water Treatment Plant in the Town of Chao, Trujillo Province,

Peru

International Channel on the Ecuadorian Border, Peru

Social Housing in Santa Margarita de Piura, Peru

Corporate Office Building, Peru

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IV. DIRECTORY

GROUP COMPANIES

GRUPO EMPRESARIAL ORTIZ, S.L.

ORTIZ Construcciones y Proyectos S.A.

CONDISA, Compañía Internacional de Construcción

y Diseño, S.A.U.

ASTEISA, Tratamiento de Aguas, S.A.U.

INDAGSA, Indag, S.A.U.

INDITEC, Ingeniería y Diseños Técnicos, S.A.U.

ORTIZ International Investment, S.L.

Avda. del Ensanche de Vallecas, 44

28051 Madrid

Phone: +34 913.431.600

ORTIZ Área Inmobiliaria, S.L.U.

ORTIZ Energía, S.L.

Avda. del Ensanche de Vallecas, 37

28051 Madrid

Phone: +34 913.431.600

PRORAx, S.A.U.

C/ Entrepeñas, 35-37

28051 Madrid

Phone: +34 917.130.324

COSFESA, Contratas y Servicios

Ferroviarios, S.A.U.

C/ Ramón Cabanillas, 2 B Local 2

32004 Ourense

Phone: +34 988.231.561

OTHER OFFICES AND CENTRES

Grupo Ortiz Central Warehouse

Ctra. Barcelona, km. 14,200

28042 Madrid

Phone: +34 913.291.809

INDAGSA Prefabricated Concrete Factory

Ctra. N-320 a Torrelaguna, km. 314,02

19170 El Casar, Guadalajara

Phone: +34 949.336.775

Construcciones ICMA-PROAKIS, S.A.U.

C/ El Pedreru, parcela 5

Polígono Industrial Vega de Baiña

33682 Baiña - Mieres, Asturias

Phone: +34 985.231.020

ELECOR, S.A.U.

C/ Pintor Casto Plasencia, 4

19004 Guadalajara

Phone: +34 949.212.605

IMPULSA GRUP ORTIZ S.L.

Avda. Diagonal 579, 3ª planta

08014 Barcelona

Phone: +34 931.935.183

JUAN GALINDO, S.L.

Autovía Almería-Aeropuerto, km 5.7

04006 Almería

Phone: +34 950.626.048

Tendidos y Redes del Sur, S.L.

Sector 20, C/ Hierro, s/n

04009 Almería

Phone: +34 950.622.831

DELEGATIONS

Asturias

ICMA PROAKIS

C/ El Pedreru, parcela 5 Pol. Ind. Vega de Baiña

33682 Baiña – Mieres, Asturias • Phone: +34 985.231.020

Andalucía

Ortiz Construcciones

C/ Luis Montoto, 107

41007 Sevilla • Phone: +34 954.575.131

Juan Galindo, S.L

Autovía Almería-Aeropuerto, km 5.7

04006 Almería • Phone: +34 950.626.048

Castilla La Mancha

Ortiz Construcciones

CONDISA

Avda. Mas del Rivero, 17 1º

45004 Toledo • Phone: +34 925.251.045

ELECOR

C/ Pintor Casto Plasencia, 4

19004 Guadalajara • Phone: +34 949.212.605

Extremadura

Ortiz Construcciones

C/ Eugenio Hermoso, 23 1º F

06800 Mérida, Badajoz

Galicia

COSFESA

C/ Ramón Cabanillas, 2 B local 2

32004 Ourense • Phone: +34 988.231.561

INTERNATIONAL DELEGATIONS

ORTIZ POLSKA

Affiliate in Poland.

Ul. Aleje Jerozolimskie, 99/19

02-001 Varsovia (Polonia)

Phone: 48.228.219.875 Fax: 48.226.270.249

ORTIZ PERÚ

C/ Antequera, 606

San Isidro, Lima (Perú)

Phone: 511.660.21.27

ORTIZ COLOMBIA

C/ 99 N.11B-14 casa 7

Bogotá (Colombia)

Phones: 610.23.96 / 522.50.53 / 616.32.74

Balearic Islands

Ortiz construcciones

CONDISA

Av. Alejandro Roselló, 28, 2ª planta

07002 Palma de Mallorca, Baleares

Phone: +34 971.717.044 - +34 971.713.310

Fax: +34 971.728.813

La Rioja

Ortiz Construcciones

C/ Hermanos Moroy, 22, 3º Dcha.

26001 Logroño, La Rioja

Phone: +34 941.275.057

Valencian Community

Ortiz Construcciones

INDITEC

Avda. de Francia, 45, Esc. 1ª, Piso 2º, Puerta 3

46023 Valencia

Phone: +34 963.255.875

Castilla León

Ortiz Construcciones

INDITEC

Plaza Marcos Fernández, 2, 1º Oficina F

47014 Valladolid

Phone: +34 983.377.587

Cataluña

IMPULSA GRUP ORTIZ

Avda. Diagonal, 579, 3ª planta

08014 Barcelona • Phone: +34 931.935.183

GRUPO EOM

C/ Santa Luisa,186

San Isidro, Lima (Perú)

Phone: 511.202.46.46

MEDSOLAR SPV10, S.R.L.

Viale Somalia 28

00100 Roma (Italia)

ORTIZ CHILE

Miraflores 130 piso 16

Santiago de Chile (Chile)

Phone: 56.99.09.44.326

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Juan de Pazos Liaño

Bernardo González Corcés

Ricardo Santonja Jiménez (Estudio I+D+art)

Archivo fotográfico de Grupo Ortiz

Editing: Grupo Ortiz

Design: www.islagrafica.com

Printing: Global Diseña

Date of Edition: January 2011

Legal File: M-3601-2011

Printed on FSC certified paper


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Avda. del Ensanche de Vallecas, 44

28051 Madrid

Phone: 91 343 16 00

grupoortiz.com

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