Lima, AUGUST 1 2022 OHLA, 25 years promoting sustainable infrastructures that promote progress in Peru

OHLA is a global infrastructure group with 110 years of history that operates in three geographic areas: the United States, Europe and Latin America. In Latin America, the company has been developing projects for 45 years, improving the region's progress and growth.

One of OHLA's goals is to promote the well-being of people and foster the development of infrastructures with a positive impact on society. All of this is part of its Sustainability Plan 2022-2024 articulated around three strategic priorities aligned with the SDGs of the UN's 2030 Agenda: sustainable business, responsible management and social progress.

As part of the Quellaveco and Antamina mining projects, the company has hired almost 500 local workers, as well as suppliers and services in the area. Another noteworthy action is its participation in the improvement of the facilities of several schools in the area surrounding the crushing plant built at the Shauindo mine.

Within the sustainable business context, the company incorporates good practices aimed at combating climate change. As an example, in the initiative to protect springs in the ByPass Road project at the Quellaveco mine, the company implemented measures to protect the natural environment.

OHLA also applies outstanding sustainability and innovation standards in the construction of its infrastructure. In the National Museum of Archaeology (MUNA), the largest in the country and one of the most important in Latin America, it used sustainable methodologies such as Lean Construction, and innovative ones such as BIM (Building Information Modeling), to ensure sustainability, quality and efficiency throughout the construction process.

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