It will have 10,000 square metres of industrial buildings and 1,000 metres of office space on a 43,000 metre plot.
The work must be completed by 2022 and handed over to the owner before 30 December.
Sabiñánigo, 17 March – Iberfoil, the subsidiary of the Aliberico group specialising in thin sheet aluminium rolling, has selected the Aragonese construction company ACONTEBRO to build the warehouses and facilities for its new manufacturing project, called Iberfoil Integra, in Sabiñánigo (Huesca).
The new factory, with 10,000 square metres of industrial buildings and 1,000 square metres of offices, on a plot of 43,000 metres, will be built in an area adjacent to Iberfoil’s current rolling mill, and should be completed by 2022 and handed over to the owner before 30 December.
Three years ago, the Aragonese company ACONTEBRO already built a 4,500 square metre building for Iberfoil for the installation of the aluminium coil tension levelling line.
Iberfoil, within its philosophy of working and collaborating with Aragonese companies, has selected ACONTEBRO’s offer among those of many other Spanish construction companies interested in the project.
ACONTEBRO, owned by the Garcés family, has its headquarters in Zaragoza and is one of the leading construction companies in Spain in the construction of prefabricated concrete industrial buildings.
The Iberfoil Integra project was classified by the Government of Aragon on 19 May 2021 as a Project of Regional Interest and was published on 25 May in the Official Gazette of Aragon.