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ISO 9001

Based on ISO 9001 standard, our Quality Management System development ensure that our products and services meet the requirements established by the client, as well as the legal and regulatory requirements that are applicable in our activities.

Our staff makes continuous maintenance and improvement of our Quality System, lead by PROYECO´s management team, which provides the necessary tools and resources to periodic self-evaluation, setting, and achieving the targets set out in its Company Policy.

According to an increasingly demanding and competitive market, it is essential that Quality Management Systems are aimed to achieve more and more efficient processes facing the satisfaction of both our customers as our partners and employees.

ISO 14001

Our conscious commitment with the environment, lead to the implement an Environmental Management System according to the International Standard ISO 14001. Construction activities may have a strong impact on the environment.

Although this effect is generally temporary, we identify the environmental impacts that construction activities may cause, in order to minimize or completely avoid its impact on the environment.

This work is carried out through setting up and monitoring environmental plans, during the execution of each project.

ISO 45001

We rigorously apply the requirements for the Occupational Health and Safety Management System based on the ISO 45001 standard, which guarantees a low or almost zero accident rate in our company.

Our human resource is our main asset, so Safety and Health at work is one of our strategic pillars. Our commitment reaches the most demanding standards and strengthens the professional team. A preventive culture that involves both contractors and external collaborators.

We respect all Occupational Health and Safety Regulations that apply in the countries where we are located, while promoting the integration of these guidelines in company policies, through training and information.

UNE 166002

The continuous evolution towards an increasingly technological world drives us to position ourselves as an innovative SME in our services, through the training and participation of our workers in new technologies, sustainability and safety, actions that promote the culture of innovation and the promotion of R+D+i projects that promote new contracts.

For this reason, we integrate the UNE 166002:2021 Standard into our Management System, which defines the requirements that an R&D&i management system must meet, aimed at managing innovation. Under this standard we develop new technological tools that allow us to optimize internal processes.


Anually we present an “Environmental Statement”, following the standards for the Eco Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS III), that defines environmental aspects, management, objectives that are set, and their evolution through time. The constructive activity can sometimes have a strong impact on the environment.

We identify the environmental impacts that our activities may cause in it, in order to minimize or completely avoid its impact on the environment. This work is carried out through setting up and monitoring environmental plans, during the execution of each project.

CNEC Mexico

We are affiliated with the National Chamber of Consulting Companies of Mexico (CNEC), which certifies both our experience in service specialties as well as economic solvency, intellectual capital and installed capacity.

Comprehensive consultancy in investment projects | Urbanism | Traffic Engineering | Urban and regional mobility | Architectural project | Hydraulic and sanitary works | Ports | Airports | Highways and roads | Urban public transport | Multimodal transport | Railways | Hospital infrastructure | Metal and concrete structures | Land routes | Facilities | Environmental impact and risk studies | Project management | Construction supervision | Economic and cost engineering | Surface topography | Soil mechanics | Seismology | Surface hydrology | Geohydrology | Studies for roads | Geometric design | Capacity and income studies