15 Cll Davila, Bayamón, 00959, Puerto Rico

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Monday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Alproem Engineering

About the business

Alproem Engineering Contractors | Contratistas | Bayamón | Puerto Rico (PR)

Alproem, a fast response company, is fully committed on providing valuable civil, architectural, mechanical and electrical construction services to our clients in the Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Medical Devices, Aerospace and other manufacturing sectors. Alproem has established, over nineteen years of experience, strong foundations, which give us leverage and strength to provide high quality service, transparency with our client and the value added consistently on every project. Safety, being a top priority in our company, is continuously reinforced with all the necessary resources to strengthen our operations and ensure a safe working environment for our personnel. We are excited about the future and also convinced that networking and partnering are key factors for the stabilization and growth of our business. We certainly hope we can work together in your future projects. To be the leader in the construction industry within the industrial sector of Puerto Rico. To perform construction work in the industrial sector, complying with strict requirements of quality, safety, budget and time. At the same time, we'll provide the value added of performing all disciplines within our organization. We commit ourselves to being respectuf, reliable and professional towards our colleagues and furthermore our society. Business 787-995-0309 Fax 787-288-3674 evettec@alproem.com Carr.168 #63 Hato Tejas, Bayamón

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