Organization

HTB is the controlling shareholder of HTB Group, which consists of four engineering and construction companies of excellence that offer comprehensive services and full solutions for pre-construction, project development and construction in South America.

Present for over 50 years in the country, HTB has great experience in the building, industrial and infrastructure private market with an extensive technical collection of over 500 works, 7 million square meters built and nearly 4 million cubic meters of concrete.

TEDESCO originated in the south of Brazil, with more than 60 years of tradition and active in the building and industrial markets.

KERN provides engineering and construction services for logistics and industrial warehouses, which is a segment that is primarily characterized by fast construction works and competitive cost.

HTB Fit offers integrated management for engineering services, project management, permits and construction works for clients with standard designs and wide-ranging presence nationwide.

HTA, headquartered in Buenos Aires, represents the HTB Group in Argentina and Uruguay and provides engineering and construction services in the building, industrial and infrastructure markets.

The Zech Group - Structure and Strategy

Zech Group is an internationally operating, mid-sized business that is in family hands. The name Zech meanwhile stands for more than 100 years of experience and continuity. Zech Group GmbH is the holding company of a widely diversified group.

The Zech Group GmbH is a strategic management holding company incorporating six divisions with their own actively operating controlling companies. This parent company coordinates the work of the six divisions, develops the overall strategy and formulates the global targets for further development of the entire business group.

The sheer variety of services we offer makes us a competent partner in the sectors Construction, Real Estate, Hotel, Environment/Technology, Industry and International & Consulting.

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