Alfonso Morcos serves as infrastructure project manager for Hunt Mexico.
In this role, he
is involved in the development of new infrastructure related projects throughout Mexico, Central and South America,
During his tenure at Hunt Mexico, he has sourced and implemented strategic consulting projects within the State of Nuevo Leon on behalf of the Governor's office, reporting to the Secretary of Urban Development providing concept development and technical engineering support for the development of "The City of Knowledge" which is the first Technology Research Park in Mexico.
also facilitated the campus and infrastructure conceptual layout to promote interaction between private and public universities as well as the different governmental entities within this project which is critical to the success of the project and demonstrates his
abilities to work at various levels of organizations.
has evolved the consulting activity and is currently pursuing to provide greater interaction among regional development groups and State offices in different states of Mexico.
He has over 12 years of work experience, prior to joining Hunt Mexico, in private and public sectors in various parts of México.
He began his career developing high tension substation and transmission projects at the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (Mexico's national electric utility).
Subsequent to that he served in project management roles in international companies including Enron and Tractebel overseeing the development of large scale (200+ MW) combined cycle power plant facilities working with Sergeant and Lundy, Mitsui and Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
has a varied set of skill sets in diverse industries including electric infrastructure, steel mills (erection and fabrication), civil works, high efficiency and environmentally friendly projects.
is fluent in English and Spanish.