Procon Baja JV is our joint venture subsidiary with Inmobiliaria Contel in Baja California, Mexico, with ProGreen 51% and Contel 49%. The company is managed by a board of Managing Directors consisting of three members, with two representing ProGreen and one representing Contel. At least two Managing Directors approval is required for major decisions and financial transactions, giving ProGreen full control.

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Laura Delia Espinoza Jáuregui, Architect


Laura earned her degree in Architectural Design from the Autonomous University of Baja California, Ensenada. She has a legal and professional certification as an Architect in Mexico, and has been working in Mexico City in the roles of Design Architect and Landscape Architect.

Her professional interests and experience are centered on architectural design, construction, advertising and public relations, branding and administration.

In Mexico City, Laura worked on the remodeling of the Plaza Museum of Natural History - postproduction renderings; and performed pre-project development work for the remodeling of the popular "Forest of Aragon" water park in Mexico City - survey and site analysis, descriptive report, theoretical framework and legal, in addition to design of facades and interiors, photomontages and postproduction renderings and development of architectural plans.

She also created architectural designs for new development and remodeling of parts of the "First Section" and "Second Section" of the Bosque de Chapultepec* (Chapultepec Forest) in Mexico City, one of the largest city parks in the Western Hemisphere, measuring in total just over 686 hectares (1,695 acres).

Laura now resides in Ensenada and is beginning to work on the Cielo Mar Master Plan for Procon.

* Bosque de Chapultepec (Chapultepec Forest)

Chapultepec Park is the largest city park in Latin America, measuring in total just over 686 hectares (1,695 acres). It is classed as one of the world's great urban parks, along with Bois de Boulogne in Paris, the Imperial Gardens in Tokyo and Central Park in New York City.

For Mexico City residents, the park is valued as a cultural and historic area as well as green space. The park received an estimated 15 million visitors each year, and daily visits have exceeded 250,000.

The Second Section of the park is dedicated to recreational activities. The area contains jogging trails, places for yoga and karate and other exercise facilities, the Lago Mayor lake, which contains the Monumental Fountain, the largest in Latin America, and includes several restaurants and cafes.

One part of this section is dominated by the Feria de Chapultepec (The Chapultepec Magic Fair) amusement park, which has a capacity of 15,000 people and is visited by about two million each year.

The Second Section of this very large park also contains museums such as El Papalote, the Museo Tecnológico de la CFE and the Museo de Historia Natural. El Papalote (means "the kite") is an interactive children's museum which invites children to touch and manipulate the exhibits, with tours guided by adolescents. There are temporary exhibits as well as an IMAX theater for special videos. The Museo Tecnológico de la CFE (CFE Technology Museum) consists of four very large halls which exhibits modern advances in technology. In its surrounding gardens, there are old locomotives, railcars and tracks. It also contains an auditorium for events and a planetarium. The Museo de Historia Natural (Museum of Natural History) focuses mostly on the origins of life with its permanent exhibits. It also hosts temporary exhibits and academic conferences. This is the same museum for which Laura provided architectural designs for the remodeling.


Alejandro Espinoza Arroyo


Alejandro, an accomplished Civil Engineer, will first be working as a consultant to Procon, responsible for producing the topographical plan needed to create the Master Plan for the development, Cielo Mar. Once this has been completed, Alejandro will come onboard full time as the General Manager to lead the development. He will also be building the right support team.

Age: 59
Location: Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

"The development, 'Cielo Mar', which is to be built in El Rosario, Baja California, is the type of development that serves as a catalyst for transformational aggrandizement, not only for the local area, but for the whole Baja environment; given the magnitude and qualities of this planned community, and the positive impact it will bring to the entire region.

Cielo Mar will project Baja California internationally, attracting visitors and investors that appreciate and value nature, as well as a healthy, clean and sustainable environment.

From my point of view, this development will have a tremendously positive impact on surrounding areas, creating improved value and conditions in so many ways; including the generation of permanent employment for a large number of people, not only during the buildout, but also for the sustained service of the community."


    Alejandro Espinoza Arroyo - Civil Engineer
    Chronicler and historian of El Rosario, Baja California and its region
    February 17, 2017
EDUCATION
1995
AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA (Ensenada)
Land Boundary Surveyor
1993 AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA
Diploma of Foreign Trade and Customs
1984 to 1989 AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA (Ensenada)
Degree in Civil Engineering for ports and marinas
1977 to 1982 AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA (Mexicali)
Degree in Architecture

WORK EXPERIENCE
2016 ADVISER:
THE CIVIL ASSOCIATION "FOUNDERS OF EL ROSARIO"
Mission: to obtain the legalization of ownership, before the three levels of government, of all the properties in El Rosario, including agriculture land and residential properties
2015 SURVEYING AND CERTIFYING TOPOGRAPHIC PLANS
2008-2014 VARIOUS
PLAN MANAGER, housing and topography of Baja California for the municipalities of Tijuana, Tecate, and Rosarito Beaches
MANAGEMENT POSTS - having in charge and command teams of engineers and topographers for urban projects, as well as a link between institutions
June 1999-March 2008 DESIGNATED HEAD OF CONSTRUCTION, REPRESENTING THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA, MUNICIPALITY OF ENSENADA
  • Managed approximately 750 construction projects, executed for the infrastructure in various specialties; being mainly in educational, hospital, penitentiary, cultural, sports, public offices, streets and diverse work. Led a staff of supervisors for these projects.
  • Handled approximately 500 public tenders (offers for open bids) of very diverse government work, in the areas of educational, hospital, sports, penitentiary, cultural infrastructure, public offices, roads, voice and data transmission antennas on high mountains.
1997 OFFICIAL LAND SURVEYOR for the municipality of Ensenada
1993-1999 Export activities of fishery products to ten cities of Japan, with seat in Ensenada, Mexico; Los Angeles, USA; Fukuoka and Kagoshima, Japan; MARKETING OF FISHERY PRODUCTS IN 13 CITIES OF JAPAN
1996 Export activities to two cities of Korea (Cheju and Seoul)
1995 Land Boundary Surveyor for the municipality of Ensenada, Baja California
1984-1994 Head Project and Construction Engineer
1988-1990 AUXILIARY TEACHER in the Engineering School, UABC-Ensenada
1991 Supervisor of education for federal governmental work, for the municipality of Ensenada
1983-1998 TOPOGRAPHIC PROJECTS (150)
1979-1998 DESIGN AND EXECUTION OF PRIVATE BUILDING PROJECTS (300)
1979-1981 CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN MEXICALI, BC

IN THE FIELD OF CULTURE
Since 1972
Researcher, the history of Baja California
1985-1986 Collaborations with West Lafayette University
Since 1992 Writer and Historian, Baja California
Since 1992 President of the cultural commission of El Rosario
Since 1992 Collaborator of the National Institute of Anthropology and History
Since 1992 Collaborator of the National Council of Culture and the Arts
Since 1992 Author of multiple historical conferences
1993-94 Speaker in various history forums, Baja California
1993 PAC-MYC Award Winner, Tijuana, Baja California
October 1994 Founder of the community museum "El Rosario"
Since 1994 Leader for the collections that form the museum
Since 1994 Responsible for the community museum "El Rosario"
1995 Support for television program on paleontology research
1995 Speaker "V cultural forum" Tecate, Baja California
1995 PAC-MYC Award Winner, Tijuana, Baja California
2003 PAC-MYC Prize Winner in Baja California

AS A HISTORIAN AND WRITER OF TWO PRINTED BOOKS ON THE HISTORY OF BAJA CALIFORNIA:
1992
"LOS ROSAREÑOS"; MEMORIES OF THE BIRTH AND LIFE OF A VILLAGE “BAJACALIFORNIANO” 1774-1992
Oct-2007 "ESPINOZA LINEAGE"; SO OUR PIONEERS SURVIVED

Published in magazines of historical literature "Voices of the peninsula", newspaper "the lookout", cultural agenda of the Culture of Baja California (ICBC); In the Sonoran institute of culture, and society Sonoran history.
Various interviews in radio and television in the city of Ensenada, by Don Luis Mario Lamadrid Moreno, and by Mr. Francisco Vargas.
Nov-2007 representative of the institute of culture of baja california in Hermosillo, Sonora, for the international forum "v forum of the missions of northwestern Mexico: origin and destination"
1972 Writer of 'memories Baja California'
2007 Published research 'memories Baja California' on the Internet, including dates with 122 articles, which can be found at www.elrosariobc.blogspot.com
President of the Civil Association 'we work for my historic village and I', A.C., which rehabilitates the cultural and municipal historical missionary Pantheon, founded in 1802, El Rosario, Baja California.

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