Blog of news and innovation projects
The Omega Center, a wastewater treatment plant in New York, functions in the same way as a living organism: it is self-sufficient in energy and water, uses natural resources for its filtration processes and takes advantage of sunlight and ventilation with bioclimatic techniques. What if the key to sustainable architecture lay in the features of these types of living buildings in their entirety?
We obtain LEED certification for our work on the Tláhuac Hospital in Mexico City, a major achievement in the field of sustainable building
We recondition the roadbed of several segments of the two main highways of the island with a 50% of recycled and reused material
This project is the first road maintenance project in Spain that uses such a high proportion of recycled materials
Searching for new technologies that improve lane-closure safety swiftly and with zero accidents
REPARA 2.0 project aims to develop new technologies and methodologies that support infrastructure management and facilitate the rehabilitation and upkeep of all road types. Its goal is to reduce the environmental and economic costs and combat climate change.