Following in the wake of the Barcelona model: “Over the last 30 years we have had the privilege of participating in major engineering projects in Barcelona. Projects that continued the transformation that began with the Olympic Games in 1992. We have seen how the city did not settle for everything that had been achieved up to that point but continued to strive for a model, its own model. Barcelona continued with the recovery of its coastline, begun in 1992, by extending the main artery crossing the city, the Avenida Diagonal, all the way to the sea, restoring beaches and integrating the large urban industrial facilities (incinerator, power plant and water-treatment plant) into the Forum of Cultures. Parts of the city’s industrial fabric that had reached functional obsolescence” were transformed by strengthening the knowledge economy, such as in the 22@ technology district. Balance was sought between the city and its port, accepting the growth that the port needed in order to boost its competitiveness, and revising and coordinating its accessibility. In short, Barcelona once again made the most of its opportunities to keep creating the city.”

From the book “Cartagena de Indias: Realidad y Futuro”, Esteyco Foundation, 2013

South West Green Path, Madrid River western extension (burial of the A-5 motorway), Madrid

Urban development of Montemayor Bajo in Benahavis

La Marina del Prat Vermell, a new neighbourhood in Barcelona

Planning of the southern mouth of the Conrrería tunnel, Tiana

Buenaventura 2050 Master Plan

Renovation of Manga island, Cartagena de Indias, Colombia