Esteyco owes its existence to structures. Javier Rui-Wamba’s know-how and relevance in structural design and calculation was the firm’s first identifying feature. But by the 1980s we had soon evolved into a multidisciplinary team, where different approaches enabled us to undertake projects from a much broader viewpoint: land engineering, route planning, environmental considerations, architecture, networks, energy, sustainability … all these disciplines have been added to our skills and services in a natural way as we have gradually adapted to the times and society’s needs.

Infrastructure, at the root of whatever is built, shapes territorial growth and has been — and will continue to be — as source of knowledge at Esteyco and what sets our services apart.