Roser obtained both an MSc Civil Engineering (2009) and BSc Civil Engineering, majoring in Civil Construction (2006) from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya. During her time at university, she was awarded two collaboration scholarships in the Department of Construction Engineering to carry out research activities for the loading test of the precast concrete segments of L9 Barcelona metro and for the research and development of a very high performance concrete reinforced with fibers.
Since joining Esteyco in September 2009, she has actively participated in the structures department in the drafting and technical assistance of national road and rail, singular building and bridge projects. In the energy sector, she has also participated in multiples wind projects in the field of foundation design and civil works.
Internationally, she has participated as a member of FCBC’s Technical Office (Forth Crossing Bridge Constructors) for the construction of the Queensferry Crossing cable-stayed bridge in the Forth River estuary (Scotland) between 2013 and 2014. Her on site presence in the wind sector, is complemented with the construction management of the foundations for Talinay wind farm in Chile, 90MW, and carrying out the technical inspection of the repair works of five bridges for the Access to Carapé wind farm in Uruguay.
From mid-2014 until early 2017, she has been the Head of BOP Projects in Esteyco Energia and progressed to her current position of Deputy Director of this business area. During her time in Esteyco Energia she has participated in the coordination of projects for the design of foundations, geological and geotechnical studies and surveys, as well as the civil and electrical engineering for more than 50 wind farms located in different countries, especially in Uruguay, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Argentina, totaling more than 4000MW.
Finally highlight her attendance in various conferences and technical seminars including the participation as speaker in the II Spanish Wind Congress with the presentation “Precast solutions and their impact on the reduction of CoE. Braced foundation and auto lift concrete tower “.