1812 Constitution Bridge (Cádiz)

Acknowledgements

General acknowledgements


The participating companies in the design and construction of the 1812 Constitution Bridge, promoted by Spain’s Ministry of Public Works (Ministerio de Fomento), have input all the latest technological breakthroughs and coordinated a large team of professionals.

Organigrama

Ministry of Public Works (Ministerio de Fomento) - Financing

Bridge design - Carlos Fernández Casado SL Oficina de Proyectos.

Ingenieros-CFCSL

Javier Manterola and the team that has worked most directly on the project (from left to right: Silvia Fuente, José Manuel Dominguez Cabello, Antonio Martínez Cutillas, Javier Manterola Armisén, Juan Antonio Navarro González-Valerio and Manuel Escamilla)


Engineers taking part in the project

Javier Manterola Armisén Dr. of Engineering (Project Manager)
Antonio Martínez Cutillas Dr. of Engineering
Silvia Fuente García, engineer of CFCSL
Juan Antonio Navarro González-Valerio, engineer of CFCSL
José Manuel Domínguez, engineer of CFCSL


MORE INFORMATION:   CFCSL.com
Ingenieros-CFCSL

CARLOS FERNÁNDEZ CASADO S.L. OFICINA DE PROYECTOS
It is an independent civil-engineering company based in Madrid (Spain), specialising in the development and supervision of structure projects. CFCSL provides highly specialised services covering all project phases: feasibility studies, blueprints, construction projects and supervision of construction. It also acts as an independent project supervisor.

The company has designed, built and supervised throughout the world a great number of special structures, particularly bridges, some of which boast world-record dimensions. CFCSL is supported by a large group of highly specialised engineers trained to study complex structural problems. Several of its members are professors at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and members of national and international technical committees.

Construction firms

DRAGADOS

Ingenieros participantes en el proyecto

Javier Manterola Armisén Dr. Ingeniero (Director del Proyecto)
Antonio Martínez Cutillas Dr. Ingeniero
Silvia Fuente García, ingeniero de CFCSL
Juan Antonio Navarro González-Valerio, ingeniero de CFCSL
José Manuel Domínguez, ingeniero de CFCSL

DRACE

Ingenieros participantes en el proyecto

Javier Manterola Armisén Dr. Ingeniero (Director del Proyecto)
Antonio Martínez Cutillas Dr. Ingeniero
Silvia Fuente García, ingeniero de CFCSL
Juan Antonio Navarro González-Valerio, ingeniero de CFCSL
José Manuel Domínguez, ingeniero de CFCSL

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Website credits


For the purpose of making the public at large more aware of the management and construction process of some of the major public works carried out in Spain, in this case the 1812 Constitution Bridge over Cadiz Bay, the Fundación ACS and the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, are collaborating in the creation of this website and also in the setting up of a 3D video on display from 18 April 2016 in the academy’s museum at Calle Alcalá, 13 in Madrid.


Project Manager:
Jose María Luzón Nogué (Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando)
Multimedia and 3D computer graphics:
Angelines Orejudo
Jose Luis Merino
(Balawat)
Balawat
Web programming and design:
Juan Víctor Mejías Calero
(JV Creación)
JV Creación
Photogrammetry and 3D computer graphics:
Néstor Marqués (RABASF)
Drone flight:
Drone Sevilla
English translation:
Dave Langlois
Photographs:
Carlos Manterola (Infotografia.es)
Objetivoaereo.com
Aerotablada.com
Néstor Marqués (RABASF)
CFC