The exhibition called ‘Andalusian engineering around the world’, which can be seen from October 3 to October 30 in the Avenida de la Constitución in Seville, brings together a series of mupis in which some of the most relevant engineering works carried out by Andalusian companies in other countries, including our company Irradia Energía, are exhibited on large format panels.
The exhibition ‘Andalusian engineering around the world’, in which Irradia Energía participates, and which was inaugurated by the Mayor of Seville, Antonio Muñoz, is organized by the College of Industrial Engineers of Western Andalusia.
The exhibition, which can be seen until October 30 at the Avenida de la Constitución in Seville, is a bid to make society aware of the value and innovative capacity of Andalusian engineers.
“Seville is a city of talent, research and development through public-private collaboration. Through this activity we promote our initiative to make known the talent of our engineers, the great projects related to infrastructure, aeronautics and new proposals related to energy and sustainability that are expanding around the world thanks to the talent of our professionals,” said Muñoz in a press release from the Consistory.
It is intended that citizens acquire awareness and knowledge of the value and talent that resides in the field of industrial engineering,” explained the dean of the College of Industrial Engineers, Juan Carlos Durán, “and specifically in Andalusian engineering. We also aspire to promote the exercise of the profession of industrial engineer from Andalusia, in addition to his studies and his possibilities of personal fulfillment”.
Under the slogan, “We make it all work”, industrial engineers aim to make society perceive the value and imprint of their work in countless everyday objects, from a pen to a hairdryer to a cell phone.
Together with IRRADIA ENERGÍA, ACERINOX, AZVI, COVAP, CUBICOFF, GHENOVA, HEINEKEN, HIDRAL, J. HUESA, INERCO, ISOTROL, MP ASCENSORES and TEKNOSERVICE also participated in the exhibition.