New Arch Bridge in Puçol by FVAI

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Ayuntamiento de Puçol.
Builder company
UTE Otxandiano Empresarial, S.A.U. - Tableros y Puentes, S.A. (Tapusa).
30 meters of light in the main arch, 33 meters of light in the secondary arch and 14.6 meters wide.
€ 629,330.55
Initial proposal.- 2017. Project development.- 2017. Construction.- 2018-2020.

Francisco Valiente Alonso FVAI

FVAI is a structural engineering, architecture, and design studio working in Spain, France, America, and North Africa on a variety of building, rehabilitation, bridge, and walkway projects. We are in all phases of the project, from conception to execution, through verification and optimization of projects.

FVAI was created in 2015 based on the relevant experience accumulated by its components for almost 20 years in major projects, from conception to construction management and execution of bridges, walkways, homes, factories, high-voltage lines, offices, stadiums or swimming pools, working for construction companies or with Spanish or French architects.

The director Francisco Valiente Alonso, is a Civil Engineer, Architect, and has a Master in Bridges from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées. He was project director of the MIMRAM agency in Paris, before being a founding partner of DVVD in 2005. From 2011 to 2015 he is director of DVVD in Spain. Francisco Valiente is an associate professor of reinforced and prestressed concrete at the Department of Construction Engineering and Civil Engineering Projects at the Polytechnic University of Valencia.

FVAI's work is based on adding value to the buildings in which it participates. They are used to working both on the architect side and on the construction side; This bicephalia is very interesting since we understand broadly the problem of the work in which each participant has their own interests.

When theye work with architects we contribute logic and economy to the main intentions of the project; They work so that the structure is put at the service of intentions, anticipating potential adverse conditions.

When they work with construction companies they provide economic solutions that maintain the quality of the architecture and that allow the company to save on materials, lead time or facilitate commissioning by adapting the structure to the construction capabilities.



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