In recent years there has been a significant increase in road assets which, together with the growing concern of the Administrations for the maintenance of infrastructures, has led to a large increase in investment in Road Maintenance and Operation. The effect of the above is the high growth in the number of contracts of this type, which entails the need to fill management positions. At the same time, actions have been significantly increased to improve roads, eliminate black spots on roads and, ultimately, achieve greater road safety.
This Master's degree incorporates the technical and management disciplines that must be mastered both in the Construction phase and in the maintenance and operation phase of roads. It is therefore a matter of general interest on which there is a strong demand for training and in which, however, there is not a training offer of sufficient quality that is adequately oriented to the reality of the sector.ProgramModule I Road Construction1.1 Prevention of International Occupational Risks
1.2 Quality Control in Design and Work
1.3 Finance for Non-Financial
1.4 Control of Costs and Deadlines in Projects and Works
1.5 Road Design. ISTRAM
1.6 Machinery for the Execution of Road Works
1.7 Excavations, Blasting and Earthworks
1.8 Drainage of Linear Works
1.9 Design and Construction of Concrete Pavements
1.10 Pavements, Pavements and Bituminous Mixtures. Basic conceptsModule 2. Road Maintenance2.1 General Scheme for the Conservation and Operation of Roads. Elements of the Road, Information on its Status and Operations
2.2 Road Safety and Highway Operation
2.3 Use and Defense
2.4 Conservation Organization
2.5 Other Knowledge
2.6 Conservation of Pavements: Auscultation, Project and Execution of ActionsFinal Master's Thesis (TFM)
Annexes. RegulationsColombian regulations
Peru regulationsThe program is subject to possible variations / updates of the contents to improve their quality.
* It is essential to have Internet Explorer to carry out the training.FacultyThe course content has been expressly prepared by authors with extensive experience in each subject who are currently working in companies and public entities of the Road Maintenance Sector. These authors have been coordinated by Structuralia and Estudios COEX and will also teach tutorials in each on-line module.
Carlos Arévalo Sarrate Civil Engineer, Channels and Ports. Health and Safety Coordinator and Supervisor. Master in Prevention of Occupational Risks in Construction. Technical Director of the company I + P (Engineering and Risk Prevention), a specialized company leader in the coordination of Health and Safety of the most important civil works in Spain. Co-Director of the "Health and Safety Awareness" course at Structuralia .
Sonia Moreno Angulo Agronomist Engineer from UPM, PDD from EOI, Master in Engineering and Environmental Management from EOI, Master in Training of Trainers from UAB and Expert in Customer Experience from AEC. He developed the first part of his professional career in the OHL Group, in the area of quality and the environment, where he trained and worked for 18 years in the field of quality and environmental management and control in works and projects. She is currently a managing partner of the firm Huella Responsable, a consulting firm specialized in corporate social responsibility, environment and quality services for companies.
Jorge Serrano Civil Engineer (Polytechnic University of Madrid). He has worked in companies in the Construction Sector such as Aldesa, Corviam and Arthur Andersen, auditing the main companies in the Construction Sector. He is a professor at EOI Business School with extensive experience in the economic-financial framework at a professional and educational level.
Luis García Amorena Industrial Engineer. Project Management - Planning and Control of Project and Works Management. Advice and Project Management Training. He was responsible for Planning and Control in Dredging, management, development and implementation in projects of Integrated Works Management Systems. Teaching of numerous courses and Master's in Project Management.
Federico Palacios Technical Architect from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, specializing in Urban Planning. In addition to carrying out various Urban Planning and Architecture projects and being the head of the Engineering Area of the Institute of Informatics Education and New Technologies since 1999, he has extensive teaching experience in measurement, budgeting and design courses.
Adriano Teruel Civil Engineer from the UPM of Madrid. At present and since 2005, he is a free professional, having previously worked in two engineering companies. He has collaborated in multiple linear work projects as a tracer and in platform drainage studies, both nationally and internationally.
Javier Rodríguez del Val Engineer of Roads, Channels and Ports, from the Higher Technical School of Santander. At present, it is in charge of the Machinery Department of Obrascón Huarte Lain, SA
Manuel Sáez Rodríguez Industrial Technical Engineer specializing in Mechanics from the University of Granada. At present, he provides his services in Obrascon-Huarte-Lain, under the Directorate of Machinery as responsible for Maintenance of Machinery and Operation of Building Machinery.
José Luis Oliva Fernández Industrial Engineer specialized in Energy Technologies from the Carlos III University of Madrid. Currently, he provides his services at Obrascón Huarte Lain, SA under the Directorate of Machinery as responsible for Machinery Purchases.
Julio Garzón Roca Doctor in Civil Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain (Polytechnic University of Valencia, UPV), MSc. in Concrete Engineering (UPV) and Diploma in Higher Education Teaching (UPV). He has developed his academic career researching and teaching for more than 10 years in the areas of Geotechnical Engineering and Construction / Structural Engineering. He is the author of more than 45 scientific publications and 6 educational publications. He worked at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Minho (Portugal) and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Surrey (United Kingdom). Likewise, during that time he has also served as Geotechnical and Structural Advisor for different construction and independent companies.
José Manuel Cachazo Technical Engineer of Public Works from the UPM and Master BIM Manager in Civil Engineering, Infrastructure and GIS. He developed the first part of his professional career in the company Euroestudios, in the area of water and environment, where he trained and worked for 18 years in the field of hydraulics and drainage of linear works. He currently works as a Senior Drainage Engineer at the company Ayesa Ingeniería y Arquitectura, a Spanish multinational specialized in engineering, technology and consulting (ETC).
Gonzalo García Crespo Engineer of Roads, Canals and Ports (2013) specialized in the field of engineering of pavements and pavements. Since 2014 he has worked for the Spanish multinational company Eptisa Servicios de Ingeniería, in the Terrain Engineering Division. He has participated in numerous projects, both national and international, in different areas of transport and industry: roads, airports, ports, logistics and industrial areas, speed circuits and cycling routes. Among the works carried out throughout his professional career, the following typologies should be highlighted:Design, optimization and rehabilitation of pavements through various international standards.
Technical assistance / supervision of work.
Due diligences and CAPEX plans for Concessionaires.
Design and monitoring of innovative mixes.
Design and interpretation of pavement auscultation campaigns.
Preparation of expert reports.