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Vectio collaborates once again with the University of Oviedo in its International Competition

One more year Vectio has collaborated with the Escuela Politécnica of Mieres in the International Ideas Competition for Students directed by the professor of the University of Oviedo Pedro Plasencia. The winners of this edition called “A door for Mieres” and that sought to find the best solution to adapt the connection of the city with the A-66 highway were Xavier Santamarta, Marta Ordóñez and Jimena Medina who proposed to bury 900 meters of the road creating a boulevard with green areas, as well as to recover deteriorated areas and reduce the visual and auditory impact for the neighbors.

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