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Vectio expands its team by betting on young talent

Vectio has reinforced its professional staff by adding talent to the company with the incorporation of Julia García de la Santa, Andrés Pereira, Francesco Mitolo and Lara Manzanal.

They will all form part of Vectio’s production area, reinforcing the value of each project with their knowledge.

Julia García de la Santa (Pamplona 1995) is a Civil Engineer from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya with an international vocation as her university career has included stays in the Czech Republic at the Vysoké učení technické v Brně and for having done her Final Master’s Work in Japan.

Andrés Preira (Madrid 1994) is a Civil Engineer from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, having specialised in Transport and Urban Services. Andrés has previous experience in the mobility sector and has been part of the TRANSyT research team.

Francesco Mitolo (1992 Bitonto, Italy) is an Architect from the Politecnico di Bari, and has a Master’s degree in Urban Consumption and Commerce from the University of Barcelona. Francesco has a clear vocation as an urban planner, something that you can all see on his own youtube channel, Urbanistan. Francesco focuses on the keys to rethinking cities so that they are fairer for everyone.

Lara Manzanal (Burgos 1996) will be part of the Vectio team as a Technical Draughtsman. Lara began her training with the uperior degree in building projects completing her studies at the Escuela de Arte de Granada with the professional career of design and interior architecture.

Their incorporation was born from Vectio’s commitment to young talent with the best training. The ultimate goal is to always have the best team of professionals to guarantee the success of our clients’ projects.


About Vectio: 

At Vectio we are focused on the effective planning of sustainable mobility, we are experts in this field. Throughout our ten years of life we ​​have always maintained an innovative vocation, betting on the technological means most demanded by our clients. We firmly believe that, after more than 500 successful projects, what differentiates us from any other company in the sector is the use of the best technology for the collection and analysis of traffic and mobility.

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