Montevideo, Uruguay 1940.
Having graduated as a Civil Engineer, Structures option, from the Uruguayan
School of Engineering in
1963, he also studied construction systems for housing in France (1965)
and Italy (1965 and 1970), and took courses on structural analysis in Argentina (1974).
Throughout his career (1963-2000) he designed structures and
constructive housing systems.
He coordinated and participated in projects in the public and private sectors, both in Uruguay and abroad.
A few of his main projects:
Salto Grande Hydroelectric Dam; Millán Housing Complex (1,200
homes) and its Prefabrication Plant;
Bulevar Housing Complex (332 homes) [*]; Constructive system and the three Prefabrication Plants
for the four Mesas CCU (1,360 homes), among them Mesa 1 [*]; Hotel Las Dunas and its services;
Solanas Resort Hotel Complex and Services, and tens of housing and office buildings.
[*] Selected for Latin America in Construction 1955-1980, Museum of Modern Art, New York, United States, 2015.