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Gabriela Vila: “It was really encouraging to see that the company I work for places such a value on the health of employees, whatever the problem.”
Gabriela is a chemical engineer and she is from Argentina. She has been working at Techint Engineering & Construction since 2016, the year she was diagnosed with a rare disease. With the support of her boss, she moved to Brazil in search of a more benign climate for her physical and emotional health. “The company really looks after those of us needing special care.”
Federico Segura: "At Techint, adrenaline is guaranteed!"
The current General Director of the International Area of Techint Engineering & Construction has announced his retirement after thirty-nine years with the company. In this interview, he shares some of his learnings and the challenges he overcame, pointing out to the younger generations that learning is an ongoing process.
#WomenWhoBuild: Yessica González
Yessica González joined Techint Engineering & Construction in 2012 and today heads up the Human Resources department in Monterrey. She is convinced that there must be equal and equitable opportunities for all: "We must step away from all the prejudices about who’s stronger or weaker.”
Sharing enthusiasm and passion
Techint Engineering & Construction offers you the possibility of being part of projects that improve people’s quality of life and contribute to economic and social development in cities, countries and regions. This is how our young professionals are experiencing it, according to what they've shared most recently with students from technical schools in Argentina.
How is it working on one of the world's largest gas reserves
Get involved in the design and construction of a mega project. Share work and experience with a multidisciplinary team. Be a part of something that transforms people’s lives. This is Techint Engineering & Construction, as Martín and Martina tell us in their own words.
Breaking through the ceiling: women in engineering
Three Techint E&C employees gave a talk to 250 students at the Argentine ORT Technology school about the role of women in engineering.