The Madrid Capital of Engineering, Construction and Architecture Association and Galsinma have signed an agreement to promote the implementation of innovative, sustainable and urban development projects in the different municipalities of the Sierra Norte de Madrid.
Madrid World Capital of Engineering, Construction and Architecture was born with the vocation, among other objectives, of promoting the development of the different municipalities that make up the peri-urban space of Madrid. As a result of this agreement, the 42 municipalities and 5 associations associated with Galsinma, will be able to implement different urban innovation projects, digitization actions by administrations, improvement of transport models, empowerment of digital communication nodes, as well as the development of sustainability projects derived from the collection of urban solid waste and energy efficiency of facilities and homes.
This agreement is the beginning of future accessions of the rest of the municipalities that make up the Community of Madrid and in which projects that derive from the activity of the different working groups of the Association may be developed.
Local Action Group of the Sierra Norte de Madrid. Local Action Groups are associations or other non-profit entities in charge of managing the Local Development Strategy for a specific rural area, in accordance with the regulations of the European Union. Public and private local socioeconomic interests must be represented in your organization to guarantee the participation of all sectors in the design and development of the Strategy; that is, in the management of the Leader and Participatory Local Development funds assigned to the territory. Galsinma is made up of 42 municipalities, 5 commonwealths and 3 municipal groups.
About Madrid Capital of Engineering, Construction and Architecture Association
The MWCC Association is the sum of important companies, Madrid and Spanish entities that have joined forces to achieve the international positioning of Madrid and Spain as a world leader in the field of engineering, construction and architecture. Likewise, the training leadership of Madrid and Spanish Universities and Business Schools is intended, positioning Madrid and Spain as a hub of innovation, sustainability and responsibility and exposing new city models to society.
MWCC collaborating entities: Madrid City Council, ICEX, Madrid Investment Attraction, ICO, COTEC, AEMME, Fundación Conama, Fundación Metropoli, Comunidad de Madrid, Galsinma, Global Shapers Community Madrid, Tecniberia, Madrid Calle 30, IE Public Tech Lab, Govtechlab Madrid, Neolabels, Madrid Open City, Forética, Avinco, AZ, Banco Caminos, Asprima, Acciona, Association of Civil Engineers, Canals and Ports and Civil Engineering, CESCE, Caminos Madrid, District Castellana Norte, Observatory 2030 of the CSCAE, College of Civil, Canal and Port Engineers, Cremades Calvo-Sotelo Abogados, Eptisa, FCC, COAM, FOCE, IFEMA, Oficemen, Retineo, Sacyr, San José Constructora, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, 2bMice, Retineo , Soda Arquitectura, Jocav, Ernst & Young, College of Technical Engineers of Public Works, Endesa, Aseci and Grupo Azvi.