EA Internacional

EA Internacional is a joint-venture formed by six engineering companies. Initially its activities were primarily focused on nuclear and fossil-fired power plant engineering and design, including all the services required to implement these types of projects. EA Internacional has been involved in many nuclear power plant projects all over the world. The experience gained has permitted diversification into other industrial sectors such as aerospace, defence, communications, etc. EA Internacional organisation, including expertise in project management, logistics, civil-structural, mechanical and electrical engineering, instrumentation and control, computers, simulation and nuclear safety disciplines.

Company details

C/ San Bernardo, 123 - 7th floor , 28015 , 28015 Spain

Locations Served

Business Type:
Engineering service provider
Industry Type:
Energy - Nuclear Power
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

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