• The Sevillian multinational, which is celebrating 40 years in engineering, received the city’s medal during a ceremony organized at Fibes on the occasion of San Fernando Day.

Seville. 31.05.2024. The Mayor of Seville, José Luis Sanz, presented Ghenova with the Medal of Seville for its business trajectory and contribution to society, during a ceremony organized by the Seville City Council at FIBES on the occasion of the feast of Saint Ferdinand’s Day, patron saint of the city.

For the company’s partners, Carlos Alejo, Francisco Cuervas and Raúl Arévalo, as well as for the entire Ghenova team”.this award is an important recognition of the group’s business trajectory and we are proud to receive the medal of the city where we were born as a company and where our headquarters are located.“.

The Seville-based multinational, which offers engineering and consulting services, employs more than 1,000 professionals, 80% of whom are engineers. The main business lines in which the company operates are Naval, Security and Defense (maritime and land); Energy, Industry and Water, Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity, Infrastructures and Ports.

The synergy between their business lines and continuous innovation places them among the leading engineering companies worldwide. They work on international projects in more than 25 countries and have offices in Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Australia, USA, UK, South Korea and Saudi Arabia. In Spain they have offices in Madrid, Ferrol, Vigo, Bilbao, Gijón, Cartagena, Puerto de Santa María, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Córdoba, and Seville, where the company’s headquarters are located.


Ghenova’s beginnings date back to 1984, developing consulting and engineering work in projects related to infrastructure and energy from Seville. From the 1990s onwards it became a reference company in engineering for the naval sector, a position that has been consolidated until today and that has helped them to take advantage of other business opportunities.

Ghenova has grown both organically and from acquisitions of companies with complementary capabilities and has invested to establish itself where talent and business opportunities exist. In 2010, with the opening of the first subsidiary in Brazil, Ghenova began its international expansion. Subsequently, the Group consolidated its global presence by opening offices in Bolivia, Colombia, Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, South Korea and Saudi Arabia.

The company is also committed to new growth opportunities by strengthening its main business lines, such as the acquisition of SIMAN, a software product for logistics support and advanced maintenance. On the other hand, it is committed to the generation of disruptive technologies in the field of renewable energies such as BlueSolar or W2Power.