Who are we?

GHENOVA, is an engineering company that works internationally offering multidisciplinary engineering and consulting services. We work in different business lines: Naval and Defense, Energy and Industry, Digital Transformation and Infrastructures. Our commitment to diversification, synergy between our business areas and continuous innovation places us among the leading engineering companies in Europe and Latin America.

We operate in international projects in more than 25 countries. We have offices located in different countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Australia, UK, USA and Spain. Within Spain our offices are located in Madrid, Ferrol, Las Palmas, Vigo, Bilbao, Puerto de Santa Maria, Cartagena, Córdoba, Granada and Seville, where the company’s headquarters are located.

GHENOVA has a multidisciplinary team of more than 900 employees, 80% of whom are engineers. The experience accumulated over more than 25 years of activity, the good results and, above all, the trust of our customers, have contributed to our continued growth in the most technologically demanding sectors.

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Our History

The origins of GHENOVA date back to 1994, when, while still part of GHESA Ingeniería y Tecnología, S.A., the first works in the field of naval engineering began. Later, in 2006, GHENOVA was born as we know it today, thanks to the acquisition through a Management Buy Out (MBO) process by Carlos Alejo and Francisco Cuervas (current President and CEO of the company) of the branches of activity launched from the Andalusian delegation of GHESA Ingeniería y Tecnología, S.A., where both were executives. The acquisition included the naval, civil and aeronautical branches of activity, which brought together more than a hundred people.

Since then, GHENOVA has grown to more than 900 professionals, thanks to a continuous process of geographical and sectorial diversification. Today, after the incorporation of the current Corporate General Manager, Raúl Arévalo, the company is a reference in engineering within the sectors it serves. The growth process has been carried out both organically and through acquisitions or shareholdings in companies such as Tecnor, Ghenova Digital , Bluesolar, Enerocean and Ghenova Siman , which complement and provide synergies to the range of services we provide to our clients.

GHENOVA is born in 2006, thanks to the acquisition through a Management Buy Out (MBO) process of the Andalusian delegation of GHESA Ingeniería y Tecnología, S. A.

GHENOVA begins the opening of its headquarters in LATAM.

GHENOVA grows to more than 500 professionals in 2019, thanks to a continuous process of geographical and sectorial diversification. The 25th anniversary of the naval sector is celebrated.

GHENOVA opens its Australian and Colombian offices and inaugurates GHENOVA ENERGY AND INDUSTRY CONSULTING.

GHENOVA acquires PERAMA, a company specialized in logistics support and advanced maintenance software.

WE PARTICIPATE IN:

Asociación Gallega del Hidrógeno

Galician Hydrogen Association

The Galician Hydrogen Association is a non-profit organisation whose main objective is the promotion and development of renewable hydrogen in Galicia.

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AINE

Association of Naval and Oceanic Engineers of Spain

Association that serves as a union to strengthen ties among its members, serve as a professional technical center for consultation, manage legal provisions for the greater efficiency of the profession, and organize national and international congresses and conferences.

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Cámara

Spanish Chamber of Commerce

A public corporation that serves Spanish companies and society as a whole to join and multiply efforts and promote progress and development.

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CESUR

Association of Entrepreneurs of Southern Spain

Private and independent association born out of the concern to improve business, economic and social conditions in southern Spain.

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CLUSTER

Spanish Maritime Cluster

Organization that brings together all industries, services and economic activities in Spain related to the sea.

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CTA

Andalusian Technological Corporation

Private foundation promoted by the Junta de Andalucía to promote collaboration between the scientific and productive environment.

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GASNAM

Spanish Association of Natural Gas for Mobility

The Spanish Association of Natural Gas for Mobility aims to promote the use of natural gas in mobility, both terrestrial and maritime, in all sectors of the country's economic activity.

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AAE

Wind Energy Business Association

Association focused on promoting the use of wind energy in our country, in Europe and worldwide.

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ASIME

Association of Metallurgical Industrialists of Galicia

The Association currently has more than 600 associated companies representing the following activities: Automotive, Metalworking and transport; Naval, Maritime and marine energy; Metallic constructions and structures; Aeronautics; Aluminum: extrusion, carpentry and enclosures; Lifts and elevators; Complementary services: logistics, information and communication systems; etc"

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ASBA

Australia Spain Business Association

The Australia Spain Business Association (ASBA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving its members and promoting business, cultural and social collaboration between Spain, Australia and New Zealand.

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CMNC

Naval Maritime Cluster Cadiz

The Clúster Marítimo Naval de Cádiz is a non-profit business association that since 2015 has been working to defend the interests of the sector seeking its continuous improvement.

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EXPONAV

National Shipbuilding Exhibition

The exhibition includes an important collection of elements of this discipline from the 18th century to the present day and offers an informative view of the most relevant historical milestones related to this activity in Spain.

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ACLUNAGA

Galician Naval Cluster

The only specific business association of the naval sector in Galicia.

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INGEMAN

Ingeman Association

Private, non-profit association for the Development of Maintenance Engineering.

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BuildingSMART

BuildingSMART

BuildingSMART Spanish Chapter is a non-profit association whose main objective is to promote efficiency in the construction industry through the use of open standards of interoperability on BIM (Building Information Modeling) to achieve new levels in reducing costs and execution times and increasing quality.

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CEA

Andalusian Confederation of Employers

The Confederación de Empresarios de Andalucía (CEA) is a non-profit professional business organisation that provides business consultancy services, training, conferences, seminars and cultural activities, all aimed at promoting the development and competitiveness of Andalusia.

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Asociación Gallega del Hidrógeno

Asociación Gallega del Hidrógeno

The Galician Hydrogen Association is a non-profit organisation whose main objective is the promotion and development of renewable hydrogen in Galicia.

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