Always drawn to problem solving, being a civil engineer felt like a perfect fit for Fernando. With over 15 years of experience primarily focused on hydraulics, he has worked on dams, spillways, hydrological studies, environmental studies, water conveyance systems, and navigation projects.
Fernando served as a hydraulic engineer for the Panama Canal Third Set of Locks project, from conceptual design to the final field tests. Currently, he is working as the hydraulic design leader on the Condor Cliff and La Barrancosa hydroelectric projects in Argentina as well as the Berazategui outfall project in Buenos Aires.
When he isn’t busy working on his latest hydraulic engineering project, Fernando can be found practicing the violin or enjoying anything music related.