ECOVENTIA has developed cutting- edge- technology to offer its precast, pre-stressed concrete wind tower, backed by PACADAR Group.The latter is one of largest independent suppliers of precast concrete products to the construction industry, which covers each and every aspect of precast concrete products, from design and manufacturing, through to installation on site. And counts with over 60 years of experience in the field.
ECOVENTIA´s precast pre-stressed concrete wind tower has followed a careful design process. The main goal was to provide an innovative, competitive and full of advantages over steel and concrete towers product.
ECOVENTIA is able to set up a manufacturing plant anywhere in the world in record time while at the same time maintaining the same level of productivity, efficiency and guarantee.
Following business corporation instructions of the Group of companies to which it belongs to, ECOVENTIA has developed its pre-stressed concrete wind towers, fully sustainable and green from the start of the manufacturing process until the end of its useful life.
With the providing aim the best service and satisfying the full requirements range of our customers, Pacadar Group offers transport and assembly services for our precast products
This is a full service, the best quality level and higher safety than other manufacturer can offer. The Construction Department Management is the link between the customer and different departments of the company, doing as a global coordinator of the whole process, since the design project and manufacturing process, to transport and assembly phase
Therefore, our added value is the transport coordination and assembly services with the customer, maintaining direct communications and interacting with him in each phases. This contributes to reduce considerably the costs services, avoiding administrative difficulties, logistical and coordination involved in common managing of these tasks for our customers.
Pacadar Group has their own staff and a long and guaranteed experience in transport and assembly of our precast products, as we have developed since the beginning of our business, for already more than four decades.
For more than 70 years, PACADAR has provided solutions to the needs that have arisen throughout the prefabrication industry's history
1939 IDEAM, S.A., grupo PACADAR's consulting firm, is established.
1944 PACADAR, S.A is established with the exclusive rights to the Freyssinet patents for prestressed concrete in Spain and Latin America.
1945 PACADAR manufactures the first prestressed joist in Spain.
1951 The first bridge deck with precast beams in Spain is made.
1960 The first programme for prefabricated slab bridge decks by PACADAR.
1971 The first programme for prefabricated industrial buildings by PACADAR.
1975 The first entirely prefabricated bridge deck with box girders and slabs.
1979 The first tall building with a rigid core.
1982 The first programme of entirely prefabricated pedestrian footbridges.
1995 The first prefabricated arch bridge. The first prestressed continuous slab.
1998 The first prefabricated continuous bridge for high speed train (AVE) loads.
2001 PACADAR manufactures prestressed beams with lightweight concrete.
2003 Record height for a prefabricated bridge pier, exceeding 45m.
2003 The first curved statically indeterminate variable-depth bridge.
2004 42-m span on curved bridges of 200-m radius was achieved.
2005 First Cooling Tower in heavy industry.
2006 The first prefabricated pipe racks.
2007 The first reinforced electrical substation.
2008 The first programme to calculate prestressed beams with optimised transverse reinforcement is developed.
2009 The first prestressed dual slope beam with 52.0-m span.
2010 The first prestressed rectangular beam with a depth of more than 3.0 m.
2010 ECOVENTIA S.L. is established for the design and manufacture of prefabricated towers for wind turbines.
2011 PACADAR PANAMA S.A. is established as a member of Grupo Pacadar to oversee operations in that country.
2012 ECOVENTIA BRASIL WIND TOWERS, SRL is established as a member of Grupo Pacadar to oversee Ecoventia's operations in Brasil.