1. Vision

After the great technological leap of 1997 when we set up our own engineering section, Imesa began a period of growth and innovation in the areas of industrial architecture and equipment for hydroelectric power stations, designing, calculating and carrying out projects guided by the quality required of us by ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification.

ISO 45001   ISO 9001   

Check our integrated quality, environmental and occupational health and safety policy.

2. Aims

To continue growing and to consolidate ourselves as a clear leader in the area of equipment for hydroelectric power stations, provided with a highly qualified team of people and advanced technological resources to achieve the highest standards of quality, the best service and satisfaction for our customers.
Imesa’s long history in the metal transformation sector has helped us mature so we are always at the cutting edge, applying new architectural trends so we can cause the minimum environmental impact, optimise energy saving and make users’ lives easier, all, as always, with the support of ISO 9001:2000 quality certification and bearing in mind the aim of ISO 9004 and ISO 14000. This will bring us fully into a system of competitiveness and business excellence.

3. Competitive advantages

Exceptional geographical location
On the A1 (E-5) between Burgos and Madrid, less than an hour from Valladolid and Soria on the N-122 and also very near Segovia, our excellent location gives us mobility in Spain which is the envy of our competitors.
CE marks
We meet the essential health and safety requirements relating to the design and manufacture of machines and safety components in accordance with Appendix I of RD 1435/1992 of 27 November.
We have our own R+D+i department, our technical office, a team of people consisting of highly qualified staff experienced in designing, implementing and developing all kinds of project in the metalworking sector.
Worldwide mobility
We offer our services in any part of the world with projects already carried out in parts of Europe, North Africa and Latin America.