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Núria Biosca

Senior Consultant, Cities and Resilient Development

Over ten years' experience delivering technical inputs and project management in the fields of buildings, urban development and resilient infrastructure.

Núria has gained technical skills in resilient road transport, urban planning and building engineering sectors during her ten years as an engineer. She has been involved in numerous urban and regional development projects including the new design and reconstruction of streets, roads and buildings.

She has worked on the review of design drawings, development of construction manuals and contract management of assignments in Africa, South Asia and the Caribbean. She has recently completed the National Physical Development plan for Swaziland, where she was the housing expert and project manager studying human settlements, housing and community facilities.

She has been engaged in feasibility studies and preparation of project deliverables of resilient infrastructure projects while focusing on risk and vulnerability assessments. She is currently the project manager of the Building Climate Resilience into the Improving Rural Access Tanzania Programme, and she is involved in integrating climate resilience principles in the road transport sector in Guyana, Saint Lucia, British Virgin Islands and Bangladesh.  

Nuria has additional extensive in bid management and preparation of financial and technical methodologies for international donors as well as governments from developing countries.

The best bit about working at IMC is the chance to travel to our countries of operation and feel your tiny effort has made a massive contribution to the local developing communities.

Qualifications

  • GradDip in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science
  • MSc in International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture and Urban Development, International University of Catalonia, Barcelona
  • BEng in Building Engineering and Urban Development, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona