Malaga businesswoman Ana López Caparrós of the construction company IELCO was the winner of the first Career Award for Businesswomen in the province, a contest organised by the Malaga Businesswomen’s Association. Ms. López Caparrós deserves plaudits for her work at the head of a family company employing a staff of 93, with a turnover of […]
Malaga businesswoman Ana López Caparrós of IELCO yesterday received the first Career Award for Businesswomen in the province, organised by the Malaga Businesswomen’s Association. The prizegiving took place on Tuesday at a restaurant in El Limonar, presided over by the Regional Representative for Economy and Public Finance, Enrique Benítez. IELCO is a construction company employing […]
Firms with a female face. The Regional Department of Economy and the AMECO Businesswomen’s Association yesterday handed the chairwoman of the board of directors of construction company IELCO their award for the most outstanding career achievement by a businesswoman. “I remember when I was starting out people would always say to me: you’d better tell […]
Issues such as quality, respect for the environment and improvements in health and safety at work increasingly head the agenda at major companies. The guarantee of a job well done is vital in response to an ever more demanding internal and external audience. Nonetheless, the incorporation of a culture of quality at organisations remains a […]
IELCO, the contractor for the works to remodel Calle Granada, will perform the initial preparatory tasks this week, sinking a number of exploratory pits in the street and in the vicinity of Plaza del Carbón.
Several dozen builders were working flat out yesterday to get the Plaza de la Constitución ready for the gala opening scheduled for this afternoon. All that remained was to install a few finishing touches, such as the tree kerbing, the details of the Génova fountain and work to tidy up the surrounding area.
The building contractor IELCO was yesterday working flat out to complete the last few metres of paving.
More than fifty employees are working non-stop to ensure that tomorrow, Monday, Calle Larios is once again restored to its traditional splendour, fully open as a pedestrian route after seven months of building work.