Is currently co-chairman of CFCSL. He has developed his entire professional career there. His activity includes taught on Bridge Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Madrid during several years..

His work covers most of the bridge typologies; among them many remarkable works such as the cable stayed bridge Sancho el Mayor bridge over the Ebro river, one of the references of the company.

He has participated in several projects of transportation facilities joining multidisciplinary teams with engineers and architects and also has been involved in the rehabilitation and strengthening of many historical constructions. .

Among other distinctions, he was awarded John A. Roebling Medal in the ESWP International Bridge Conference, USA 2007 for his lifetime achievement in bridge engineering and the Santo Domingo de la Calzada award granted by the Colegio de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos de España (Spanish Institute of Civil Engineers).
He shares with Prof. Manterola several other awards in recognition of their contribution to the development of the art of structural engineering such as the Architecture and Urban Planning Prize of the Madrid City Council (1992) and the Professional Associations of Engineers and Architects of Spain Award (1994)

In addition to his bridge engineering work Dr. Fernandez Troyano has carried out a considerable research on the history of public works history and bridge construction technology. This work is reflected in numerous publications and books, as well as in his participation in Technical and Historical Conventions. One of his more known books, “Bridge Engineering. A Global Perspective” has been translated into English and Italian.

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Leonardo Fernández Troyano work