RTS joins the Madrid World Capital Engineering Construction Engineering and Architecture Association (MWCC)

Madrid, 13th July 2021


RTS International Loss Adjusters, the international corporate loss adjustment and claim investigations group, with a history of more than 30 years and its own offices in Spain, Portugal and Latin America, has joined the Madrid World Capital of Construction, Engineering and Architecture Association (MWCC).

Madrid is one of the leading global exponents for engineering, construction and architecture, as well as the development of urban mobility projects. The MWCC Association promotes these sectors in the city and in Spain in general, with the objective of consolidating Spanish companies’ international leadership and highlighting Madrid as a global reference in the sector.

The project, promoted by the Madrid City Council, currently has more than 120 public and private members and is based on the idea of making the city the global capital for construction. RTS International Loss Adjusters has become the first claim investigation and adjustment firm to join the Association, thus broadening the project’s scope.

“RTS has extensive experience in the Engineering, Architecture, Construction and Infrastructure sectors, as well as in the management of claim and analytical studies of all types. Furthermore, our global view of these areas allows us to contribute cutting-edge knowledge and perspectives, which we hope will contribute to making Madrid a global benchmark in this ambitious project”, notes José Caraballo Manzanas, RTS’ CEO.

David García Núñez, President of the MWCC: “For the MWCC, having RTS join us adds to the ecosystem of public and private entities that comprise the association. We believe that the sector’s multiple parts should be well represented at the MWCC”.

The services provided by RTS are essential when the sector encounters operative or natural difficulties, as they can help solve problems and improve the quality of the services, while also ensuring that project deadlines can be met and contracts honoured.


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