Among others, APD has carried out the design, decoration and stage production of the institutional visit to the Centre of their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain, in addition to the technical execution of the event that commemorated the anniversary of the “Women for the heart” campaign.
ACCIONA Producciones y Diseño (APD) is the company responsible for the design and technical execution of two important events organised by the Centro de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC), the Spanish Centre for Cardiovascular Research, the institutional visit of their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain and the act to commemorate the “Mujeres por el Corazón” campaign (Women for the heart).
APD’s involvement in these two events included the design and stage production, the decoration and furniture, signage, lighting, sound, equipment and audio-visual production, together with the technical assistance during the meetings, presentations and roundtables included in the programmes of both events.
On 9 February, their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain visited the Centre’s laboratories to understand first-hand some of the most relevant research projects being carried out at the CNIC.
The visit also included a meeting with the trust members of the Pro CNIC Foundation, comprised of a group of companies that in 2005 signed an agreement with the Ministry of Health to finance the Centre.
During the visit, they were accompanied by the Health, Social Services and Equality Minister Dolors Montserrat; Carmen Vela, President of the CNIC Trust and State Secretary for Research, Development and Innovation, and Jesús F. Crespo, Vice-president of the CNIC Trust and Director of the Health Institute Carlos III.
Among others, for the institutional act, APD was responsible for the design and stage production, together with the furniture equipment and the technical assistance.
In addition, ACCIONA Producciones y Diseño also carried out the technical execution of the act to commemorate the second anniversary of the “Mujeres por el corazón” (Women for the heart) campaign, held on 13 February and presided by the Health, Social Services and Equality Minister, Dolors Montserrat.