Manuel finished his studies in Building Engineering and afterwards, he did a Forensic Building Engineering Master's Degree at Seville University.

He developed in different roles after finishing his studies as an intern in the Urbanism & Planning Department in his home town's Town Hall. He also gained experience as Building Energy Certifier and Assistant Project Engineer at Plural Brazil, a firm based in Spain and Brazil.

In 2015 Manuel discovered the BIM methodology and was fascinated by it. Over three years, he worked at two different UK-based Engineering Consultancies as Structural BIM Technician in Oxford (UK). During his time in Oxford, Manuel became a member of the Institution of Structural Engineers and his professional goal at Bryden Wood is to take leadership in BIM projects as well as collaborating with different disciplines.

In April 2018, Manuel joined Bryden Wood with the aim of learning every day and facing many exciting challenges. 3D modelling (Revit), Steel detailing, Rebar concrete detailing, and documentation management are his strengths. Clash Detection (Navisworks) and Visual Programming (Dynamo) are his new exciting speciality.