Graduated with a licentiate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Porto, Portugal, Tiago Pereira further continued his studies obtaining a master degree in civil engineering structures in 2008 in the same institution.
Academic development accompanied more than 10 years of work experience garnered mostly in Macau as a consultant, designer, supervision, quality control and project coordinator. Prior to coming to Macau in 2002, Tiago Pereira worked in dynamic monitoring and analysis of structures in Portugal.
Since arriving in Macau, he has been involved in numerous local projects, such as the construction of CEMs' Coloane B Power Station (CCB), Enlargement of the Macau Stadium, Macau Light Rail Transit Project, and the Macau International Airport. Between 2008 and 2012 he was responsible for a surveying team, specializing in deformation monitoring of structures and during the last few years was also an airport engineering consultant, focusing in the Macau International Airport. Simultaneously, Tiago Pereira produced scientific articles and participated in seminars concerning airport pavements and pile foundations in Macau.
Graduated with a licentiate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Porto, Portugal, Pedro Ambrósio's work experience is focused mostly in construction of major civil engineering works, such as the construction of Jorjais Bridge, with 365 meters main span, Tinhela Bridge, with a main span of 268 meters, for "Transmontana" Highway in the North of Portugal, and a Residential Complex ZR6B, located in Luanda, Angola. In Macau, Pedro Ambrósio's experience includes technical assistance during the design stage, quality assurance, inspection, maintenance monitoring works and supervision in projects such as the New Macau Grand Prix Tower and the Macau Light Rail Transit Project.