E.U.I.T. Public Works
The University College for the Technical Engineering of Public Works is the successor to one of the oldest schools in Spain: The School of Public Works technicians, of long tradition and great prestige in its time between the Civil Engineering professionals, was created by Claudio Moyano in 1857.
So as to see it as a special school dedicated to the training of civil servants, it was first accountable to the Ministry of Public Buildings and later the Ministry of Public Works until in 1957 it became accountable to the Ministry of National Education, and known as the School of Ministry of Public Works Technicians.
The School became part of the Polytechnic University of Madrid in 1972 under its current name of The University College for the Technical Engineering of Public Works.