INVAP is a company devoted to the design and construction of complex technological systems, with more than 40 years of history in the domestic market and more than twenty in the international scene. Its mission is to develop state-of-the-art technology in different industrial, scientific and applied research fields, thus creating "technological packages" with high added value, to meet domestic requirements or to be exported to international markets.
With its long expertise in the design, implementation and administration of highly complex multidisciplinary projects, INVAP is able to create products and services to meet the client's needs, fulfilling all the stages of a project: from the initial technical advice to the delivery of turnkey plants.
Its main activities are focused in the following areas: Nuclear, Aerospace, Government & Defense and Industrial and Medical Equipment. INVAP has designed and built several research and radioisotope production reactors worldwide, low orbit Earth observation and telecommunication satellites, industrial plants, radar systems and radiotherapy centers, among other developments.
Domestically, INVAP holds a close relationship with the Argentine Commission of Atomic Energy (CNEA) and the Argentine Space Commission (CONAE), institutions with which it has jointly accomplished major projects. Internationally, the company is related to numerous organizations, such as the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANSTO), the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority (AEA), the National Nuclear Energy Commission (CNEN) of Brazil and the Pallas Foundation of Neteherlands.
About 85% of INVAP's staff is comprised of highly qualified technicians and professionals, organized in dynamic structures that may easily adapt to form working groups for the various projects developed by the company.
INVAP is qualified under ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management System Standard) and ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Management System Standard).