Salini Impregilo

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Salini Impregilo S.p.A.
Type Società per azioni
Traded as BITSAL
Industry Construction, civil engineering
Founded 1959 (as Impregilo)
Headquarters Milan, Italy
Key people Claudio Costamagna (Chairman), Pietro Salini (CEO)
Products Infrastructure and industrial plant construction and engineering; motorway operating concessions
Revenue €3,945 million (2013)[1]
Operating income €198 million (2013)[1]
Profit €30 million (2013)[1]
Employees 28,000 (2013)
Website www.salini-impregilo.com

Salini Impregilo S.p.A. (Italian pronunciation: [salìni impreˈɡìːlo]) is an Italy-based construction and civil engineering business headquartered in Milan. The company was formally founded in 1959 as Impregilo S.p.A. and, through mergers, has grown to become a large Italian engineering and general contracting group in the construction, concession and environmental sectors. It is listed on the Milan Stock Exchange. It is directed by Pietro Salini.

History[edit]

The company was founded as Impregilo in 1959 and expanded following a merger with Cogefar-Impresit S.p.A., Girola S.p.A. and Lodigiani S.p.A. in 1990.[2] In September 2013 it merged with Salini to form Salini Impregilo.[3]

Operations[edit]

Salini Impregilo undertake the following types of works: dams, hydroelectric power plants, railways, subterranean projects, undergrounds, bridges, viaducts, highways, roads, ports, airports and prestigious residential and office complexes.[4] The company operates in more than 30 countries on 5 continents with 11,890 employees. It is organised into three businesses: Construction, Engineering & Plant Construction, General contracting, Concessions.[5]

Major projects[edit]

Projects in which Salini Impregilo has been involved include buildings, public utilities, motorways, underground works, airports, water supply systems, waste disposals, hospitals and land development. Some major examples include:

Salini Impregilo, together with the Spanish company Sacyr Vallehermoso and other two companies (Belgian Jan de Nul and Panamanian Cusa), won the tender for the expansion of the Panama Canal, due to be completed in 2014.[24]

Salini Impregilo is also working on the Gotthard Base Tunnel, which is expected to be completed in 2015.[25]

Salini Impregilo is the lead partner in the consortium for the Messina Bridge project which, according to the announcement by Silvio Berlusconi on 6 March 2009, will now go ahead and be completed in 2016.[26]

Salini Impregilo is also leading a consortium for Red Line North, a part of the Doha Metro project in Qatar, which is expected to be completed in 2019.[27]

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