|Società per azioni|
|Traded as||BIT: SAL|
|Industry||Construction, civil engineering|
|Founded||1959 (as Impregilo)|
|Claudio Costamagna (Chairman), Pietro Salini (CEO)|
|Products||Infrastructure and industrial plant construction and engineering; motorway operating concessions|
|Revenue||€3,945 million (2013)|
|€198 million (2013)|
|Profit||€30 million (2013)|
Number of employees
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.
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. In September 2013 it merged with Salini to form Salini Impregilo.
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. 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.
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:
- the Kariba Dam, Zimbabwe/Zambia, 1959
- the Dez Dam, Iran, 1963
- the Akosombo Dam, Ghana, 1966
- the Salvage of the Abu Simbel temples, Egypt, 1968
- the bay of Fontvieille, Monaco, 1973
- the Tarbela Dam, Pakistan, 1976
- the Fréjus Road Tunnel, France/Italy, 1980
- the Trans-Gabon Railway, Gabon, 1982 
- the San Roque González de Santa Cruz Bridge, Argentina/Paraguay, 1990 
- the New Hemicycle of European Parliament, France, 1997
- the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, 1998
- the Ecorodovias motorway system, Brazil, 2002
- the Ghazi Barotha Dam, Pakistan, 2002
- the Nathpa Jhakri Hydroelectric Power Project, India, 2003
- the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, United Arab Emirates, 2003
- the Desalination plant Jebel Ali l1, United Arab Emirates, 2005
- the Kárahnjúkar Hydropower Plant, Iceland, 2008
- the Milan-Turin and Bologna-Florence high speed railways, Italy, 2009
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.
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.
- "Proforma Results 2013". Salini Impregilo. Retrieved 8 August 2014.
- "Water project trial targets Italian giant". Southern Africa Documentation and Cooperation Centre. September 4, 2006. Retrieved 14 July 2013.
- "Impregilo shareholders approve merger with Salini". Reuters. September 12, 2013. Retrieved March 1, 2014.
- Impregilo today
- Latest presentation
- Spurwing facts
- Ilisu Dam campaign
- VRA honours Italy contractors of Akosombo Kpong dams
- Abu Simbel
- Lavori marittimi nella Baia di Fontvieille
- Fréjus, Tir trains: falls on the last alibi for the Turin-Lyon
- Ferrovia transgabonese
- Ponte Posadas - encarnacion sul fiume Paranà
- A much discussed chamber
- Corner House
- Riaa Law
- Nathpa Jhakri Hydroelectric Power Project
- Grand Mosque Abu Dhabi
- Financing agreed for Jebel Ali L Power Plant
- Karahnjukar website - Impregilo
- Italians set national rail speed record in tunnel
- Panama Canal Announces "Best Value" Proposal for New Set of Locks Expansion Contract
- Consorzio TAT website
- Impregilo up on infrastructure hopes. Reuters 9 March 2009.
- Italian-led group wins $2bn contract to build north Doha Metro line Doha News