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Permasteelisa Group
Industry Design, Engineering, Construction
Founded Vittorio Veneto, Italy (1973)
Headquarters Vittorio Veneto
Area served
Parent LIXIL Corp.
  • Permasteelisa
  • Josef Gartner GmbH
  • Scheldebouw B.V
  • Permasteelisa Interiors Ltd.
Website Permasteelisa group

Permasteelisa Group is an [Japanese] company working on design, project management, engineering, manufacturing, and installation of architectural envelopes (curtain walls) and interior systems with its headquarters at Vittorio Veneto. It holds a market share of 30% for curtain walls.[1]

Permasteelisa is a global integrated group, with a network of 47 companies in 27 countries and 20 manufacturing plants.[1] The company was founded in 1973 as ISA by Massimo Colomban. The company grew throughout the 1970s and 1980s, which allowed it to acquire Australian façade maker Permasteel in 1987, after which it became Permasteelisa.

In 2005 the company had accumulated €25 million of debts, but their situation improved, and by 2008 they reported net profits of €44.28 million from revenues of €1.137 billion, with an equity of €130.26 million.[1]

Notable projects include 2 World Trade Center and 3 World Trade Center in New York City and the Shanghai World Financial Center.[1]

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