Our Commitment

Building shared value for all our stakeholders is our big challenge, that we tackle every day promoting the research of excellence for our clients, the satisfaction of our investors, the care for the communities in which we live and work, the development and the integrity of our people and the protection of the environment.

In the coming years we want to continue to play a key role in promoting sustainability in the large-scale infrastructures construction industry, focusing our efforts on the following areas:


Sustainability targets and performance


2015 Results

Developing employees and attracting talent
  • Provided more than 1 million training hours to employees
  • Recruited 100 young engineers through our “Tomorrow’s Builders” campaign
  • Launched the Salini Impregilo Learning Academy for employees
  • Continue investing in training, in order to guarantee our employees’ professional development
  • Deliver the first edition of the "International Construction Management" 1st and 2nd Level Master jointly with Milan’s Polytechnic
  • Launch a new e-learning platform for the Group’s employees
Health and safety
  • Reduced injury rate (IR) by 14%, compared to 2014
  • Invested 34.8 € million in H&S protection and prevention
  • Delivered more than 637,000 hours of training to employees on H&S issues
  • Introduce a structured leadership plan on health and safety aimed at improving injury rates by at least 3% in 2016
Environmental protection
  • Reduced our energy intensity rate by 13%, compared to 2014
  • Lowered our GHG emissions intensity rate by 14%, compared to 2014
  • Increased the excavation materials sent for reuse by 19%, compared to 2014
  • Continue improving environmental performance; develop resource efficiency programmes to reduce scrap by 5% in three years; optimize energy consumption and waste recycling
Supply chain
  • Spent 75% of purchasing budget with local suppliers
  • Created employment for more than 10,000 people through subcontractors and service providers
  • Provided more than 90,000 training hours to subcontractors’ employees
  • Continue supporting our local value chain, with a focus on strengthening support and training activities
Stakeholder engagement and community support
  • Founded the E4Impact Foundation to promote social entrepreneurship in Africa
  • Provided more than 17,000 free healthcare interventions from our clinics to local communities in remote, rural areas
  • Hosted more than 29,000 people at our projects during open-doors events
  • Engaged over 1 million people through our digital platforms
  • Continue engaging with local stakeholders
  • Increase our dialogue with global stakeholders
  • Continue supporting our communities, through direct interventions and social programmes

Last update: 28/04/2016