Working at Salini Impregilo

We believe in challenges and in continuous growth, we believe that our success comes from our people, from us, with our history, our aspirations, our competencies; men and women capable of working together for constructing infrastructure capable of improving people's lives.

Working with us means belonging to a multicultural environment in which relationships are based on respect, transparency and trust; it means participating in the construction of unique, high standard engineering projects in which technological innovation is combined with process innovation.

Dams and hydroelectric plants, hydraulic works, railways and metros, airports and motorways, civil and industrial engineering works are the activity sectors in which we have been working for over 110 years.

Belonging to our Group means joining 35,000 highly specialised people from over 100 nationalities and a dynamic and competitive reality that offers passion, knowledge and experience.

People, their skills and their dedication are central to Salini Impregilo's culture and competitive edge. This is why we adopt policies for our personnel designed to:

  • Attract and cultivate talented people, at an international level, particularly university graduates and young professionals who are starting their career;
  • Foster and support a common learning culture, to guarantee the highest levels of hard and soft skills within the entire Group;
  • Retain and motivate qualified professional resources through continuous training, career development, innovative and sustainable remuneration systems capable of promoting internal fairness, while also being competitive on the market.


Our global footprint

Our values


We build infrastructures that last in time and promote sustainable development for current and future generations.


We believe in competence and skill, in work that is well done and capable of exceeding client’s expectations.


We promote an ethical, open and transparent conduct with all our stakeholders.


We respect people, diversity and the environment.

Last update: 16/07/2018