News and Press Notes

30/07/2019 15:55

Salini Impregilo work on Bicocca-Catenanuova line ahead of schedule

Just six months since receiving the contract, Salini Impregilo has opened 15 days ahead of schedule five temporary sections that cover a combined total of about five kilometres along the Bicocca-Catenanuova part of a railway line that is being expanded to allow for travel of up to 200 kilometres per hour between Palermo and Catania, Sicily’s two main cities.

11/07/2019 11:55

Salini Impregilo jv wins award for Forrestfield-Airport link

Salini Impregilo and its local partner have won an award for the design and manufacture of the precast concrete segments used to line the tunnels they are excavating for the Public Transport Authority’s Forrestfield-Airport Link in the latest recognition of the level of excellence they have brought to the project in Perth, Australia.

08/07/2019 17:22

Salini Impregilo ready for opportunities along new silk road

Salini Impregilo is ready to seize opportunities offered by China’s Belt and Road Initiative – also known as the New Silk Road - that has seen massive investments in infrastructure to improve transport and commercial links between the European Union and Asia.

25/06/2019 16:10

Pietro Salini: Genoa, State and business together to unite and help Italy grow

The laying of the foundation of this new bridge over the Polcevera River is a milestone for such a strategic project for Genoa and the country,” says Pietro Salini, Chief Executive of Salini Impregilo. “This is a project that not only aims to help bring a city closer to the region but also looks to the future of Italy, showing how this collaboration between the state and the best of the country’s companies can bring the country together and help make it grow again.

21/06/2019 10:00

Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T): expanding eastwards

The European Union plans to expand beyond its eastern border its ambitious TEN-T initiative – in which Salini Impregilo is a participant - with major investments in roads, rail and other transport infrastructure in Ukraine and five other neighbouring countries known as the Eastern Partners, namely Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova.
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Last update: 13/08/2019