Global Sustainability Assessment System: Salini Impregilo awarded an A* for the Al Bayt Stadium project in Qatar
The Al Bayt Stadium project in Qatar was awarded an A* of the Global Sustainability Assessment System, for its excellence and attention to environmental sustainability during the construction phase.
The stadium is being built by the Group for the 2022 FIFA World Cup championship. It received 5 stars out of a maximum of 6, exceeding the standards required by the Client and FIFA. It also places itself as a best practice for sustainability and reduced environmental impact.
The Global Sustainability Assessment System (GSAS) is the most important integrated system for assessing sustainability for construction purposes in the entire Middle East. It considers social and environmental aspects during the entire project life cycle.
ISCA: Salini Impregilo earns top sustainability rating for Sydney Metro Northwest
Salini Impregilo has received top rating for sustainability for its construction of a prominent part of Sydney Metro Northwest in Australia.
The Group’s work on one of the biggest public transport projects in the country received a “Leading As Built IS rating” – the highest on a scale of three ratings - by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA). The non-profit public and private body operates the country’s only comprehensive rating system to evaluate the sustainability of infrastructure projects in every regard, whether it be environmental, social, economic or governance.
ITA Tunnelling Awards 2017: Salini Impregilo receives the Sustainability Initiative of the Year award
Salini Impregilo has won an award from the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA-AITES), the leading international organization promoting the use of tunnels and underground space for sustainable development through knowledge sharing and the application of technology. At the third edition of the annual ITA Tunnelling Awards 2017 ceremony in Paris, Salini Impregilo received the Sustainability Initiative of the Yearaward for the Anacostia River Tunnel in Washington, D.C., the latest acknowledgement of its expertise in excavating tunnels in the water and transport segments of the infrastructure industry. .
Qatar Sustainability Awards 2017: Salini Impregilo wins as Best Green Building Contractor
Salini Impregilo wins Qatar Sustainability Awards 2017 as Best Green Building Contractor for the Red Line North of Doha’s new metro.The prize was awarded by the Qatar Green Building Council (QGBC). Now at their second edition, the “Awards” aim at recognizing the efforts, commitment and results that companies, institutions or people have reached to promote sustainable development and environmental safeguard in Qatar.
CSR Online Awards ranking: Salini Impregilo is "Best Improver"
Salini Impregilo is the revelation of the 7th edition of the CSR Online Awards. The Group, since the previous edition climbed 51 positions, from the 57th to the 6th position, in the ranking that analyses how Italian companies communicate their sustainability and digitally involve their stakeholders. This giant leap allowed Salini Impregilo to conquer the 2016-2017 "Best Improver" title assigned by Lundquist. The research, carried out by the strategic consultancy firm specializing in online communication, assessed 254 companies in Europe and the 100 most important Italian companies (80 listed companies and 20 important non-listed companies).
Open Corporation ranking: Salini Impregilo is the highest-placed construction company and enters the Top 10
Salini Impregilo has been ranked the highest-placed construction company in the world in terms of transparency and sustainability. The Group placed in the Top 10 of the Open Corporation ranking – a project led by the Filcams-Cgil union and co-financed by the European Commission. Salini Impregilo came third in the Social Reporting Transparency Index for companies with the best sustainability reports and eighth in the Total Transparency Index. Open Corporation is the first ranking to be created by trade unions, with the aim of making multinational companies more transparent, inclusive and open to engagement with workers.
Salini Impregilo included in the CDP's Climate “A List”
Salini Impregilo is included in the CDP's Climate “A List”, a recognition of the efforts by 193 companies at the global level, including eight from Italy, to ensure the sustainability of their operations throughout the world. It is a prestigious acknowledgement, in addition to the inclusion of Salini Impregilo among a group of global companies leading the fight against global warming in terms of sustainability policy to be recently awarded for its efforts by Milan's stock exchange - Borsa Italiana – and CDP, a non-profit organization that runs a global disclosure system for some 2,000 companies to help them manage their environmental performance. The Group’s strategy and subsequent actions to reduce CO2 emissions in its activities was recognized in the CDP Climate Leadership Awards 2016 ceremony.
CDP: Salini Impregilo among members of Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index
In 2015, Salini Impregilo was among the Italian leaders in the management of climate change, according to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the global platform supported every year by over 800 investors that measures, compares and shares information about the environmental performance of nearly 2,000 companies worldwide. The Group obtained a 100/100 rating in the CDP’s climate change program and was awarded a position on the Italian edition of the Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI), published in the CDP Climate Change Report 2015.
“Leading” Infrastructure Sustainability Design rating
Salini Impregilo’s Sydney Metro Northwest project earned the “Leading” Infrastructure Sustainability Design rating from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) in 2015.
The rating is the highest on a scale designed by the council to measure the sustainability of infrastructure works, from its design to its construction and eventual management. The project is recognized as eco–compatible according to Australian standards.