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EVENT  02.10.2019

Electric Vehicles and Renewable Energy in Transport Forum hosted by Roads Australia

This event In Sydney explored the opportunities and challenges presented by the emerging uptake of electric vehicles, including the implementation of the appropriate infrastructure to enable their effective use, how to shift and reduce energy demands from imported fuel to electricity, and what pump hydro can offer in terms of providing renewable, stored energy to the Sydney network.
PRESS NOTE  25.07.2019

Salini Impregilo sees Australia rise to 12% from 1.5% of order backlog in early 2019. Prize received from the Concrete Institute of Australia

MILAN, July 25, 2019 – Salini Impregilo’s presence in Australia is increasing as orders from the country contributed 12% of the Group’s total backlog early this year from 1.5% previously, thanks to strategic mega hydroelectric projects like Snowy 2.0. Its work is also gaining recognition. After a prize received for its work on the Forrestfield-Airport Link in Perth in early July, it received another one for excellence in infrastructure from the New South Wales branch of...

PRESS NOTE  11.07.2019

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.
PRESS NOTE  28.05.2019

Sydney Metro Northwest: trains begin running along a line with italian soul

New driverless metro trains began service on May 26 on the Sydney Metro Northwest, the line that includes the technically challenging and prize-winning skytrain bridge by Salini Impregilo. It marks the completion of the first phase of Sydney Metro, Australia’s biggest public transport project as well as Sydney’s most ambitious since the construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge a century ago.
NEWS  15.05.2019

Australian Minister describes Salini Impregilo Perth project progress “remarkable”

MILAN, May 15, 2019 – Rita Saffioti, Western Australia’s Minister for Transport, has described as “remarkable” the progress that Salini Impregilo had made on the construction of the Forrestfield-Airport Link in Perth.

The Group, along with joint-venture partner NRW, is building the 8.5-kilometre-long light rail line that will connect the eastern suburbs with the city centre. The project is the biggest of its kind in the state in more than a...

PRESS NOTE  12.04.2019

Forrestfield-Airport Link milestone: tunnel lining production complete

PERTH, 12 April, 2019 - Salini Impregilo has produced the last of the 54,000 segments and reached a significant milestone for the Forrestfield-Airport Link, finishing the production of the precast concrete segments that line the walls of the parallel tunnels being excavated for the rail line in Perth, Australia.

A purpose-built factory was established for the project, with a...

PRESS NOTE  30.11.2018

Salini Impregilo enters new infrastructure sector in Australia: on shortlist for Western Sydney Airport contract

Milan, November 30, 2018 - Salini Impregilo is on the shortlist for a contract to deliver a major earthworks package for Western Sydney Airport, one of Australia's most significant infrastructure projects in decades.

Salini Impregilo, which is operating in the country in other transport sectors, has been shortlisted to perform the first package of bulk earthwork and related works including soil decontamination, relocation of utilities and landscaping to prepare for the...

PRESS NOTE  20.11.2018

Australia ripe for innovation to build tomorrow’s infrastructure: Salini Impregilo presents new report on “Flexible Cities” at University of Technology Sydney with the Economist Intelligence Unit

Milan, November 20, 2018 – Australia is ripe for innovation to build smarter and more flexible infrastructure to meet the challenges posed by its growing population, according to “Flexible Cities. The Future of Australian Infrastructure”, a new report prepared by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and presented today at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
PRESS RELEASE  11.10.2018

Salini Impregilo inaugurates third edition of Master’s programme with Politecnico di Milano after signing accord with University of Technology Sydney

Milan, October 11, 2018 – “We deem attracting young talent as essential for creating a long-term vision for the company. In the last three years we have dedicated particular attention to university students and young graduates. Together with them and our managers we wish to build a class of leaders for the future, continuing to invest in training” said Salini Impregilo Chief Executive Pietro Salini at the inauguration of the third edition of the Master’s in International Construction Management
PRESS NOTE  03.10.2018

Salini Impregilo wins projects of the year award for work on Sydney Metro Northwest in Australia

Milan, October 3, 2018 - Salini Impregilo has won two prestigious awards for the skytrain bridge and other civil works done for Sydney Metro Northwest in Australia, making it the only company to win both the 2018 Project of the Year and the 2018 Global Best Project for the railway sector from Engineering News-Record (ENR), the influential U.S. industry magazine that described the works as elegant, innovative and sustainable
PRESS RELEASE  30.07.2018

Salini Impregilo receives ENR award for Skytrain Bridge project in Sydney

Milan, July 30 2018 - Salini Impregilo has won an award for its recently completed project, the Skytrain Bridge for the Sydney Metro Northwest, from Engineering News-Record (ENR) in the sixth edition of the annual Global Best Projects competition organized by the leading U.S. construction magazine.

The project was among 22 selected by a jury for their excellence in construction, attention to safety and diversity, and the benefits they provide to their respective communities,...

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