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Sagrada Familia
Barcellona (Spain)

The magnificent cathedral combines the classic Gothic elements with the undulating signs which are typical of Gaudi's architecture. The architect died before completing his work, but the story tells that it underwent a series of constant evolutions. The result is that there is still a work site open and construction on the cathedral still continues today. The Sagrada Familia is the symbol of Barcellona and interprets the visionary genius of this great architect to the best.

Cossato – Vallemosso (Italy)

When the tunnel called 'Ronco' was opened, 1.460m long, the section from Cossato towards Vallemosso was closed.  The tunnels in this section of Pedemontana have all been installed with avant garde security systems and comply to the strictest safety standards.

Portos de Galicia
Galicia (Spain)

Galicia has 28 sport harbours, equipped with all kind of services: 20 of them are managed by Portos de Galicia, while the other 8 harbours are managed by the Harbour Authorities. They have 8.812 berthing quays in total: 4.730 belong to Portos de Galicia and 4.082 belong to the general purpose harbours. Portos de Galicia, a public body which is member of the Council of Territorial Jurisdiction, Public Works and Transports, is drawing up a “General Plan” that must consider and resolve, in a reasonable way, the development of sport harbours.

Ashdod is the fifth largest city in Israel, located in the southern district of the Country, on the Mediterranean coast. The Port of Ashdod is Israel's largest port accounting for 60% of the Country's imported goods. It remains one of the few deep water ports in the world to be built on the open sea, and its construction involved great engineering challenges. It has become a very important centre for the Israeli and international navigation and for all the cargo ships that here find a high level service.

Metro Torino
Turin (Italy)

Line 1 of the Turin Subway   covers a route from Rivoli - Cascine Vica - Collegno - Porta Nuova - Lingotto - Piazza Bengasi which is roughly 28 km long. The trains use an automatic control system which allows them to operate without operators onboard and reduce waiting times, up to 69 seconds. 

T17 Secante
Cesena (Italy)

The characteristics of the works are as follows: two independent separate carriageways, two lanes in each direction, no crossroads, tunnel about 1.600m long fitted with a vehicle exhaust fume treatment system, natural and artificial noise-proofing barriers, sliproads at intersections with urban road networks.

Rotterdam (Netherlands)

The plant in Rotterdam, the biggest one in Holland and the sixth one in the world for its capacity, has been realized by the joint-venture between Techint E&C Italia-SENER and TSEV Consortium. Gate is one of the biggest terminals LNG (Liquified Natural Gas) in Europe, with initial productive capacity of 12 billion m³/year and three storage tanks of 180.000 m³. The terminal can satisfy natural gas requirements of all population of Netherlands and some part of Europe. The total value of the project is 800 million EUR.

Brescia (Italy)

In 1998 a highly advanced heat generation station (heat exchanger) was built with the unusual feature that it burns waste and recovers this energy to produce electricity and heat.

Casale Cremasco (Italy)

Danone S.p.A. produces and markets fresh milk and cheese products in Italy, reaching a turnover of over 400 million euro per annum. Danone supplies Italian consumers with a wide range of food products, enriched with natural ingredients which, further to the normal benefits of yoghurt, also have a positive effect on the health and well-being of adults and children. 

Feralpi Group
Lonato (Italy)

Over the years, the Feralpi Group has mainly developed its business in the building steel sector. In the steelworks sector, this development lead to the acquisition of important companies in Italy and other parts of Europe. The Group is one of the top and most highly qualified European manufacturers in this sector.

Monza Race Track
Monza (Italy)

The Monza Race Track is the largest Italian motorsport complex and is one of the most complete and famous in the world. It currently has three tracks: the Gran Prix track, 5.793m; the Junior track, with lighting for night time races, 2.405m; the speed track with overhead bends for  record attempts and technical testing, 4.250m.

Brescia (Italy)

Gnutti machinery was founded in Brescia in 1955 and was one of the first companies to launch itself on the market as a supplier of tooling machines. It is currently the world leader in the sector of designing and building transfer machines, with rotating tables, linear and drum layouts. 

Brescia (Italy)

Officine Riunite Italiane started its activities in the mechanical sector back in 1902.

Over the years to come it focused on top quality and special steels; it developed a range of products for specialised use, it acquires the technology needed to respond to the demands of a clientele that requires quality and product continuity.

United Kingdom

The Intertissue plant produces paper and is located at the Baglan Energy Park. Its range of products comprises toilet paper, paper hand and kitchen towels. Intertissue  produces for many leading brands in this range of products  (e.g. the REGINA brand).