- Zwei Großtransformatoren sichern die lokale Stromversorgung.
- Die erfolgreiche Umsetzung des Gemeinschaftsprojekts ist für die Bauphase des BBT von zentraler Bedeutung.
Webuild Group’s U.S. subsidiary Lane has won a $93-million Poinciana Parkway Phase 2 design-and-build contract in Polk County, Florida, less than a week after receiving a $176-million toll-road contract in Texas, further consolidating its leadership in road work in the United States.
The Webuild Group is collaborating with the University of Melbourne’s Melbourne School of Engineering to support innovation, inclusion and the professional training of young students as part of its investment in Australia, a strategic market for the Group. In an agreement signed with the university, the Group is offering, as of September 2020, two scholarships for the next five years: Webuild Women into Engineering Pathway Scholarship and Webuild Master of Civil Engineering Scholarship.
Webuild Group celebrated a double breakthrough for the Terzo Valico dei Giovi high-speed/high-capacity railway it is building between Genoa and Milan to improve the port’s links with the rail network in northern Italy and the rest of Europe.
Webuild Group’s U.S. subsidiary Lane has been declared the apparent low bidder for a $176-million road contract in Texas, the latest project to consolidate its presence in North America, its biggest market by revenue.
Milan’s new M4 Metro Line: tunnel excavations completed as TBM reaches Solari Station. Phase two: focus on opening first section of line built by Webuild
The IRICAV 2 consortium led by the Webuild Group has signed a contract worth a total of about €2.5 billion to start work on the first section of a high-speed/high-capacity railway being developed between Verona and Padua and commissioned by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana (RFI) (Gruppo FS Italiane). The signing comes as the Group forges ahead with Progetto Italia, a strategy to consolidate and strengthen Italy’s infrastructure sector. The Group owns 83% of the consortium (Webuild 45.44%, Astaldi 37.49%) and Hitachi Rail STS.
The first large tunnel-boring machines (TBM’s) for Snowy 2.0, the largest renewable energy project in Australia, has arrived at Port Kembla. The TBM is one of three that Snowy Hydro Limited has ordered to build the project.
Fifteen months after construction began on Genoa’s new bridge, Webuild and Fincantieri deliver the keys to the completed structure to Marco Bucci, the city’s mayor and the project’s extraordinary commissioner. Work on the fixtures on the top part of the bridge is complete, the static load test certification has been issued, and the final inspection ahead of the opening of the bridge to traffic has been conducted. With the signing of the final documents to formalise the transfer of the bridge from the commissioner to the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport and, subsequently, the concession operator that will take charge of the bridge and open it.
Webuild and its local partner celebrated the breakthrough of their tunnel-boring machine (TBM) near the end of its underground journey of 4.05 km to help extend Line 14 South in southern Paris for Europe’s most ambitious sustainable mobility project: the Grand Paris Express.
Load tests have begun on Genoa’s new bridge following the near completion of the structure in a record 13 months by Webuild and Fincantieri. The tests, conducted by state motorways entity Anas and Rina, began with 16 lorries driving along the bridge during what is called phase zero of a preliminary assessment.
The most sophisticated tunnel-boring machine (TBM) for the construction of Snowy 2.0, the biggest renewable energy project in Australia, has passed the Factory Acceptance Test (FAT), making it ready to be shipped to the site where Snowy Hydro Ltd and Webuild (formerly Salini Impregilo) will expand the Snowy Scheme’s network of hydro power stations in the Snowy Mountains and underpin the country’s transition to a low-carbon emissions future.
Webuild, formerly Salini Impregilo, and its partners in the Mobilinx consortium have won the “Proximo North America Rail Deal of the Year 2019” for the most innovative project financing transaction in the case of the €917-million (about CAN$1.3-billion) construction of Metrolinx’s Hurontario light rail transit line near Toronto, Canada. Astaldi, which is becoming part of Webuild under Progetto Italia (Project Italy) to consolidate Italy’s fragmented construction sector, was part of the consortium when the project was awarded in October 2019.
The first vehicle crossed Genoa’s new bridge. Aboard it was Pietro Salini, chief executive of Webuild, a global leader in the construction of complex infrastructure projects that built the bridge. The crossing was the first to be made by a private vehicle as Webuild brings the bridge to completion with Fincantieri and Italferr in record time.
Calabria celebrated the start of a public work that promises a new opportunity for economic growth and employment in southern Italy through the revival of infrastructure investment.
Salini Impregilo is changing its name to Webuild, with the message “bigger, stronger and ready to serve the nation” to accompany a publicity campaign that begins in Italy’s major newspapers and news websites. It also comes on the day that Salini Impregilo shareholders meet at their annual assembly to approve the new name of a Group that is ready to contribute to the revival of the Italian economy within the context of an infrastructure investment plan capable of creating thousands of jobs. The launch of the Company’s new name, which will soon be online at www.webuildgroup.com and on social media channels with the account name Webuild, signals the latest step in the Group’s evolution, becoming ever more global with a strong base in Italy. It is a process of growth for the Company under the management and coordination of Salini Costruttori SpA within the context of Progetto Italia (Project Italy), and also thanks to the support of CDP Equity SpA and the country’s main financial institutions (UniCredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, Banco Popolare BPM) and investors who believe in the project.