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11/18/2013

Padiglione Italia nell’Expo 2015

Aggiornamento sullo “stato dell’arte” ed avanzamento delle attività relative al Padiglione Italia nell’Expo 2015, incarico ricevuto da Proger a maggio 2013 in ATI con Nemesi & Partners, BMS progetti ed il Prof. De Santoli.

Come riportato da tutti gli organi di stampa nazionali e anche internazionali, lo scorso 7 Novembre c’è stata la presentazione ufficiale del Progetto al Presidente Napolitano, alla presenza del Ministro dell’Economia, oltre che del Presidente di Expò 2015 Diana Bracco e del Consigliere del Presidente della Repubblica per la Conservazione del Patrimonio Artistico, Louis Godart.

Il plastico del Progetto, in scala 1:50, resterà esposto presso la Sala della Guardia d’Onore del Palazzo del Quirinale di Roma dall’8 novembre al 15 gennaio, con ingresso libero, chi vuole può visitare la Mostra dal martedi al sabato dalle 10.00 alle 13.00 e dalle 15.30 alle 18.30, la domenica solo di mattina dalle 8.30 alle 12.00.

Per il rispetto dei tempi strettissimi legati alla data di inaugurazione della Manifestazione (maggio 2015), a valle dell’aggiudicazione del 19 Aprile il Team di progetto ha lavorato alacremente per poter mantenere gli impegni contrattuali previsti nel cronoprogramma : il 30 Settembre è stato consegnato Progetto esecutivo ed è stata già esperita la gara d’appalto che dovrebbe concludersi con l’aggiudicazione dei lavorio entro il 15.12.2013 con inizio dei lavori da gennaio 2014, importo a base d’asta 44.500.000€

Il mondo intero osserva e pone attenzione all’Evento che è italiano ma che ha risonanza internazionale: uno stimolo in piu’ per affermare (o meglio confermare) la nostra credibilità ed affidabilità.

4/19/2013

Italy Pavillon at Expo 2015, Milan - Italy

The winning project of the International Design Competition of the Italy Pavilion at Expo 2015 was announced last Friday, April 19th.
The winner of the international competition was Nemesi & Partners with Proger and BMS Progetti.

For the jury: “The winning project interprets the competition brief with particular expressive care and independent formal interpretation, designing and sharing the theme of 'feeding the planet, Energy for Life' with a clear and comprehensive architectural character with the prefigurations introduced by the concept.
It became clear how the architectural core in all its complexity is capable of restoring the sense of nature which transforms 'from ancient rite to rite of contemporaneity' with immediate effect. A 'nest' architecture, an obvious transposition of the nursery, of the civic sense of belonging to a community in a nutshell.
The development of the project, both for the temporary works aligned along the Cardo and for Palazzo Italia, allows a gradual and safe and exhibition and functional route, describing a floor plan full of charm and never repetitive.
This condition feeds a greater sense of surprise and curiosity, which is essential to describe the sense of living, our daily lives and the spaces of the community. The technological choices proposed with a view of environmental sustainability of the building appear to be convincing, both in terms of the passive design of Palazzo Italia and for the temporary and flexible nature of the buildings facing onto the Cardo.”

11/20/2012

Thakher City, Mecca - Saudi Arabia

Proger has been commissioned by SOM - Skidmore, Owings & Merril LLP to provide engineering and consultancy services for the schematic design phase and design development phase of Thakher City.
The project consists in the Design and Construction of a hospitality area in Mecca hosting up to 250.000 pilgrims.

The services outlined within the brief which Proger shall provide are:
• Engineering: Geotechnical and Structural Design, MEP Systems Design
• Pedestrian Flow Analysis
• Project Management

11/10/2012

Campidoglio 2 - New Council Offices in Rome

Astaldi, ABDR, Proger and Enetec have been assigned the project finance contract to construct and manage “Campidoglio 2”, the new council offices in Rome.
The contract involves the design development and construction documents phase, the construction, maintenance and management of an office complex located in Rome’s Ostiense district.
Services which shall be carried out by Proger include: Engineering and Design Team Coordination, Project Management and the Supervision of Works.
The value of the works stands at EUR 145 million.
The project will result in the construction of 5 new buildings which shall accommodate 4,350 employees on 3 levels, car parks for a total of 2,000 parking spaces, an auditorium which shall seat 800 and some facilities for communal use (green spaces, a conference room, a library, a gym, a nursery and some
restaurant facilities). Renovation of the existing industrial building which was previously used as a tobacco processing plant has also been planned.
The main aim of the “Campidoglio 2” project is to centralize the network of council offices within Rome - It is an ambitious project to upgrade the city’s historical Ostiense district.

5/21/2011

Metro 4 - New Underground line in Milan

The Group which includes Impregilo, Astaldi, Ansaldo Sts, Ansaldobreda, Atm and Sirti and which Proger is the designer of, has won the tender issued by the City of Milan for the construction of Metro 4 in Milan “a new underground line”. This group was the highest bidder, regarding for not only the technical evaluation as well as for their bid.
Proger will provide the following services:
• Civil MEP Systems and Structural Engineer¬ing for five stations:
developed design and constructions documents;
• Architectural and urban design for the ex¬ternal areas above the stations:
developed design and constructions documents;
• Pedestrian and vehicular flow models for the construction sites during works;
• Pedestrian flow models for the Stations: internal and external circulation and correlation to the other linked transportation systems;
• Project Coordination;
• Communication on construction sites;
• Environmental monitoring.