Over the past few years, Impresa Luigi Notari has gained a reputation as the most trusted supplier of ENEL and RFI and has worked in Italy for major public contractors.
Moreover, the company has formed a consortium with other 2 companies (called Consorzio Sa.No.Ba.) obtaining major contracts in Switzerland with the following prime contractors:
• Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) for the new Mendrisio – Stabio – Italian/Swiss Border line connecting Mendrisio to Malpensa.
• Swiss Federal Roads Office (FEDRO) for the renovation of the Taverne Tunnel.
In recent years, numerous branch offices have been opened all over the world.
Impresa Luigi Notari is specialized mainly in civil engineering works for the construction or the maintenance of hydro and thermal power stations, water tunnels, street and railway tunnels, bridges, roads, viaducts, dams, canals and pressure pipelines, river weirs, soil consolidations, special foundations and waterproofing work using sprayed concrete that has been one of the company’s primary activities for over 50 years.
For the Italian Railways, Impresa Luigi Notari is one of the 3 companies in Italy to be certified and entitled to participate in tenders of unlimited amount in the railway sector for the execution of ordinary and extraordinary maintenance work. The company owns engineering trains, electric locomotives, work cars, tool vehicles, milling machines, jumbo drills, drilling probes, concrete mixing systems, jet grouting systems, concrete pumps and shot-concrete pumps, earthmoving machines, LCVs, remote-controlled demolition robots, and concrete-cutting diamond wires and saws.
Impresa Luigi Notari has been working with the Italian authorities managing railways (FSI) and roads (ANAS) for over 50 years and with the country’s major electricity, water and gas power authority (ENEL) in the water industry for over 30 years and in the heating industry for over 10 years.
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