Salini Impregilo to build ENI headquarters in Milan for €171m
August 02, 2017 – Italian construction firm Salini Impregilo has bagged a €171m contract to build the new corporate headquarters of Italian energy company ENI.
Located in the municipality of San Donato Milanese in the southeast of Milan, the complex has been designed by the US architecture firm Morphosis Architects.
Featuring three interconnected buildings for 4,600 employees on 65,000 sq m of gross leasable land, the complex will house a cafeteria, a conference centre and a public exhibition space.
Each of the three buildings will be linked to one another by ‘sky-bridges’. The Icon Tower will be the tallest at 11 floors and will have space for 1,300 employees.
However, the Landmark Tower will be the largest, covering 23,700 sq m on nine floors. The Skygarden Tower at the centre of the complex will feature a conference centre.
Lamaro Appalti, which provides residential construction services, will also join the project.
The project, which will meet the requirements of LEED certification, is scheduled to be completed in two and half years.