The development of circular economy projects aimed at making use
of steel production residues for several projects in the infrastructures.
The Group delivers a range of sustainable solutions for the construction of roads and viaducts that are also characterised by their innovation and ease of installation. More significantly, Pittini is one of the first steel producers to successfully redesign its production cycle from the perspective of the circular economy, incorporating potential industrial residues for new applications, such as aggregates for road surfaces.
Pittini steel was used to build a suspension bridge in the heart of the Black Forest.
The Pittini Group is contributing to the high-speed railway project that will connect Europe to southern Italy.
Designing, building and maintaining the efficiency of mountain roads has always been a difficult task given the various geological problems due to the morphology of the area in which a road develops. This is the case of the road that we want to tell you about today.
Jumbo® coils have been chosen for this futuristic Danish structure for cars, trains and bicycles.
A by-product deriving from steel processing waste becomes the protagonist of large infrastructure works.
Over fifteen thousand cubic metres of Granella® to resurface the Mestre by-pass on the A4 motorway with a draining and sound-absorbing layer.
Pittarc SAW welding wire was chosen for the construction of Europe's longest off-shore gas pipeline.
The port of Rotterdam chooses the Pittini Group’s wire rod to expand the Dutch port.
Jumbo® hot rolled coils were used in the construction of the Bisaccia wind farm in the province of Avellino. Steel, the production of which is a good example of a circular economy, plays an important role in the construction of energy plants including those which use renewable energy sources.
Today we are talking about Rome’s main train station: Roma Termini, the greatest Italian station and the 5th European station in terms of passenger traffic. A unique project is going on there.
Ready, get luggage set, go! Pittini Group’s mesh was chosen for the refurbishment of Marco Polo Airport in Venice, as part of the Master Plan 2012-2021.
Pittarc’s welding wire was chosen to build the Third Bridge on the river Orinoco: a great, high- level infrastructure in Venezuela.
Pittini Group’s rebars were chosen to build one of the greatest ports in central Europe.
The Brenner Base Tunnel, a railway tunnel which is one of the most important traffic connections between northern and southern Europe, features Pittini Group's mesh into its structure.
The adaptation of flight infrastructure and flight runway extension of Bari Airport was made with the contribution of Pittini Group’s Granella® a sustainable and reliable choice for this important infrastructure.