Salini Impregilo was named among the "Top 20" in Italy’s "Best Employer of Choice" ranking (a survey of more than 2,500 recent graduates), winning the "Best New Entry 2016" title.

 

We entered the CDP’s Italian Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) 2015, composed by the top 10 performers, having obtained a 100/100 rating in the CDP’s climate change programme, which is supported by 827 investors with $100 trillion in assets under management.

 

Our website was awarded Best Improver 2015 in the annual Webranking award of listed companies’ online communications, climbing 25 positions.


The website also won the NC Digital Awards for “Best storytelling” and received the bronze medal, being classified among the top three institutional websites.

 

Salini Impregilo’s intranet “@work” has achieved multiple accolades:

  • Nielsen Intranet Design Award; “@work” was recognised in early 2016 as one of the world’s ten best intranets due to its usability, multilingual format and user involvement
  • European Excellence Awards 2015, selected from more than 1,600 companies to win a place among the top five intranet sites in Europe
  • Ragan's Employee Communications Award 2014; honorary mention in the Best Design section of the “Intranet” category
  • Intra.NET Award 2015; won third place in User Experience Design & Content Management category.
 

Salini Impregilo was acknowledged at the Online Talent Communication 2016 awards, held by Swedish research firm, Potential Park. We joined the best Italian companies in the "Social Media" and "Mobile" categories, ranking 20th and 25th respectively.

 

We were named Contractor of the year by the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA) from a shortlist of Chinese, American and European competitors.

 

Salini Impregilo’s Sydney Metro Northwest project in 2015 earned the “Leading” Infrastructure Sustainability Design rating from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA.

 

Salini Impregilo’s Lake Mead project won the Global Tunnelling Project of the Year (over $500 million) at the NCE Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards 2015.