Chief Executive Officer
“I was 14 years old, I was working 14 hours a day, and I said to myself: when I’m 50, I will only work 5 hours a day. Now I’m over 50, but I still work 14 hours a day, perhaps that’s why I sometimes still feel like a 14 year old.” Continue
“I will always remember my first meeting with Paolo Locatelli. He asked me to explain the balance sheet to him, item by item.
From that point on, we’ve always understood each other.” Continue
“In the past, façade specialists and window and door makers had two different approaches, two philosophies, two mentalities.” Continue
“I’m an architect and engineer, but first of all, I’m a construction site worker who went to masonry school where they teach you how to make mortar, and where you learn that there are 50 types of mortar in 50 different shades of gray.” Continue
Engineering, project manager
“Undecided between architecture and engineering, I first graduated in building engineering and then in architecture.
Pure designs don’t interest me. I love to create, to manage projects. I want to see a building being born.” Continue
Architect, technical office
“I am attracted to challenges, to change, to future prospects and the evolving market and technologies, interfacing with all types of building systems. I learn something new every day, and I put it at the service of the customer.” Continue
“When I met Paolo we were working at the same company. We did all kinds of jobs.
Then one day he said to me, “I’m leaving. I’m going to set up my own business”. And I said, “I’m coming with you”.” Continue
Warehouse, logistics manager
“One day I replied to one of Paolo’s requests by sending an email with the word “impossible” written three times in capitals. As long as I’m here, he told me, the word IMPOSSIBLE doesn’t exist.” Continue
“I receive the drawings from the technical office, and I start building. The whole company is one team, working a million miles an hour, always ready to deal with emergencies, unexpected events, new situations and changes.” Continue
Builder, site manager
“I now oversee all problems arising from the construction sites. I talk to the experts, the technical office and the fire safety department. Even though I’m now a site manager, I still consider myself a builder first and foremost.” Continue