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Verona | 22-25 Febbraio 2017

Eventi e Convegni a SaMoTer 2017

SaMoTer offre agli operatori della filiera delle costruzioni un ricco programma di appuntamenti formativi e di aggiornamento.
Grazie alla collaborazione con enti, centri di ricerca, università, editoria specializzata, associazioni di settore e aziende, SaMoTer rappresenta l’occasione ideale dove trovare anticipazioni e indicazioni di respiro internazionale per orientarsi al meglio nel settore delle macchine per costruzioni.

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Wednesday
22
09:00 - 09:30

Stand Kobelco - Hall 4

Press Conference • On invitation - Registration is required | MOVIMENTO TERRA

Kobelco Construction Machinery Press Conference

In collaboration with:
Kobelco Construction Machinery NV
  • Programma

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Wednesday
22
11:00 - 13:00

Hall 7 - Forum Area

Opening Ceremony

Opening Ceremony

SaMoTer - Asphaltica - Transpotec

Wednesday
22
11:00 - 13:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Convention | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

The new Tender Code

News and prospects for the road sector

Wednesday
22
12:30 - 13:30

Stand Case CE - Hall 6

Press Conference | MOVIMENTO TERRA

Case Construction Equipment Press Conference

In collaboration with:
Case Construction Equipment
Wednesday
22
13:00 - 14:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

LCA and bituminous conglomerates containing milled materials

In collaboration with:
Superbeton Spa
Wednesday
22
13:30 - 17:30

Bellini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Seminar | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Infrastructures and territory

Landscape, roads, motorways and bridges

This seminar earns 3 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Engineers and 4 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Architects

  • Programma
No. 3 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Engineers
No. 4 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Architects
(valid in relation to the State-Regions agreement on compulsory training dated 22/2/2012)
 

Quality design of large infrastructures (road and railway networks, as well as ports and airports) offers extremely significant development opportunities for domestic and foreign trade. Large infrastructure projects also always contribute to improvements in the quality of life of the population, even if they often have a major impact on the urban or natural landscape.
It is precisely for this reason that projects now require in-depth knowledge of machinery and the most advanced techniques and technologies in order to promote sustainable intervention.

 

Lecture lasting 3 hours followed by 1 hour of discussion

 

SPEAKERS
Prof. Arch. Claudia Battaino, University of Trento
Prof. Arch. Giuseppe Scaglione, University of Trento

 
Wednesday
22
14:00 - 15:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Performance based asphalt testing: past, present and future

In collaboration with:
Controls Spa
Wednesday
22
14:00 - 15:00

Mozart meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Press Conference | MOVIMENTO TERRA

Komatsu Press Conference

In collaboration with:
Komatsu Europe
Wednesday
22
14:30 - 16:30

Hall 7 - Forum Area

Round table | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Solutions for environmental emergency, hydrogeological instability and land protection

Action in landscape contexts at risk and the contribution of construction machinery and technologies

  • Programma

The event will analyse the state of environmental emergencies in Italy. In particular, analysis with focus on the contribution that machinery and technologies can make to operators working in high-risk environments; the potential and prospects for the use of so-called “autonomous machinery” to safeguard the environmental heritage will also be outlined.

 

Welcome Address and Opening

 

14.30 - Action taken by the Veneto Region to prevent hydrogeological instability
Gianpaolo Bottacin, Councillor for the Environment and Civil Protection - Veneto Region

 

15.00 - The current status of hydrogeological instability in Italy
Fausto Guzzetti, Director IRPI - Institute for Hydro-Geological Risk Prevention, C.N.R. - Italian Research Council

 

Action in the wake of natural calamities: the machinery and equipment used

15.30 - Stefano Di Fulio, Colonel - Civil Engineering of Italian Army

15.45 - Gian Pietro Napol, President FOIV - Federation of Veneto Orders of Engineers

16.00 - Fabio Dattilo, Inter-Regional Director of Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige Fire Brigade

 

16.15 - Autonomous machines: the latest technological frontiers in defence of the environmental heritage
Massimiliano Ruggeri, IMAMOTER - Institute for Agricultural and Earth Moving Machinery, C.N.R. - Italian Research Council

 

Conclusions
Roberto Oreficini Rosi, Director - Office of Hydro-Geological and Anthropic Risks, Civil Protection Dept.

 

Moderator: Lucio Bussi, journalist

 
Wednesday
22
14:30 - 17:30

Puccini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Convention | SOLLEVAMENTO

Evolution of the EN:280 construction standard

  • Programma

Remarks concerning the new UNI EN 280:2015 standard for Overhead Work Platforms and future amendments.

 

SPEAKERS
Rupert Douglas-Jones, IPAF Ltd. - International Powered Access Federation
Piero Palmieri, GSR Spa • Anfia - Italian Automotive Industry Association

 

Moderator: Pier Angelo Cantù, Communications Manager, IPAF Italia

 
Wednesday
22
15:00 - 16:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Latest trends in asphalt mixture testing

In collaboration with:
Matest Spa
Wednesday
22
16:00 - 17:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Closed cycle bitumen extraction

In collaboration with:
Infratest Pruftechnnik GmbH
Wednesday
22
17:00 - 18:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

3rd SITEB Inter-Laboratory Circuit

Thursday
23
10:00 - 11:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Recycling: present and future

In collaboration with:
Ammann Group
Thursday
23
10:00 - 11:00

Stand Iran - Guest Country - Hall 7

Concorsi e Premi

Award Ceremony

SaMoTer International Award

Iran - Guest Country

  • Programma

Since 1973 – the year of the first International Award – SaMoTer has rewarded significant projects and works in terms of technological innovation and scientific research in the construction sector on a national and international scale.

The 30th edition of the Show will see this highly-valued and coveted award assigned to Iran, the Guest Country of the event and an economic centre in the Middle East.

The International Award is an occasion to celebrate all Iranian institutions taking part in the 30th SaMoTer as well as the chance to reward to a country making an active contribution to the development of the construction sector on an international scale.

 
Thursday
23
10:00 - 12:00

Hall 7 - Concrete Safety Area

Convention | CALCESTRUZZO

Industrial paving: rules change to become structures

  • Programma

The Italian Research Council (CNR) has published the final version of the Instructions for design, execution and control of concrete paving, following joint work that also saw the involvement of Atecap.
The presentation of the document is a topic of interest to all professionals, from designers to installers.

 

10.00 - The CNR-DT211 Document
Andrea Dari, Conpaviper

 

10.30 - Paving design in accordance with CNR-DT211
Sergio Tattoni, Dept. of Architecture, Construction Engineering and the Constructed Environment - Milan Polytechnic University

 

11.00 - Paving design in FRC
Giovanni Plizzari, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Architecture, Territory, Environment and Mathematics - University of Brescia

 

11.30 - Prescribing and controlling concrete
Marco Francini, Atecap - Italian Technical Economic Association for Ready - Mixed Concrete

 
Thursday
23
10:00 - 13:00

Puccini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Convention | NOLEGGIO

Hire of construction machinery and equiment

Data, trends, development drivers

  • Programma

The Conference seeks to pursue the combined analysis by Rental Blog and Assodimi by opening it to a broader, more varied audience. The intention is to consolidate the interest of the hire/rental chain and its outlets in the construction industry (machinery builders, rental companies, service companies, users) through a focus on the company and system driving forces needed to tackle the present and the future by starting off from the past.

 

- Facts and figures about hire/rental in Italy

- Business structures in the forefront (organisational types)

- How to tackle the diversified demand from market players (marketplace…)

- How to become more competitive on the increasingly global European market

- How the rules of the domestic market may change

 

The convention envisages several brief "technical" reports coordinated by Rental Blog and Assodimi, in collaboration with Ance Verona, and a series of short presentations by a number of long-standing and authoritative figures investigating the identity and substance of the Italian rental system while also encouraging dynamic, constructive and interactive debate.

 
Thursday
23
10:00 - 14:00

Bellini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Seminar | SOLLEVAMENTO

Correct overhead platform loading, unloading and transport operations

Theoretical part of the IPAF “Loading and Unloading” Course • Practical section in the “IPAF Safety Square”

  • Programma

Theoretical part of the IPAF “Loading and Unloading” Course

The practical part is held in the “IPAF Safety Square”
Outdoor Demo Area C (15.00)

 
Thursday
23
11:00 - 12:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Milled material: excellent material for low-impact paving

In collaboration with:
Iterchimica Srl
Thursday
23
11:00 - 12:30

Hall 7 - Forum Area

Concorsi e Premi

Convention • Award Ceremony | COMPONENTI, RICAMBI e MOTORI

Stage V Engines • Diesel of the Year Award Ceremony

After-treatment and drivelines. Emission levels on building sites

  • Programma

Tier 4 Final is rather strict and Stage V will soon be ratified.
Speakers will help us understand the efforts of engine manufacturers to reduce noise as well as exhaust pollutants, not the least with a view to the future (Stage V will come into force on 1 January 2019). Cooperation throughout the entire driveline system is vital, starting from transmissions. After-treatment also plays a strategic role.

Thursday
23
11:00 - 13:00

Hall 7 - Lounge Unacea

Talk Show | CALCESTRUZZO

Construction Equipment Day: mixing is better!

Concrete: environment, safety and legality

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Unacea – the construction machinery trade association – in collaboration with SaMoTer and with the patronage of Ance Catania, presents the “Mix is best” talk show discussing quality concrete.
Unacea has promoted quality and safety in the world of concrete for many years and seeks to ensure recognition of the need to produce concrete on an industrial scale using mixers in production plant.

The talk show will be a chance to gather opinions and comments from representatives of public and private sectors involved in various ways in the world of concrete production.

 

Reports by:
- Angelo Di Fede, ICEA Industria Calcestruzzi Affini & Premiscelati
- Girolamo Franchetti, Lieutenant Colonel, Guardia di Finanza
- Giovanni Kisslinger, OICE Board Member
- Giuseppe Piana, President of Ance Catania
- Massimo Sessa, President, Consiglio Superiore LL. PP

 

Moderator: Luca Nutarelli, Secretary General of Unacea

 
Thursday
23
12:00 - 13:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Plant super mobility

In collaboration with:
Simem Spa
Thursday
23
12:30 - 18:00

Rossini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Convention | PERFORAZIONE e FONDAZIONI

Large alpine railway infrastructures under construction

Project and construction choices for the creation of long, deep tunnels

1st SESSION - The Brenner base tunnel and the tunnels of the access sections

In collaboration with:
SIG - Italian Tunnelling Society
  • Programma

Today, as a result of the progress made in the design and construction of underground works, the creation of tunnels is the best solution for infrastructure that crosses mountain chains.

In the last 10 years, for example, the need for efficient transport infrastructure for both goods and passengers has led to large-scale investment and great efforts to develop new railway infrastructure through the Alps in Europe with the creation of the tunnels of Lotschberg, Gotthard and Ceneri in Switzerland and the Koralm Tunnel in Austria.

We have been committed to the design and creation of the long alpine railway tunnels along the lines of the TEN-T European transport network, which will enable Italy to be integrated into the European transport platform, for several years.

The Brenner Base Tunnel, along the Scandinavian-Mediterranean corridor, the Moncenisio Base Tunnel, along the Mediterranean corridor and the High Speed Milan-Genoa railway tunnels, along the Genoa-Rotterdam corridor of the two seas, are 3 striking examples of railway infrastructure created crossing the Alps with long, deep tunnels.

What are the design choices for safe excavations? And what are those to contain the fulfilment times? How are they managed and what are the valorisation processes of the enormous amounts of spoil? How can the advantages of the conventional technique be best united with those of mechanised excavation? Is it better to use an open-type TBM or a shielded one? And what are the choices for the creation of infrastructure aware of the environmental aspects, safe in operation and long-lasting? What are the choices and methods for sharing projects and the stages of construction with local populations and to make these large-scale works more ‘friendly’ for people?

QThese are just some of the questions that will be developed in the conference through the speakers concerned with the management of the works, their design and their construction, a unique opportunity for all underground staff to take stock of the status of the work of these large tunnels and be updated on the many experiences matured in recent years on the design and construction of long, deep tunnels.

 

* Italian - English / English - Italian simultaneous translation is provided
 

12.30 - Registration of participants

 

14.00 - Opening
Andrea Pigorini, Chairman of SIG - Italian Tunnelling Society

 

14.10 - Greetings from Authorities and Organizers

 

14.20 - The Scandinavian-Mediterranean corridor: the point of view of the European authorities
Pat Cox, EU Scandinavian-Mediterranean corridor Coordinator

 

14.40 - The Italian railways: the commitment to the creation of sustainable infrastructure for the connection of the country to the European network
Gianpiero Strisciuglio, RFI

 

Ist SESSION
The Brenner base tunnel and the tunnels of the access sections

Italian - English / English - Italian simultaneous translation is provided
 

15.00 - The customer BBT-SE’s choices and the status of the work
Raffaele Zurlo, BBT-SE

 

15.20 - The excavation of the tunnels on the Italian side to the border, Mules 2-3 - The most important underground works project in Italy in recent years: general description of the project and work
Stefano Fuoco, BBT-SE

 

15.40 - The excavation of the tunnels on the Italian side to the border, Mules 2-3 - The project choices of the double lining ring for tunnels with TBM
Enrico Maria Pizzarotti, Proiter

 

16.00 - Coffee break

 

16.20 - The River Isarco underpass: the hydrogeological challenge in fluvio-glacial soils in the Isarco valley
Angelo Lombardi, BBT-SE

 

16.40 - The Isarco underpass in a natural tunnel: use of the mixed injection-soil freezing technique
Alberto Palomba, Salini-Impregilo

 

17.00 - The BBT system design: a good summary of the Italian-Austrian project approaches
Antonio Voza, BBT-SE

 

17.20 - Accesses to the base tunnel: the project for the South access in the Ponte Gardena-Fortezza stretch
Andrea Sciotti, Italferr

 

17.20 - Accesses to the base tunnel: North access
Josef Herdina, TIWAG Innsbruck
Reinhold Palla, hbpm Ingenieure-Ingenieri

 

The IInd SESSION is scheduled 24 February (09:30-14:00).

 
Thursday
23
13:00 - 14:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Processing of widespread emissions

In collaboration with:
OCM Clima
Thursday
23
13:30 - 17:30

Mozart meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Seminar | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Action to safeguard the environmental heritage

Routine maintenance of the rural and river landscape

This seminar earns 3 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Engineers and 4 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Architects

  • Programma
No. 3 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Engineers
No. 4 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Architects
(valid in relation to the State-Regions agreement on compulsory training dated 22/2/2012)
 

The issues associated with environmental emergencies and hydrogeological instability are now more than ever before a topic of great relevance.
Monitoring systems and maintenance work in local areas implemented by authorities responsible for water management and the protection of the national environmental and agricultural heritage – such as land reclamation consortia and mountain communities – play an important role in the prevention of natural disasters such as flooding and landslides: a model to preserve, modernise and enhance.

 

Lecture lasting 3 hours followed by 1 hour of discussion

 

SPEAKERS
Prof. Arch. Margherita Vanore, IUAV University, Venice
Prof. Arch. Maria Chiara Tosi, IUAV University, Venice

 

Abstract - Prof. Arch. MARGHERITA VANORE
Landscape design to safeguard the territory

Hydrogeological instability and various natural calamities increasingly stimulate a frantic search for so-called “good practices” as regards maintenance or safety work in local areas at risk.
The complexity of these phenomena requires up-line analysis so that research can extend its field of analysis beyond the specificity of mere “technical solutions”. We must broaden the outlook in order to understand, within the scope of landscape design, the critical aspects as well as the value and potential of systems used to model the ground.
The landscape, viewed as a living expression of cultures and practices operating within a systemic vision capable of shaping living and production environments in terms of beauty and sustainability, is an essential landmark in tackling contemporary and near future issues.
From this point of view, it is essential to understand and stimulate the role played by the cultural and environmental heritage defined by water.
The history of ground modelling has handed down a heritage of water management techniques intended to support specific production processes as well as ensure land safeguards.
The landscapes created by water – especially those on the banks of rivers, agricultural reclamation areas, lagoons and delta areas – can be reinterpreted in all their complexity in order to acknowledge their value as system assets, thereby helping to identify possible new projects that include the protection and promotion of the landscape as such.
In these cases, projects can only be based on a specific process of reading, re-design and re-interpretation of the physical and phenomenological features of places and especially the “ground architecture” defined by water management activities and the various current and historical ways they were exploited or produced.
The features of water landscapes are in any case determined and governed by an infrastructure network that ensures the hydrogeological life and balance of land standing above the water line.
Riverbanks are home to numerous production sites that exploit the features of the river landscape, where everything make use of or regulates the waterway, taking on a role of infrastructure and essential structures for every process. In addition, the reclamation system and production spheres in lagoon or delta areas are clearly built by a network of works on the ground still today configured to regulate the space occupied by water. Reclamation basins, rice fields, salt pans and fish farms are important spheres of food production marked off by embankments, pump houses and water control systems.
These territorial contexts are home to valuable architectures and locations shaped by the various processes involved, which the project can re-interpret into new forms through a strategic vision that, within the overall system, retain values reflecting the quality and character of the landscape.

 

Abstract - Prof. Arch. MARIA CHIARA TOSI
Marzenego: a metropolitan river
Recycling scenarios in response to urban sprawl

This report investigates possible new life cycles for the Venice metropolitan area. It will describe the recycling strategies developed in response to the settlement, environmental and hydraulic conditions of a rather fragile area within the scope of a River Contract, i.e. shared decision-making approach. The River Marzenego is the testing ground for these considerations.
As it crosses the Venice mainland, the River Marzenego encounters different settlement and environmental situations: from the centre of a medium-sized city such as Mestre through to its suburbs, that at the same time also configures the linear progress of urban sprawl, as well as small-medium towns and the grid-like Roman settlement pattern. At the same time, the River Marzenego also crosses fragments of countryside squeezed between the urban settlements for which it acts as a backbone, through the broader areas of urbanized countryside, where the main natural reserves play an important role.
This variety of situations and environments and the role the River Marzenego has managed to retain as one of the few elements of continuity in settlement, environmental and relational spheres in this context means it has taken on a truly metropolitan character.
The recycling strategies implemented in this local area have responded to the need to achieve greater integration between agricultural areas, the functionality of hydraulic systems and the way collective open spaces are used, in both built-up and unconstructed spheres.
The hypothesis underlying these trials is that renewed integration between all these various aspects will help direct the metropolitan territory towards recapitalisation that in turn will offset characteristic imbalances: individual and collective mobility costs, low energy efficiency of social and economic processes, insufficient availability of public spaces for social events and recreation, poor quality of the urban scene and substandard hygiene conditions. In addition to these aspects, in environmental terms the hydraulic balance is also evidently imbalanced, there is no ecological continuity and farmland is exposed to progressive erosion.
The River Contract is a context where these considerations and hypotheses have been tested through continuous dialogue with associations, local administrations, cultural institutions and technical organisations. This work context has ensured that the representations, interpretations and design proposals developed, even when they attempted to provide answers to specific topics, have been placed within frameworks of more general common sense.

 
Thursday
23
14:00 - 15:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Innovative maintenance technologies

In collaboration with:
Rodeco Group
Thursday
23
14:00 - 16:00

Hall 7 - Forum Area

Concorsi e Premi

Award Ceremony | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

FOIV Contest - Prevention and environmental recovery

  • Programma

The Refrontolo floods, the Pieve di Cadore landslide and the Riviera del Brenta tornado are just three natural disasters cthat have crippled the Veneto Region in recent years, where damage could have been contained thanks to accurate technical prevention as regards land safety.
The expert work of land safety and conservation engineers can be crucial in limiting the damage caused by natural disasters and, above all, prevent them.

 

In this regard, FOIV-Veneto Federation of Orders of Engineers has organised a competition with prizes in money targeting innovating land safety projects developed by engineers.

The call for submissions has two main areas of action:
• rojects for land safety, prevention and protection;
environmental restoration and regeneration projects.

 

Awards will be made to three projects – already completed or still to be implemented – for each topic in question (land safety and recovery after natural disasters) and the winners will have the opportunity to present their work to an audience of sector operators.

The awards in each of the two spheres involved in the competition are as follows:
€1500 - first prize;
€1000 - second prize
€ 500 - third prize.

 
Thursday
23
14:00 - 17:30

Hall 7 - Buyer's Lounge

BtoB Workshop reserved to Exhibitors • Registration is required

Africa Focus

Morocco, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Cameroon

In collaboration with:
BNL - BNP Paribas Group
  • Programma

SaMoTer offers its exhibitors the opportunity to analyse prospects for the construction sector in Morocco, Senegal, Ivory Coast and Cameroon.
Focus Africa is organised with the support of the BNL-BNP Paribas Group and in collaboration with ICE-Italian Trade Agency and Internationalia.
At the end of the seminar, there will be reports dedicated to the state-of-the-art in the building sector in these four countries, a B2B meeting session between companies taking part and selected African operators from Morocco, Senegal and the Ivory Coast.

According to the latest World Bank estimates contained in the “Global Economic Prospects” report, in 2017 sub-Saharan Africa will grow at a rate of +2.9%, improving in 2018 to +3.6%, while the MENA area will grow during 2017 by +3.1% and then +3.3% next year. In particular, the GDP uin 2017 for the Ivory Coast will post +8% and Cameroon +5.7%.

 

The workshop will be conducted in Italian
 

14.00 - Macro-economic report: West Africa (Morocco, Senegal, Ivory Coast)
14.10 - Economic framework in the building and construction sector
Maurizio Accinni, Corporate International Development of BNL-BNP Paribas Group

 

14.20 - Presentation of Morocco and Senegal: the construction sector
Giovanni Bifulco, Director - ICE Casablanca

 

14.40 - Presentation of the Ivory Coast: the construction sector
Massimo Zaurrini, Managing Director of “Africa & Affari”

 

15.00 - Presentation of Cameroon: major road and construction works
Jean François Bassong, Veronafiere Representative in Cameroon

 

15.15 - BtoB meetings between exhibitors and selected African operators (Morocco, Senegal and Ivory Coast)

 

Moderator: Gianfranco Belgrano, Publishing Director of “Africa & Affari”

 
Thursday
23
14:00 - 18:00

Puccini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Safeguarding and regenerating local territories

Opportunities and challenges

In collaboration with:
Federcostruzioni
  • Programma

The Conference aims to identify certain strategic outlines for action in response to key topics in hydrogeological instability, seismic risk and urban renewal of local territories.
Actual case histories of particularly significant territorial renewal will also be presented to assess operational implementation aspects in local areas.

 

14.00 - Registration

 

14:15 - Welcome speeches
Federica Brancaccio, President of Federcostruzioni
Maurizio Danese, President of Veronafiere

 

Opening report
Giovanni Salmistrari, President of Ance Veneto

 

Projects / Case Studies

 

15.00 - Cunimi Project
Alberto Montanini, President of ANIMA/Assotermica

 

15.30 - The Verona Arsenal
Luciano Ortolani, Deputy Director of Verona municipality
Niky Michaelides, Project Manager Italiana Costruzioni Spa

 

16.00 - Round table: Action outlines for safeguards and regeneration
Discussion with:
Giovanni Cardinale, Vice President of CNI - Italian Council of Engineers
Ermanno Dell'Agnolo, OICE
Marco Dettori, President of ANCE Milan Assimpredil
Damiano Di Simine, Legambiente
Flavio Tosi, Mayor of Verona

 

Debate

 

Moderator: Gianluca Semprini, journalist

 
Thursday
23
14:30 - 16:30

Bellini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Seminar | FRANTUMAZIONE e DEMOLIZIONE

The surgical demolition professional: profile and skills

  • Programma

14.00 - The role of A.I.DE.CO. in the growing deconstruction market
Roberto Anghinoni, Secretary A.I.DE.CO. - Italian Association of Controlled Demolition

 

14.30 - A.I.DE.CO.: Content, values and activities
Pier Angelo Cantù, A.I.DE.CO. Communication and Marketing - Italian Association of Controlled Demolition

 

15.00 - How do controlled demolition experts operate: machinery, equipment and regulatory skills
Valeriano Parizzi, Tyrolit Group
Paolo Roggio, Husqvarna Construction Products

 

15.45 - Application case histories

 

16.15 - Debate

 

For info and registrations:
Tel. +39 039 6890327 • @ segreteria@aideco.it

 
Thursday
23
15:00 - 16:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Convention | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Milled asphalt and CE marking

In collaboration with:
ABICert
Thursday
23
15:00 - 17:00

Hall 7 - Concrete Safety Area

Presentation | CALCESTRUZZO

Atecap - Inail manuals, handbooks and guidelines

  • Programma

Official presentation of publications developed in collaboration with Atecap-Inail.
The Conference will also be an opportunity for discussing certain key issues as regards safety at work in the concrete sector, in terms of new regulations as well as research and innovation.

 

15.00 - Guidelines for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems - Ready-Mix Concrete
Annalisa Guercio, Technical Risk Assessment and Prevention Consulting - INAIL

 

15.40 - Management of maintenance and tenders in concrete batching plant
Luca Rossi, Dept. of Technological Innovation and Safety of Plant, Products and Human Settlements - INAIL

 

16.20 - The problem of confined spaces in concrete batching plant and OSH management in mobile batching plants
Rita Capoluongo, Atecap - Italian Technical Economic Association for Ready - Mixed Concrete

 
Thursday
23
16:00 - 17:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Paver Scanner System: new paving quality measurement technologies

In collaboration with:
Sineco Spa
Thursday
23
17:00 - 18:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

SandMatrix - Innovative recycled aggregate for asphalt concrete

In collaboration with:
Officina dell'Ambiente Spa
Friday
24
09:30 - 13:00

Puccini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Convention | FRANTUMAZIONE e DEMOLIZIONE

Selective demolition: state of the art and perspectives

  • Programma

09.30 - Registration of participants

 

10.00 - Introduction and greetings

 

10.10 - Problems and perspectives in the recovery of C&D waste
Arch. Emanuele Fabbri, ANPAR - Italian Recycled Aggregate Manufacturers Association

 

10.30 - The role of selective demolition in the European C&D Waste Management Protocol
Ing. Giorgio Bressi, ANPAR - Italian Recycled Aggregate Manufacturers Association

 

10.50 - Research and development in specialist demolition companies
Ivan Poroli, NAD - Italian Demolition Association

 

11.10 - C&D waste selection in volumetric demolition: advantages and disadvantages
Paolo Tininini, Corbat Srl

 

11.30 - Technical choices for selection and recovery of waste in the demolition of the Fiumicino Airport Terminal
Fabrizio D’Aluisio, Despe Spa

 

12.00 - Controlled demolition in support of selective demolition: examples and applications
Pier Angelo Cantù, Marketing & Communication of A.I.DE.CO. - Italian Association of Controlled Demolition
Valeriano Parizzi, Tyrolit Group

 

12.30 - The selective demolition incentive and budgeting system
Ivan Poroli, NAD - Italian Demolition Association

 

12.50 - Closing debate

 
Friday
24
09:30 - 13:30

Mozart meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Training Course | MOVIMENTO TERRA

Theory course for the qualification of earth moving machinery operators

Excavators, loaders, backhoes and track-mounted dump trucks

It is possible to complete the practical part of the course c/o ‘Ente Scuola Edile Veronese’

  • Programma

As defined in Article 73 of Italian Legislative Decree 81/08 c.5 and the State-Regions agreement dated 22 February 2012, using construction equipment (particularly excavators, loaders, backhoes and track-laying dump trucks) requires specific operator qualifications ensuring correct training on appropriate procedures for safe usage of machinery at work in order to prevent accidents and injuries during daily operations.

 

This free course aims to provide all operators using construction equipment the compulsory theoretical training (4 hours) in terms of content and applicable regulations.

 

LEGAL MODULE (1 hour)

TECHNICAL MODULE (3 hours)

 

After passing a final test involving the legal and technical modules provided at SaMoTer, participants will receive a certificate of participation.
It is possible to complete the practical part of the course c/o Ente Scuola Edile Veronese (ESEV-CPT – Centre for occupational training, safety and services of Verona member of Formedil).

 
Friday
24
09:30 - 14:30

Rossini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Convention | PERFORAZIONE e FONDAZIONI

Large alpine railway infrastructures under construction

Project and construction choices for the creation of long, deep tunnels

2nd SESSION - The Moncenisio base tunnel and the tunnels of the 3rd Giovi Pass (Milan-Genoa)

In collaboration with:
SIG - Italian Tunnelling Society
  • Programma

Today, as a result of the progress made in the design and construction of underground works, the creation of tunnels is the best solution for infrastructure that crosses mountain chains.

In the last 10 years, for example, the need for efficient transport infrastructure for both goods and passengers has led to large-scale investment and great efforts to develop new railway infrastructure through the Alps in Europe with the creation of the tunnels of Lotschberg, Gotthard and Ceneri in Switzerland and the Koralm Tunnel in Austria.

We have been committed to the design and creation of the long alpine railway tunnels along the lines of the TEN-T European transport network, which will enable Italy to be integrated into the European transport platform, for several years.

The Brenner Base Tunnel, along the Scandinavian-Mediterranean corridor, the Moncenisio Base Tunnel, along the Mediterranean corridor and the High Speed Milan-Genoa railway tunnels, along the Genoa-Rotterdam corridor of the two seas, are 3 striking examples of railway infrastructure created crossing the Alps with long, deep tunnels.

What are the design choices for safe excavations? And what are those to contain the fulfilment times? How are they managed and what are the valorisation processes of the enormous amounts of spoil? How can the advantages of the conventional technique be best united with those of mechanised excavation? Is it better to use an open-type TBM or a shielded one? And what are the choices for the creation of infrastructure aware of the environmental aspects, safe in operation and long-lasting? What are the choices and methods for sharing projects and the stages of construction with local populations and to make these large-scale works more ‘friendly’ for people?

These are just some of the questions that will be developed in the conference through the speakers concerned with the management of the works, their design and their construction, a unique opportunity for all underground staff to take stock of the status of the work of these large tunnels and be updated on the many experiences matured in recent years on the design and construction of long, deep tunnels.

 

IInd SESSION
The Moncenisio base tunnel and the tunnels of the 3rd Giovi Pass (Milan-Genoa)

Italian - English / English - Italian simultaneous translation is provided
 

09.50 - The Moncenisio base tunnel - The customer’s choices and the status of the work
Mario Virano, Telt

 

10.10 - The Maddalena geognostic tunnel (Lesson learned)
Maurizio. Bufalini, Telt

 

10.30 - Saint-Martin-La-Porte (Lesson learned)
Piergiuseppe Gilli, Telt

 

10.50 - The approach to safety in the operating phase
Lorenzo Brino, Telt

 

11.10 - Coffee break

 

11.30 - The AlpTransit project: important aspects of the design and implementation of a modern system of Alpine tunnels
Alberto Del Col, AlpTransit Gotthard (ATG)

 

11.50 - Ceneri Base Tunnel: design and construction aspects in advancements in rock and loose material
Davide Merlini, Pini Swiss Engineers

 

12.10 - The tunnel crossing of the Milan-Genoa and mechanized excavation for crossing clusters potentially in amiantus
Aldo Mancarella, Cociv

 

12.30 - Safety as an integrated approach to the design and operation of long tunnels
Mario Foresta, Italferr

 

12.50 - Conclusions

 

13.10 - Guided tour of the exhibiting companies

 

14.00 - Lunch

 
Friday
24
10:00 - 11:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Experimental characterization of transparent binders

In collaboration with:
Corecom Srl
Friday
24
10:00 - 12:00

Hall 7 - Concrete Safety Area

Convention | CALCESTRUZZO

From standards to construction sites

  • Programma

Concrete is an innovative and technological building material and the best results in terms of durability, safety and sustainability of reinforced concrete structures are achieved by correct specifications that evaluate a number of circumstances ranging from environmental conditions to the type of application, cast methods, setting and components.

 

10.00 - The regulatory context
Francesco Biasioli, Ermco - European Ready-Mixed Concrete Organization

 

10.40 - Prescribing and controlling the process
Cristiano Molteni, Atecap - Italian Technical Economic Association for Ready - Mixed Concrete

 

11.20 - The supply control system
Francesco Biasioli, Ermco - European Ready-Mixed Concrete Organization

 
Friday
24
10:00 - 12:30

Hall 7 - Forum Area

Convention | NOLEGGIO

Guidelines on hire 2.0

  • Programma

Companies operating in the hire/rental market routinely have to solve many problems of a legal nature. Regulations are constantly changing and oblige contractors to employ significant resources to obtain information and implement training to stay up-to-date.
The seminar aims to provide operational and practical guidelines for the rental market as well as the tools needed by companies in the sector to work in a fully-informed manner to ensure protection against damage and/or fines.

 

- Introduction to the hire/rental concept

- The hire/rental agreement: leasing of mobile assets

- General hire/rental conditions: a key tool

- Pathologies in the hire/rental sector: infringements and misappropriation of hired assets

- Periodic checks of work equipment and training for safe use

 

Coordinated by:
Avv. Lorenzo Perino, Consultant of RentalBlog - Legal Affairs and member of the Assodimi Board

Friday
24
10:00 - 13:00

Respighi meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Seminar | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Seismic risk: what is the impact of soil liquefaction?

Prevention and solutions for environmental emergencies

In collaboration with:
ArchLivIng
  • Programma

A virtuous case history as a model for reconstruction after an earthquake but also and above all to help prevent the risk of soil liquefaction. This is the focus of the meeting organised by ArchLivIng with the objective of analysing projects developed in Emilia Romagna Italy after the 2012 earthquake.

Starting off from observation of the damage caused by liquefaction of soils in residential and industrial contexts, discussion will also include methods, analysis and reports developed by the multidisciplinary team involved in mapping and studying the areas around Ferrara at risk of liquefaction. In particular, several innovative projects and actions still in progress will be presented.

What is soil liquefaction? The reduced resistance of foundation land that may occur during earthquakes in areas with sandy soils immersed in the water table, as in the Po Plains, flood plains in general and coastal areas.

 

9.45 - Registration of participants

 

10.00 - Seismic prevention and the risk of soil liquefaction. The methodological approach implemented in Emilia Romagna after 2012 earthquake
Dr. Luca Martelli, Emilia-Romagna Region, Geological, Seismic and Soil Service

 

10.45 - Coffee Break

 

11.00 - From industry to monumental buildings: technical and economic criteria for the design of actoin needed underneath existing buildings
Eng. Gianluca Loffredo, ArchLivIng, engineering company

 

11.45 - Applications and implementation techniques: vibro-compaction, compaction grouting and guided drilling to intervene precisely where necessary
Eng. Emanuele Nanni, Keller Fondazioni

 

12.30 - Questions and closing debate

 

Moderator: Eng. Filippo Toso, ArchLivIng, engineering company

 
Friday
24
11:00 - 12:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Evolution and innovation in bitumen conglomerate plant

In collaboration with:
Marini Spa
Friday
24
12:00 - 13:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Memorial | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Fabio Capanelli MEMORIAL

In collaboration with:
Valli Zabban Spa
Friday
24
13:00 - 14:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Convention | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Eni Bitumen: technologies at the service of roads

In collaboration with:
Eni Spa
Friday
24
13:30 - 17:30

Bellini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Seminar | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Recovering historic centres around the world

The Italian historic city centre as a model for urban regeneration

This seminar earns 3 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Engineers and 4 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Architects

  • Programma
No. 3 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Engineers
No. 4 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Architects
(valid in relation to the State-Regions agreement on compulsory training dated 22/2/2012)
 

Quality design of large infrastructures (road and railway networks, as well as ports and airports) offers extremely significant development opportunities for domestic and foreign trade. Large infrastructure projects also always contribute to improvements in the quality of life of the population, even if they often have a major impact on the urban or natural landscape.
It is precisely for this reason that projects now require in-depth knowledge of machinery and the most advanced techniques and technologies in order to promote sustainable intervention.

 

Lecture lasting 3 hours followed by 1 hour of discussion

 

SPEAKER
Prof. Arch. Benno Albrecht, IUAV University, Venice
Prof. Arch. Giorgio Cacciaguerra, University of Trento

 
Friday
24
14:00 - 15:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

New frontiers in plant recycling

In collaboration with:
Wirtgen Group
Friday
24
14:00 - 17:30

Mozart meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Convention | MOVIMENTO TERRA

SAMOVER - Important innovations in liquid and powder painting for earth moving machinery

  • Programma

14.00 - Registration of participants

 

14.20 - Industrial painting moves from Industry 2.0 to Industry 4.0
Danilo O. Malavolti, President of ANVER - Industrial Painters Association

 

14.40 - Innovations in metal pre-treatment for painting

 

- the Toran3 single-stage nanotechnology process
Carlo Guidetti, Chemtech Group
Carlo Giovenzana, Chemtech Group

 

- the “no rinse” nanotechnological pre-treatment
Pierluigi Cerioli, Henkel Italia Srl
Gianenrico Bianchi, Henkel Italia Srl

 

15.00 - Soluble paints for fast drying and high coating thickness
Marco Trentini, Ti.Pi.Ci. - Technology in Protective Coatings

 

15.20 - Low curing temperature powder coating
Cristoforo Brendas, Arsonsisi Spa

 

15.40 - Nitrogen in place of compressed air in spraying powder and liquid paints
Ottavio Milli, Eurosider Sas
Lanfranco Sabato, Eurosider Sas

 

16.00 - Airless powdersspray pumps: quality and 20% higher yield
Luca Tomassoni, Siver Srl

 

16.20 - “Smart” robots and self-programming
Sergio Della Mea, CMA Robotics Spa
Marco Zanor, CMA Robotics Spa

 

16.40 - Drying and curing powered by biomass sources
ANVER - Industrial Painters Association

 

17.00 - Debate

 

17.30 - Aperitif

 
Friday
24
14:30 - 16:30

Hall 7 - Forum Area

Convention | FRANTUMAZIONE e DEMOLIZIONE

Innovative demolition technologies and special equipment

  • Programma

14.30 - Registration • Welcome and opening of sessions

 

14.40 - Safe demolition: operator-machine synergy
Matteo Artioli, Cantiermacchine Ascomac

 

15.00 - The use of remote-controlled demolition vehicles for sludge tanks containing mercury
Valerio Garraffo, DAF Donzelli Group
Luca Rossi, INAIL - Italian Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work

 

15.20 - Special equipment for decontamination and demolition of the Garigliano smoke stack
Stefano Castelli, General Smontaggi

 

15.40 - Laser scanners and drones: their potential in the demolition market
Marco Costabello, DEAM ingegneria

 

16.00 - Explosives in the demolition of motorway bridges
Beppe Zandonella, Tecnomine
Luca Zandonella, Tecnomine

 

16.20 - Discussion and closure of sessions

 

Moderator: Massimo Viarenghi, Editor in Chief - RECOVER magazine

 
Friday
24
14:30 - 16:30

Respighi meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Convention | FRANTUMAZIONE e DEMOLIZIONE

From risk analysis to safety solutions in quarrying and construction sites

Case studies and comparison of experiences

  • Programma

13.00 - Welcome Refreshments
Hall 6 Stand C7 (exhibition spaces shared by companies belonging to ANEPLA Beni e Servizi)

 

14.15 - Registration of participants (Respighi Meeting Room)

 

14.30 - Greetings and Start of Sessions
Paolo Zambianchi, President of A.N.E.P.L.A. - Italian Association of Quarriers-Producers of Stone and Related Materials
Marco Ghione, President of ANEPLA Beni e Servizi

 

14.40 - Start of Sessions

 

Risks associated with mining and processing activities in quarries and on site: DSSC and DVR
Ermanno Dolci, Arethusa - ANEPLA Beni e Servizi

 

Risk of injury and accidents: comparison of statistics and experiences
Maura Pellegri, ASL 1 Toscana Nord Ovest (NW Tuscany Local Health Authority)

 

15.15 - Prevention and Safety: main risks. What prevention solutions are available?
Claudia Chiappino, ANEPLA Beni e Servizi

 

Case Studies

 

- Conveyor belts: action and procedures
F. Orgiu, Arca Nastri - ANEPLA Beni e Servizi

 

- Machinery and handling: the case of GAP
R. Bianchi, SCAI Hitachi - ANEPLA Beni e Servizi - GAP)

 

- Management of production plant: reducing exposure to risks through technology and innovation
G. Manara, Maestro - ANEPLA Beni e Servizi

 

16.15 - Questions and Answers

 
Friday
24
14:30 - 17:30

Puccini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Round Table | SOLLEVAMENTO

Overhead work platforms: types, applications and innovation

Certificates of attendance will be issued

  • Programma

The conference seeks to focus on building application, and design techniques in order to provide further stimuli encouraging safe and productive use of overhead work platforms very varied contexts.
The event will be attended by managers from leading manufacturers who will outline construction philosophies, special solutions, application spheres and productivity and safety aspects.

 

Moderator: Pier Angelo Cantù, Communications Manager, IPAF Italia

 

At the end of the Round Table, IPAF – in collaboration with Rental Blog – will provide an aperitif to encourage informal networking.

 

For more information and registration:
• IPAF Ltd. – Stand 41, Gallery between Halls 6 & 7
• IPAF Safety Square – Stand 2, Outdoor Demo Area C
• send an email to marta.lucani@ipaf.org

 
Certificates of attendance will be issued
 
Friday
24
15:00 - 16:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

The use of geo-compounds for eco-sustainable and long-lasting structural road paving repairs

In collaboration with:
Index Spa
Friday
24
15:00 - 17:00

Hall 7 - Concrete Safety Area

Convention | CALCESTRUZZO

The new concrete guidelines

  • Programma

The new “Guidelines for evaluating the characteristics of on-site concrete” e “Guidelines for installing structural concrete” developed by the Higher Council for Public Works in collaboration with Atecap, will be presented by the experts who contributed to their publication.

 

Reports by:

Pietro Cardone, ALIG - Association of Engineering and Geotechnical Laboratories
Giorgio Estrafallaces, Italferr
Attilio Lonardi, Ance Verona
Luca Scappini, CNI - Italian Engineers Council
Nicola Zuppelli, Atecap - Italian Technical Economic Association for Ready - Mixed Concrete

 
Friday
24
16:00 - 18:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Workshop | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

Wear layers made with pulverised tyre rubber for urban road paving

In collaboration with:
Ecopneus Scpa
Saturday
25
09:30 - 13:00

Respighi meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Convention | PERFORAZIONE e FONDAZIONI

Planning and management in mining activities

Optimize safety standards and profitability of plant and machinery

  • Programma

9.30 - Registration of participants

 

10.00 - Greetings and Introduction to Sessions
Representative of Veronafiere
Eng. Domenico Savoca, President of A.N.I.M. - Italian Association of Mining Engineers

 

10.20 - Quarry path design: minimum requirements for the safety of people and machinery
Eng. Gianpaolo Grella

 

10.40 - Performance in a Valle Ossola “beola stone” quarry in an urban context
Eng. Guido Gola
Dr. Geol. Fabrizio Vigna
Dr. Giancarlo Guglielmetti

 

11.00 - Profitability and sustainability of mining activities: using the latest technology to improve safety and productivity in surface and underground drilling stages
Eng. Valentino Rizzieri, Atlas Copco

 

11.20 - The role of universities in training technicians capable of working as designers and managers of mining works and plant
Prof. Pierpaolo Oreste, Turin Polytechnic University

 

11.40 - Safety when using tyres with earth-moving equipment: virtuous management and wear monitoring to optimise company performance
Dr. Paolo Granati, Michelin Earthmover & Industrial Tyres

 

12.00 - Integrated IT control system for remote sites designed to optimise production and sales of aggregates
Eng. Francesco Piselli, Piselli Cave Srl

 

12.20 - Ten years of the machinery directive: assessments and comments
Eng. Vincenzo Correggia, VP of A.N.I.M. - Italian Association of Mining Engineers and Director of Ministry of Economic Development

 

Moderator: Eng. Nando Ferranti, Secretary General of A.N.I.M. - Italian Association of Mining Engineers

 
Saturday
25
09:30 - 13:30

Puccini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Seminar | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Projects for risk reduction and restoration of railways and road network

In collaboration with:
Verona Engineers Association
Saturday
25
09:30 - 13:30

Mozart meeting room (1st floor) - Palaexpo Congress Centre

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Training Course | MOVIMENTO TERRA

Theory course for the qualification of earth moving machinery operators

Excavators, loaders, backhoes and track-mounted dump trucks

It is possible to complete the practical part of the course c/o ‘Ente Scuola Edile Veronese’

  • Programma

As defined in Article 73 of Italian Legislative Decree 81/08 c.5 and the State-Regions agreement dated 22 February 2012, using construction equipment (particularly excavators, loaders, backhoes and track-laying dump trucks) requires specific operator qualifications ensuring correct training on appropriate procedures for safe usage of machinery at work in order to prevent accidents and injuries during daily operations.

 

This free course aims to provide all operators using construction equipment the compulsory theoretical training (4 hours) in terms of content and applicable regulations.

 

LEGAL MODULE (1 hour)

TECHNICAL MODULE (3 hours)

 

After passing a final test involving the legal and technical modules provided at SaMoTer, participants will receive a certificate of participation.
It is possible to complete the practical part of the course c/o Ente Scuola Edile Veronese (ESEV-CPT – Centre for occupational training, safety and services of Verona member of Formedil).

 
Saturday
25
10:00 - 13:00

Hall 2 - Forum Area

Convention | ASPHALTICA - Settore stradale

The Right Road

Road maintenance and good operating practices

Saturday
25
10:00 - 14:00

Hall 7 - Concrete Safety Area

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Seminar | CALCESTRUZZO

Supplying concrete safely

Practical training for safe use of concrete pumps

Training credits for pump operators and certificate of attendance for professional update for concrete truck mixer drivers

  • Programma

Practical training seminar on using concrete pumps organised in cooperation with Formedil and the Verona Joint Centre for Training, Safety and Labour Services.

 
Attendance at the course awards training credits to pump operators and a certificate of attendance for professional update for concrete truck mixer drivers.
 

PROFESSOR
Alberto Tosi, ESEV-CPT – Verona Joint Centre for Training, Safety and Labour Services

 
Saturday
25
11:00 - 13:00

Hall 7 - Forum Area

Concorsi e Premi

Auction | MOVIMENTO TERRA

Construction machinery scale models charity auction

Auction with no reserve price where models will be sold to the highest bidder

All auction proceeds will be donated for charitable works to Fondazione della Comunità Veronese ONLUS, a non-profit organization based in Verona

In collaboration with:
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Srl
  • Programma

All auction proceeds will be donated for charitable works to Fondazione della Comunità Veronese ONLUS, a non-profit organization based in Verona.

 

>> Download here the official SCALE MODELS' CATALOGUE

 

THANKS

Scale models have been donated by:
- Bobcat
- Cifa
- Case Construction Equipment
- Doosan
- Hyundai Heavy Industries
- Kobelco Construction Machinery
- Komatsu
- Manitou
- Marini - Fayat Group
- Merlo
- Takeuchi
- Master Ennio Moretto

 
Saturday
25
13:30 - 17:30

Bellini meeting room (1st floor) - Gallery between Halls 6 and 7

Formazione - SaMoTer Training & Education

Seminar | FOCUS: Soluzioni per le emergenze ambientali

Special maintenance and major works

Design and protection of the Venetian Lagoon - MOSE Case Study

This seminar earns 3 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Engineers and 4 credits (CFP) issued by the Italian Council of Architects

  • Programma
No. 3 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Engineers
No. 4 training credits (CFP) are awarded by the Italian Council of Architects
(valid in relation to the State-Regions agreement on compulsory training dated 22/2/2012)
 

Routine and special maintenance projects involving major works defending the cultural heritage also seeking to ensure better environmental protection are often characterised by significantly complex issues.
The case of MOSE – the barrier separating the Venetian Lagoon from the Adriatic Sea to prevent floods at high tide – is an ideal synthesis of architecture and conservation at the service of the landscape and the environment. This work is unique in the world and testifies Italian ingenuity and capacity for dialogue between different sectors with the shared objective of safeguarding the country's historic and landscape heritage.

 

Lecture lasting 3 hours followed by 1 hour of discussion

 

SPEAKERS
Prof. Arch. Aldo Aymonino, IUAV University, Venice
Prof. Arch. Alberto Ferlenga, IUAV University, Venice