Porta Nuova Garibaldi, Milan, Italy - Each of the two towers has three reinforced concrete cores which were constructed with help of two PERI ACS self-climbing variants.

Porta Nuova Garibaldi
Milan, Italy

2 high-rise towers, arranged in a circle around a three-storey centre with a 100 m diameter. With 220 m, tower A is the highest building in Italy, tower B is 102 m high.

Architect: César Pelli & Associates

 

 

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Main Application
High-Rise Buildings and Towers
Project participants
Customer: Colombo Costruzioni S.p.a., Lecco

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Porta Nuova Garibaldi - Gianfranco Cesana, Construction manager
Porta Nuova Garibaldi - Gianfranco Cesana, Construction manager
Gianfranco Cesana
Construction manager
With their most modern technology, PERI offered us the ideal solution for this extraordinary edifice. The proficient support by the PERI engineers both during the planning phase and the construction time were extremely valuable for us.

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Porta Nuova Garibaldi, Milan, Italy - Each of the two towers has three reinforced concrete cores which were constructed with help of two PERI ACS self-climbing variants.
Porta Nuova Garibaldi, Milan, Italy - Each of the two towers has three reinforced concrete cores which were constructed with help of two PERI ACS self-climbing variants.