Infrastructures

Lately, the issue of “Physical Infrastructures” has been at the heart of political debates and economic considerations.

While the lack of infrastructures or their backwardness can significantly hinder a region or a Country from developing, efficient and functioning infrastructures are an essential condition to ensure economic success and a good degree of modernization. A steady and smart growth in infrastructures plays a key role in the development process.

Such growth and innovation process also positively affects infrastructure engineering, which adopts the BIM’s multidisciplinary building design practices through the 3D, 4D and 5D. Incico, a company that has always been oriented to innovative design systems, immediately welcomed this change and strengthened its activities and services, by opening to new markets and developing new industrial partnerships. To meet the demand growth, since 2019, Incico has established an internal Production Unit fully devoted to infrastructures.

Doha Metro Stations – Red Line

Location: DOHA – Qatar
Division: Infrastructure
Customer: TCS JV
Project: Legtafia Stations & amp; Golf Course
Type of service: Executive planning of MEP installations

The Legtifiya and Trough Golf Course stations are part of the new DOHA subway line – RED LINE NORTH UNDERGROUND that connects the northern part of DOHA to the existing underground network.

Incico developed the integral project of Mechanical-Electrical-Plumbing technological systems using BIM methodology following the PAS-1192 standard. The work was developed in our headquarters in Italy and subsequently continued with the assistance in the field of the construction of the subways.

The stations have a total area of approx. 10000 ca. for Legtaifiya and of sqm. 4800 ca. for Trough Golf Course.

MOSE PROJECT

Country: Venice, Italy
Division: Infrastructures
Customer: Technital – CVN
Services: Executive Design of Electrical and Instrumentation and Control Systems
Executive design of the civil works of technological buildings

The MOSE Project is one of the major infrastructures built in Italy, destined to protect Venice and its lagoon from floods. The Mose barriers are made up of rows of sluice gates, installed in the bottom of the port mouths, which allow the lagoon to be temporarily separated from the sea when a high water event is expected.

Incico has developed the final design complete with Electrical and Telecommunication systems, Instrumentation and fire protection systems, safety control systems. Moreover, in the technological islands located at the three inlets of the lagoon (Chioggia, Malamocco and Lido) Incico developed the executive project of the civil works of the buildings, for an overall commitment engineering of about 90,000 hours.

Management Building and Laboratories

Location: Castel San Pietro Terme (BO) – Italy
Division: Infrastructures
Customer: BIO-ON
Type of service: Basic and detailed multidisciplinary design

The Project consists of a three-storey executive building, of high quality, intended for Offices and Laboratories for the Bio-Cosmetics department. Incico has carried out the integral multidisciplinary project and the study of the implants with BIM methodology.

In addition, Incico has developed the documentation necessary to start the authorization processes in preparation for obtaining permission to build.