Engeko rationalizes and manages design activities by using specific electronic model-based processes and tools for buildings and infrastructure. Building Information Modelling is a technology-oriented concept that envisages the digital construction of one or more building models. These models support the planning through all of its stages, providing better analysis and simulations. They also incorporate all the geometric and alphanumeric information necessary to construct and manage a facility. The collection of all the coordinated data about planning and construction is based on costs and activities. All stages must be performed in a specific sequence to benefit all parties involved in the project and through this achieve a cooperative method.
In a cooperative work environment, project teams are requested to produce information following standardized processes and commonly agreed methods in order to ensure high quality and make it possible for anyone to access that information anytime without modifications and interpretations.
According to Engeko this approach does not require further efforts, on the contrary it is an integral part of the Consortium working method with benefits in terms of better understanding of the project, compliance with time-limits and cost estimations as well as improved risk management. Engeko has been adopting the BIM methodology seeking for a lean management, in order to optimize time and resources delivering the highest value to its clients. “Begin with the end in mind” is the guiding principle of Engeko’s use of BIM to identify the end-use of collected data and guarantee that they are frequently used throughout the entire project and the structure’s life cycle.

By adopting the most advanced management and production techniques, Engeko has developed an approach to architectural design based on the rational use of natural resources to achieve a high level of comfort, efficiency and functionality with a particular focus on the choice of materials and building systems for the control of acoustic and energy performances.
The ability to integrate all engineering aspects allows Engeko to deal with complex projects estimating accurately the construction costs and minimizing the effects of unforeseen events during the execution phase.



The procedure adopted to design infrastructure works, starts from an in-depth current state analysis, both in geometric and regulatory terms, carried out also with the help of drones.
During the design development phase, the consortium’s members need to put into practice their specific expertise ranging from road and plant design to hydraulic, structural and environmental design. Project activities are carried out using horizontal BIM model that envisages the creation of an information model based on tridimensional, consistent, accurate and coordinated objects. The resulting digital model can also be visualized through apps available on any mobile platform as tablets and smartphones. In this way, also the managing director can gain access to and “explore” the 3D model with multi-touch gestures, allowing an immediate viewing of the structure and facilitating bodies in the issuing of opinions.

Thanks to the professional work of a multi-disciplinary team, in the last ten years the company has complied a long record of experience in the field of environmental protection and improvement in the following areas:

  • Environmental planning (management plans for Natura 2000 sites, Master Plan and socio-economic development programmes in protected areas, acoustic classification, municipal emergency management plans, etc. )
  • Environmental impact assessments of projects and/or plans/programmes: EIA, VINCA (EIA for SACs – Special Area of Conservation – and SPAs– Special Protection Area ) and SEA;
  • Landscape integration
  • Environmental monitoring;
  • Nature conservation projects;
  • Development and implementation of municipal information systems;
  • Development of environmental recovery, regeneration and improvement strategies;
  • Technical audit of environmental projects;
  • Identification, quantification and valorization of ecosystem services;
  • Technical assistance of public administrations and private bodies for preparation and management of projects financed by European funds;
  • Participatory process management and environmental communication



ENGEKO scarl counts on a team of professionals so it can provide contractors and companies in general with the support of highly specialized figures in the field of engineering services and in particular in the following activities:

  • Quality inspection and control of construction works and materials (UNI EN ISO 9000);
  • Drafting and computation of claims (Presidential Decree 207/10)
  • Environmental Monitoring Plan and Environmental Manager/management (?)
  • BIM SYNCHRO: construction planning and project management 4D BIM/VDC software.