The former hospital complex becomes the Guardia di Finanza Police Academy in Bergamo

On 27 October, Italian President Sergio Mattarella officially opened the new premises of the Guardia di Finanza Police Academy in Bergamo, on the site of the former hospital complex. This important work for the city is destined to become an advanced training hub and an integral part of Bergamo’s civil society.

2020 closed with a profit, CMB looks to the future

In a year marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, with most construction sites and activities blocked for three months, CMB closed FY 2020 with a turnover of over € 570 million, 70 million of which realized abroad, balancing the books and keeping important financial, equity and business objectives within its sights.

CMB, ready to grow with the 2021-2023 Business Plan

Despite the on-going health emergency, CMB has approved the 2021 – 2023 Business Plan, consolidating the development model already implemented in previous years and with an average 9% annual growth rate forecast.

Post-covid: construction sites now operative and financial statements approved

The world has changed since February 2020, and the scenario we’ve been faced with has been strongly impacted by the medical emergency that has swept our country off its feet. After almost two months of lockdown, manufacturing activities and constructions sites restarted from 4 May. CMB has reopened in Carpi, Milan and Rome, and work has restarted on its construction sites, gradually and in complete safety.

CMB strengthens growth and looks towards the future

In a context of the construction sector, which shows signs of a recovery in investments in works and concessions in Italy, CMB has ambitious goals: 650 million euros in revenues in 2020, with an average annual growth of 7% and an order book of 3 billion, among the highest ever reached.

CMB won the renovation of the UN buildings, Geneva

CMB Società Cooperativa Muratori e Braccianti di Carpi, as Leader Company of the Joint Venture with CSC Impresa Costruzioni SA, part of the Salini Impregilo Group, and Italiana Costruzioni SpA, signed the contract for the Renovation of the Historic Buildings at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, dating back to the Thirties. The amount of the work is around 270 million Swiss francs (about 245 million Euro).