CMB has faced construction challenges in the territory for 110 years

CMB celebrated its 110 years since its foundation, on 17 October in Milan, in the Pirelli building. From the upgrading of the Porta Nuova district to the Generali Tower and PwC in CityLife, and the Feltrinelli Foundation, CMB is the name behind works that symbolise the architectural and cultural progress of the city and represent Milan’s increasingly dynamic and European soul.

CMB, together with Itinera, is awarded four new lots of the Odense Hospital

The Joint venture between CMB and Itinera is awarded other four lots of the New Odense University Hospital, one of the largest in Denmark. The work has a value of 204 million Euro and it is commissioned by the “Region of Southern Denmark”.

A new Tramway for Florence

The watchword is “mobility” which rhymes with “liveability”. Line 3 of the Florence Tramway system started operating on 16 July. It represents a major turning point in mobility in Florence, finally providing a link between the Santa Maria Novella Railway Station and the Careggi Hospital Complex, composed of an up-to-date transport system: safe, punctual and eco-sustainable.

Denmark: CMB is awarded the hospital of Koge

CMB, in a joint venture with Itinera, a company specializing in large-scale works in the Gavio group, has been awarded the project for the extension and reconstruction of the university hospital complex of the city of Koge, situated south of Copenhagen, in Denmark. The value of the project is around 295 million euros.

CMB is awarded the hospital in Odense, Denmark

CMB (with a stake of 51%) in a joint venture con Itinera, a company specializing in large-scale works in the Gavio group (with a stake of 49%), has been awarded two lots of the new Hospital Complex in the city of Odense in Denmark. The work is for the overall value of around 390 million euros commissioned by the “Region of Southern Denmark”.

CityLife Shopping Center opens its doors

While the Torre Hadid is practically finished and only the internal finishings on the top floors are still to be completed, at its feet the CityLife Shopping Center, designed by Zaha Hadid, is already pulsating with life. The shopping center is on three floors and holds seven cinemas and 17 restaurants in a futuristic-style maxi-structure. Slanted lines, twists and rotations characterize the style of the Iraqi star architect who died last year.