New Finò Headquarters

Best Implemented Project of Public Building or Facility

About the project
The new Finò Headquarters, a Caligari & Babbi company specialized in the processing and distribution of fennel, is located in Savignano sul Rubicone, along the ancient Via Emilia of Roman origin.
It has a covered area of 3.300 sqm, an office area of 850 sqm spread over three floors, 3.000 sqm of laboratories and cold rooms, 2.230 sqm of drainage surfaces, 10.000 sqm of green surfaces and a 500 mc overflow reservoir.
The directional head consists of a metal frame covered with a high-performance wall. The laboratory and the cells are composed of a prefabricated structure with a laminated wood roof with a single span of 37 mt, covered in thermopanels with a 150 KW photovoltaic system.
This building combines internal functionality with a clean and recognizable image on the outside, produces almost more energy than it consumes, heats up in the winter months and stays cool in the summer, producing significant economic savings and reduced consumption of environmental resources.

Via Pietà 77, Savignano sul Rubicone (FC), Emilia Romagna, Italy

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Applicant and author of the project
Stefano Bindi.
After graduating from the University of Ferrara in 2004, he began working at Studio Valle Architetti Associati in Udine. He dealt with almost all the firm's projects, including Public square and Office buildings at Portello in Milan, New Padua University Centre, OAT at EXPO 2015, new Fantoni manufacturing buildings Plaxil 8 and Recy. Since 2016 he is also working as a freelancer, mainly in the design, development and construction management of industrial plants.
Architectural project and Construction Management: Stefano Bindi, Architect
Collaborator in the design : Roberto Raggini, Surveyor

Other participants
Client: Ortofrutta Caligari & Babbi S.r.l.
Construction company: I.T.A.L. -T.V.T. s.r.l. Granarolo Faentino (RA)