Structure laying

The construction of a wooden building implies more respect for nature and the environment. The activities carried out in the building yard take a shorter time than those performed in a traditional construction. The different parts of the structure are prefabricated in the production centre and assembled in the building site with evident savings in terms of energy, time and costs. In addition, this constructional system entails less risk for workmen.

Laying and assembly operations are performed by highly qualified internal carpenters and sometimes external teams with which a stable collaboration has been established to ensure a work execution sticking to the project. Each construction stage is managed and supervised by a site technician who, interfacing with engineers, surveyors and assembly teams, schedules work and looks at every aspect of it.