Historical museum complexes
San Carlo Theatre
The Teatro di San Carlo is the opera house of Naples, the oldest in Europe, with all the related issues; it is spread over eleven floors, three of which are underground.
1996 EIBA Award
Chloride for the Teatro San Carlo
It contains electrical and special systems of all kinds; The study oversaw the development of the general design of electrical and special systems that was carried out in several functional excerpts, as well as the direction of work and all relations with the control bodies.
In particular, the project envisages the construction of the new electric booth, the generator group, the continuity groups (No. 2), the general electrical framework and more than 70 secondary panels, energy distribution systems in all departments (cable and cable routes), as well as the fire detection, sound, CCTV and lightning protection system.
There is also a central management and control system for all the aforementioned plants.
The project is divided into several functional excerpts all realized over 6 years (1994-95-96-97-98-99) and perfectly functioning.
The study also carried out the final testing of all the implants.
It should be emphasized that to this day, the Theatre, despite being affected by all these works, has never had to stand still even a day.
The study also carried out the project of moving the thermal power plant to a new site with partial refurbishment of downstream plants. In the following era, the refurbishment of the director's room and stage facilities was designed and, lastly, the design of the air conditioning system of the hall.
The overall project was awarded the 1996 EIBA AWARD European Competition among the best European projects for design and technological innovation.
Since 1967 it has been operating in the field of plants, first electric and then, following the evolution of the market, in the field of special and mechanical plants. It has locations in Italy and abroad. The headquarters are located in Naples.