FILIPPO MORDANI HIGH SCHOOL
RAVENNA, ITALY, 2006Client: City of Ravenna
The school surrounds the old cloister of S. Domenico Church built at the end of the 17th Century. The assignment included seismic vulnerability and strengthening of the structures.
CARSOLI CITY HALL
CARSOLI, ITALY, 2013Client: City of Carsoli
The building has a rectangular floorplan and is made of confined masonry. The safety of the building was evaluated, and then the structure was seismically retrofitted.
S. PELLEGRINO HOSPITAL
CASTIGLIONE DELLE STIVIERE, ITALY, 2006 - 2007Client: Società S. Pellegrino S.r.l.
The aim of the project was to estimate and improve the static and seismic resistance of the San Pelligrino Hospital complex in Castiglione Delle Stiviere. The complex consists of three main buildings, with an external structure in masonry and an internal one of reinforced beams and pillars.
G. MAZZINI HOSPITAL
TERAMO, ITALY, 2011Client: ALMA CIS S.r.l., di Cintio S.r.l., Edilcostruzioni Group S.r.l.
The project was for the static and seismic adaptations of buildings "A", "B", "C", "D", and "E" of Lot 2 of the G. Mazzini Hospital complex, built in the 1950s and 1960s. The seismic retrofit was achieved using seismic isolators and Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers.
SEISMIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT AND SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION STUDY ON A24/A25 TOOLWAY VIADUCTS
ABRUZZO, ITALY, 2006 - 2008Client: G. D'Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara - Medio Sangro
The first objective of this project was to study the effects of soil amplification on the structure during a seismic excitation. The soil amplification was considered directly in the analysis without using a simplified approach for the site-specific multiplicative coefficient for the acceleration. The second objective was to investigate possible issues related to modeling SSI problems to correctly evaluate the problem.
NASIRYAH, IRAQ, 2013Client: Hiltron, International Healthcare Consultants
The vertical elevation structure of the building consists of composite steel-concrete reinforced (SRC) section pillars, while the horizontal one is made up of bi-directional reinforced concrete slabs and steel beams.
FINAL STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF THE GROTTAMINARDA VARIANT BRIDGES
GROTTAMINARDA, ITALY, 2010Client: SGI Studio Galli Ingegneria S.p.A.
For the seismic design of bridges such as viaducts and flyovers, the seismic isolation between the main deck and the piers is targeted to increase the natural vibration period, and as a result, the spectral acceleration is reduced. Elastomeric isolators with high dissipative properties are used for flyovers, while a friction pendulum isolation system is proposed for bridges. For viaducts with multiple spans, continuity is provided by longitudinal and shear connections. The structural system of decks is made of precast beams with V sections and slabs cast on site. The substructures are composed of abutments and piles with hollow circular sections. Concrete piles with large diameters are used for the foundation system.
L’AQUILA COURTHOUSE OFFICE BUILDING
L'AQUILA, ITALY, 2011Client: Marziali Costruzioni S.r.l.
The L’Aquila Courthouse Office is a geometrically complex structure due to its large and irregular shape. For this reason, an isolation system using friction pendulums was proposed to reduce seismic actions. The insertion of the insulation system required the use of unconventional architectural and structural solutions, through which it was possible to reduce the dimensions between the seismic joints and the different parts of the insulated superstructure.
BLUE PALACE TOWER
TERAMO, ITALY, 2008Client: ESA Studio
The tower was designed using two-way slabs to reduce the height of the building and optimize construction costs. The building was designed using capacity design and shear walls to guarantee maximum safety against wind and seismic actions.
JAMILIYAH WATER TREATMENT PLANT
JAMILIYAH, QATAR, 2012Client: SGI Studio Galli Ingegneria S.p.A.
ASDEA designed several reinforced concrete buildings and tanks for the plant.
STORAGE SILOS FOR CEMENT PLANTS
CAP VRACS AND DUNQUERKE, FRANCE, 2008Client: Contimpianti S.p.A.
This project involved the creation of detailed structural designs for two large steel structures and tanks for the storage of cement materials. The two structures made entirely of steel, consist of three storage silos made from metal sheeting, the largest with a volume of 320 mc, and their supporting metal beam structures.
MULTIPURPOSE CENTER AND APARTMENTS
SULMONA, ITALIA, 2013Client: RTI Gruppo Autotrasportatori Sulmona S.r.l., Del Signore S.r.l.
The buildings were seismically isolated. The design was conceived to avoid torsional movements using a friction pendulum and the slabs were optimized to reduce the mass of the structure.
100 BED HOSPITAL
AL QAALA, IRAQ, 2014Client: Hiltron, International Healthcare Consultants
The vertical elevation structure of the building consists of composite steel-concrete reinforced (SRC) section pillars, while the horizontal one is made up of bi-directional reinforced concrete slabs.
FORMER L'AQUILA CIVIL ENGINEERING OFFICE
L'AQUILA, ITALY, 2011Client: Consorzio Integra
The static and seismic strengthening of the L’Aquila's former Civil Engineering Office was the goal of this project. The office was severely damaged during the 2009 earthquake. The project required the maintenance of the original architecture and structures while drastically reducing seismic vulnerability. Considering the seismic risk of the site remains high, the decision was made to seismically isolate the base of the structure.
FIRED HEATER, ATOLL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
PORT SAID, EGYPT, 2018Client: SPED
This project concerned the Reboiler Heater F-001 that will be built at Port Said in Egypt. The structural design was completed according to the American regulations: ASCE7-10, AISC - LRFD/10, and API 560.
AD-DIWANIYAH WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER SYSTEMS
DIWANIYAH, IRAQ, 2012Client: SGI Studio Galli Ingegneria S.p.A.
ASDEA was tasked with the structural design of part of the sewers and water treatment plant for the town of Diwaniyah (Iraq), located approximately 200 km south of Bagdad.
CHIETI, ITALY, 2011Client: D'Adiutorio Appalti e Costruzioni S.r.l.
This project was related to the repairs and seismic improvements of Chieti Courthouse, which had a wing damaged in the April 2009 earthquake. This important heritage structure was strengthened with Steel Fiber Reinforced Grout materials.
FORMER FULLING MILL
PALENA, ITALY, 2005 - 2010Client: Arch. Mascetta
The building was originally built as a wool mill (or fulling mill) in the 16th Century but later became a hydroelectric power plant. The masonry structure was in a state of deterioration due to a lack of maintenance. The project included the renovation and strengthening of the building.
NASIRIYAH, IRAQ, 2014Client: Hiltron, International Healthcare Consultants
The building site is composed of two structures: the first one is the hospital main building and the second one is a building for plants and generators. The main hospital building is composed of two different structural systems. The first one consists of walls, rectangular columns and beams, and two-way slabs with the foundation composed of 15m long piles, pile caps, and a slab. The second structural system consists of steel cantilevered trusses, steel and concrete beams, concrete and steel columns, concrete and composite steel-concrete slabs, and foundation slabs.
SEAT OF THE REGIONAL COUNCIL OF ABRUZZO
PESCARA, ITALY, 2010 - 2011Client: The Region of Abruzzo
The seismic strengthening project for the L-shaped building consisted of an isolation system placed at the base. The isolation system is composed of elastomeric isolators with high dissipative properties and multidirectional sliding supports.
G. B. VICO HIGH SCHOOL
CHIETI - ITALY, 2011Client: Tolosa Costruzioni
The school, dating back to the mid-1960s, consists of several structural blocks connected by technical separation joints. The four buildings were highly irregular in both layout and elevation. The project worked to bring the buildings up to code through the insertion of a system of earthquake-resistant walls.
RIMINI, ITALY, 2009 - 2010Client: Ing. Cicchetti & associates
Valloni Palace is located in the historic city center of Rimini and has four floors. The safety of the masonry structure was evaluated, and a strengthening system using steel elements was proposed.