Subissati S.r.l. :: News it Work began on the construction of the kindergarten of Gradara ( PU ) . It will be finished in 60 days (Subissati S.r.l.) Mon, 28 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0100 At the start of September the work was started for the extension of two new sections of the nursery school on via Tavullia in the town of Gradara. The foundation work has finished and the assembly of the school structure for the raised wooden part has just started.


The safety of the building site is the fundamental element which the local administration, the company Subissati and the management of the work, entrusted to the Manager of the town Technical Office, Paolo Morelli (Engineer), and his collaborator Ilaria Ancona (Engineer), have insisted on right from the start. Our appointed technician Omero Bassotti (Engineer) of Consultec organised and implemented right from the start all of the safety measures necessary so that the extension could be achieved in the planned ways and timeframes without hindering and interfering with the normal execution of the school activity in the whole via Tavullia complex.


The building represents the home of the children, the space that welcomes and represents them, where they carry out the main activities of learning, communion with others and rest. It is therefore indispensible to have an adequate space, and dedicated furnishing with which to structure the various moments of the day. The element that perhaps more than others helps to understand and connote a space is the light -meaning natural light.

The company Subissati has decided to design the structure in plywood with a Platform-Frame construction system for a nominal life equal to 100 years. This project undertaking is therefore directly correlated with the Class of Use of the Construction which the same company, Subissati, has decided to undertake with a value equal to IV. According to the same Technical Reference Standard D.M.14.01.2008 in fact, adopted when there are seismic actions Class of use equal to IV, the wooden construction which is the subject of the following tender notice, is assimilated by order of importance, relating what is indicated in §2.4.2 (Classes of Use) in "Constructions with important public or strategic functions, also with reference to the management of the civil protection in the case of a natural disaster".



Client: The town of Gradara - Legal representative, Mayor Franca Foronchi

Official Register of Manufacturers: Paolo Morelli (Engineer)

Executive design: Subissati Technical Office and Consultecsoc. coop



See the news of 6 July 2015 on the project presentation


The bridge with a free space of 60 LM installed on the Nevola - Trecastelli river (AN) (Subissati S.r.l.) Tue, 22 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0100 The work for the construction of a plywood bridge was started and concluded in a few days for the river crossing which privately services the company Multiservizi S.p.a. and is intended for the conveyance of the hydraulic pipes and footbridge for the sole purpose of the checking and maintenance of the pipes.


The new structure which is located in the town of Trecastelli (AN) has the following features:
The static scheme is represented by a three-hinged arch with a free space between the supports of about 60.00 lm (width of bridge 2.90 lm).
the support structure of the construction is constituted as follows
 - 4 large-sized support beams constituting the elements of the Larch plywood arch;
 - secondary framework,
 - floor decking;
 - St. Andrew’s cross bracing system (diameter 28 mm)  


The phases of installation of the wooden structure have been engrossing, fast and organised according to the procedures already established.


As planned for the considerable size of the work, it was necessary to set up a construction site adjacent to the zone of the final positioning of the bridge.


The work was begun with the unloading of the 4 main curved beams and then the installation of a central metallic structure which was especially prepared and sized in order lay and connect the 4 main curved plywood beams by means of the central metallic hinge.


A part of the secondary frames and some bracings, which are necessary for the aerial elevation and positioning of the bridge on the prepared reinforced concrete supports, was subsequently installed.


Once positioned, the assembly of the remaining secondary frames and the floor decking and the waterproof covering were finished.  


Client: Graziano Belogi Costruzioni S.r.l. -  Multiservizi S.p.a.

Site engineer: Enrico Gara (Engineer)
Structural design: Enrico Gara (Engineer) and
Subissati Technical Office 


See the news of 2 September 2015 on the project presentation


"Madonna del Carmine" Nursery School - Imola (BO). (Subissati S.r.l.) Wed, 09 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0100 The company, P.M.V.C. Lavori Edili srl, of Imola has completed the work of restoration and preservation with the anti-seismic enhancement of the Nursery School Madonna del Carmine on Via Marconi in Imola (BO).


Our company participated in the work with the supply and installation of the wooden roofing.


The roof was created with a main curved frame made of plywood in which the plywood support panels were anchored in plywood laid out flat. The thermal isolation package is very thick in order to guarantee excellent thermal and acoustic insulation, while the final roofing is made up of a seamed aluminium sheet.


The overall surface of the roof is about 330.00 m2.


We would like to extend our compliments to the company P.M.V.C. for the excellent work carried out and thanks for having chosen our company as a partner for works carried out using plywood.


Client: P.M.V.C. Lavori Edili srl - Via Morandi no. 1 - Imola (BO)


Architectural and structural planning and structural project management:

Marco Campoli (Engineer) - Piazza A. Oriani no. 35 - 48010 Casola Valsenio (RA)



See the news of 16 June 2015 on the project presentation


A bridge with a free space of 60 LM on the Nevola River - Trecastelli (AN) (Subissati S.r.l.) Wed, 02 Sep 2015 00:00:00 +0100 Our company is planning to install in the very near future a plywood bridge for the crossing of the river for use by the company, Multiservizi S.p.a, and intended for the conveyance of the hydraulic pipes and footbridge for the purpose of the maintenance of the pipes. The structure, which is located in the town of Trecastelli (AN) and which is private and intended solely for the passage and maintenance of the systems, has the following features:


The static scheme is represented by a three-hinged arch with a free space between the supports of about 60.00 lm (width of bridge 2.90 lm).

the support structure of the construction is constituted as follows
 - large-sized support beams constituting the elements of the arch,
 - secondary framework,
 - floor decking;
 - St. Andrew’s cross bracing system (diameter 28 mm)        

Client: Multiservizi S.p.a.


Construction company works with reinforced concrete and other materials: Graziano Belogi Costruzioni s.r.l.


Site Engineer: Enrico Gara (Engineer)
Structural Design: Enrico Gara (Engineer) and Subissati Technical Office 


Work in progress: detached wooden building - Senigallia (AN) (Subissati S.r.l.) Fri, 24 Jul 2015 00:00:00 +0100 Begun at the beginning of May, a beautiful wooden building in Senigallia (AN) is in the final phase of completion.


The detached construction which develops over two floors will be delivered by our company with a turnkey solution.


On the ground floor there is the living area with a large kitchen and a living room, both with access to the external portico on the south side and to the garden. Still on the ground floor there is a bathroom, a laundry room, a utility room, a garage and another portico on the north side with an adjacent shade-giving pergola. The first floor which has three rooms, two bathrooms and a study is designed to be the night area.



The building is designed according to the principles of bioclimatic architecture.


It has a side closed to the north, while it is designed with ample openings to the south, where the eaves of the porch and colonnade allow for the bioclimatic self-regulation of the sun’s rays during the various seasons. In the east and west facades protection from the sun is given by the external roof shading blinds. The openings are arranged so as to ensure maximum efficiency of longitudinal and transversal ventilation. This will enable optimal summer cooling, enabling a provision for systems for winter heating only. In the interface towards the exterior, the building has a ventilation space in order to insulate the ground floor from contact with the earth, and a covering with a ventilated cavity wall. The exterior wall insulation guarantees the lack of thermal bridges. The use of wood and natural fibres allows for a construction that is, for the most part, natural, ecological and strongly insulated, and which in addition to the use of renewable energies, guarantees a high level of environmental sustainability.


The support structure of the walls was created with a Platform Frame type of frame system, while the ceilings between the different floors and roofing were made of supporting plywood panels. The thermo-ventilated roof has a final covering made of Canadian-style tiles.


The external finishing was created with plaster of two different colours; the eaves and drainpipes will be made of pre-varnished white and grey aluminium; the fixtures will be made of white pvc and the exterior flooring made of gres.

Class A+


The building is equipped with a radiating floor heating system powered by air-water electric heat pump. To contribute towards the energy needs using renewable energy sources, the building is equipped with a photovoltaic plant on the pitched roof exposed to the south-east with a total of 12 panels for an installed power of 3 KW. Such a system will allow the covering of energy needs from renewable sources to be brought to the threshold of 71.1%. The contribution of the photovoltaic system, in addition to the efficiency of the heating system and above all to the strong insulation of the cladding with control of the thermal bridges, gives the building an energy performance (Epi=11.92 KWh/m2) that is less than 20% of the legal limit, thereby corresponding to class A+.


Architectural design

LANDO PIERAGOSTINI sustainable architecture office

Design group: Lando Pieragostini (Architect), Catia Tombesi (Architect), Diego Federici (Engineer)


Structural design

Andra Montagna (Engineer) and Subissati Technical Office 



See the news of 24 February 2015 on the project presentation


Nursery school extension - Gradara (PU) (Subissati S.r.l.) Mon, 06 Jul 2015 00:00:00 +0100 Our company has been officially awarded the work of planning and construction of the extension of the town nursery school on via Tavullia in the town of Gradara in the province of Pesaro Urbino.


The extension of the school building will be carried out with a wooden support structure with a total surface area of about 230 m2, which is highly fire-resistant, is anti-seismic and, with low energy consumption, the construction will have an energy class "A".


The new school complex will be built according to the current anti-seismic, fire prevention and plant design legislation, taking particular account of the overcoming of architectural barriers to make it accessible to the handicapped and the use of renewable energy sources. This new school complex will thus represent an example of the mode of construction of the new millennium, focussed on energy consumption and reduced maintenance.



The choice of wood

Wood was one of the first construction materials for mankind, thanks to which, for long periods, he solved multiple problems of a structural nature. This is why this type of extremely low-cost energy material was chosen which, unlike other “energy-consuming” materials such as steel or reinforced concrete, may be re-employed in the production cycle once it is no longer in use.



The principal factors which convinced us to choose a wooden structure, rather than a traditional reinforced cement or masonry building are:


Speed of execution;

Low energy consumption,

Absence of mould and condensation phenomena,

Heat bridges practically absent;

Eco-compatibility of the materials;

Healthiness of the indoor environment;

Thermal-hygrometric gradient almost constant by means of CMV (Controlled mechanical ventilation);

Reduced horizontal seismic action thanks to the reduced structural masses in play.



Framed buildings have ancient origins. The modern version of this system presumes the creation of a structural cage with post and beam elements connected to each other through carpentry joints but also increasingly often using mechanical connection elements such as screws, bolts, pins, steel post shoes, and steel plates. With this construction method one may create buildings of three or four floors and allow much freedom in the management of internal spaces. Unlike structures framed with other materials, such as reinforced cement and steel, with wood there are no real interlocking joints due to the deformability and the variations in size of the wood. For this reason the structural mesh needs to be hardened to render the structure capable of absorbing horizontal action, such as wind and earthquakes, in order to then transmit them to the foundations.



Next realization detached villa - Narni (TR) (Subissati S.r.l.) Mon, 29 Jun 2015 00:00:00 +0100 We will start soon a new wooden building in the town of Narni in Terni .

Construction will be carried out at the level turnkey , and consists of a basement concrete floor with laminated wooden beams and the two ground floors made ​​of wood construction technology " PLATFORM FRAME SYSTEM SUBISSATI " . The ground floor is characterized by large areas covered with arcades .


In order to achieve maximum energy efficiency, the building will be equipped with heating to complete floor of solar panels for the production of hot water and of a photovoltaic system .


The villa is built in collaboration with our local dealer HDS .

For information on the building you can contact our local dealer for Umbria :

HDS HomeDesignStudio Ltd.

Via Gustavo Benucci

06135 Perugia



Client: Private


Architectural Project :

Architecture Studio Arch . Robust Valentina and Surveyor . Leonetti Simona - Narni ( TR )



Wood cover for the primary school " Madonna del Carmine " - Imola ( BO ) (Subissati S.r.l.) Tue, 16 Jun 2015 00:00:00 +0100 We will begin to short the installation of a curved roof made ​​of laminated wood . The cover is part of the global project of restoration and conservation with improved seismic building.



The floor consists of main un'orditura curve laminated wood panels anchored when I come bearing laminated wood lying , then it will be installed a package of thermal insulation of great thickness , while roofing final will consist of a metal joint in aluminum.




The total area coverage is about 330,00 square meters .

The project will be carried out at the nursery school Our Lady of Carmel in Via Marconi n . 31 in Imola ( BO ) .




P.M.V.C. Construction works srl - Via Morandi n . 1 - Imola ( BO )


Architectural, structural and D. L. structural :

Dott . Ing . Marco Campoli - Piazza A. Oriani n . 35-48010 Casola Valsenio ( RA )


Inaugurated the school of rainbow colors - Folignano ( AP ) (Subissati S.r.l.) Mon, 08 Jun 2015 00:00:00 +0100 In the presence of the Bishop of Ascoli Piceno Mons . Giovanni D'Ercole , the newly elected governor of the Region Marche Luca Ceriscioli , Mayor Angelo Flaiani , Mr Luciano Agostini , of Regional Councillors Anna and Fabio Casini Urbinati and all other authorities , technical and numerous public speaking was inaugurated Saturday, June 6 the " school of colors" .


A primary school designed and built, 1000 square meters of covered area and 700 sqm of porch, following the philosophy of balance between container and content. The comfort and well-being of pupils, teachers and school staff, respect for the natural, safety and reduced consumption are the cornerstones of the primary school of Old Streets.

The realization was for us a "fatigue rewarded" by the beauty of the work we support by participating in planning with the experience gained in the field of wooden structures and specifically in the education sector, along with a number of highly qualified technicians who wish thank publicly for the punctuality of their work: by the designer of the final Arch. Francesca R. Mancini, the RUP Surveyor. Enrico Massi, the Director of Works Arch. Stefano The Park and the Arch. Andrea Fratoni, designer executive. Fatigue also rewarded for the great satisfaction of the contracting authority, the School Leadership and of all present.


This type of construction and technical characteristics and quality will not be a point of arrival but it and score a goal achieved , is and will be a starting point for the new structures Subissati .


See the news of the March 24, 2014 to present the project

See news of September 9, 2014 laying of the foundation stone

See news of May 19, 2015 completion of works


Preliminary and final design:

Arch. Andrea Fratoni


Designer of the elaborate final places in the notice:

Arch. Francesca R. Mancini-resp. Wk. LLPP Folignano (AP)


Head of the procedure:

Surveyor. Henry Maximilian Folignano (AP)


Construction manager:

Arch. Stefano The Park



Arch. Francesca R. Mancini, Arch. Caterina Margione and Arch. Antonella Teases.



Works completed on the first school in Folignano (AP) (Subissati S.r.l.) Tue, 19 May 2015 00:00:00 +0100 Works have been completed on the new first school in Folignano (AP) and the official opening will take place soon.

The construction is for a building measuring approximately 1000 m2, entirely built from lamellar wood.

The first school numbers 5 rooms each measuring approximately 80 m2 and a teaching room of approximately 70 m2. The classrooms are basically laid out along a corridor, opposite the toilets, library, staff room and a few service rooms. These spaces alternate with outdoor green areas and portico zones.



The new school has been designed and built to "blend with the curves and colours of the Marche hills" and its aim is to stimulate the students' intellect, making the structure itself a "structural landscape" in which the colours of the rainbow blend with the colours, materials, essences and seasons of nature. Attending school is compulsory, a duty, but we hope that the architectonic solution offered can help make it a useful, pleasant and interesting experience for the young students.



The idea is the result of timely cultural, formal and technological research; the aesthetic improvement is integrated into the surrounding landscape, sustainably encompassing the technical detail through a useful "contamination" of the bioclimatic architecture. Lights, lines, natural essences and colours are the key points of this "structural, cultural laboratory".

The portico, modulated into a harmonic form, seeks to determine an indelible trace of the intervention and its future development. Its design is the link for the evolution of the entire school area, which, in the near future, will be developing a multi-purpose gymnasium and another school building to be used as a nursery.    

The presence of the brise-soleil helps shield the building from the sun's rays and the hot and cold winds, making it a clear characteristic of the school in the territory. 



The projection of the unit is moderated by a series of sun shading elements that drop diagonally down from the intrados of the variable-height roof. Thanks to these construction details, the main perspective is marked out along its length and syntactically resolved; the functional study is on a par, which, in addition to protecting the glass façades of the building from the direct radiation, thereby avoiding excessive heat, also helps limit and mitigate the visual impact of the technological systems housed on the roof.

The expression of lightness is flanked by the accuracy of the choice of colours with clear reference to those of the rainbow, of high pedagogic and educational value and reflecting on the glass surfaces to create a stimulating spectacular natural scene.

Transparency is one of the key project themes: towards the outside, on the two sides of the classrooms, it brings the school into direct, continuous communication with the countryside, allowing children to fully perceive the passing of time and changes in light.

The fairly extensive façades of the containment walls to the north of the building, which take shape and consistency according to the wood used for the formwork, will be made gentler by the presence of reddish colour climbing plants, successfully mitigating the powerful impression of the development, exalting its naturally majestic feel. 




Outside, the green areas will be characterised by autochthonous deciduous trees filled with aromas and colours to stimulate students to learn about the nature in which they live.

A "green classroom". Useful for directing specific training paths for the institute and hosting visits by other schools relating to studies, outside. A one-of-a-kind in our area, to complete the excellence of the schooling. A structure forming the landscape, which is a culture of Marche, of our beauty. The real culture, that which seeks to optimise the cultural asset, which in our case is the nature and the formation of the student's intellect.


Definitive and executive design: Arch. Andrea Fratoni


Designer of the definitive drawings tendered:

Arch. Francesca R. Mancini - Manager of the Public Works Sector in Folignano Local Council (AP)


Proceedings Manager:

Geom. Enrico Massi - Folignano Local Council (AP)


Tender commission:

Arch. Francesca R. Mancini, Arch. Caterina Margione and Arch. Antonella Stuzzica.


Value of works: €1,576,058.00  -           Days' work: approximately 177