Fin ConsorzioDesign of large infrastructural works
Fin ConsorzioConstruction of Public and Private Works
Fin ConsorzioManagement and Financial Projects
Founded in 2004, Fin Consorzio is a leading company in the construction sector and currently operates mainly in Italy, while paying particular attention to foreign markets. The companies technical, organisational and financial skills and our vast experience acquired in the creation of great works place Fin Consorzio among the few Italian general contractors qualified to compete for the development of the largest Public Works projects. At national level, Fin Consorzio is mainly present in the markets related to major projects, public works (infrastructure, public buildings, port and marine works, natural gas networks, financial projects) as well as private works (hypermarkets, hotels, craftwork complexes), building renovation and in the construction of infrastructural works in general.
Excellence in implementation, respect for people and team work, solidity and transparency.
Fin Consorzio was born from the experience acquired by the Di Cavolo brothers; its history has its roots in Paternò (CT) in the 1990s. It was precisely in those years that general construction activity began for the development of buildings in the Public Works sector.
Today the goal is to merge the pool of acquired expertise and affirm the presence of a player with undisputed technical and financial capacity, great ambition and a corporate culture of entrepreneurial excellence. Comprising a group of four (4) companies, Fin Consorzio is inspired by the principles of sustainable development and leverages technological and organisational innovation along with its extraordinary wealth of human resources and professional expertise. Our team is focused on developing construction solutions capable of enriching territorial resources and contributing to the economic and social growth of the areas in which it operates.
We believe that major infrastructure projects help to create a better world for current and future generations.
From design to the management of large works