Eng. Marcello Giovagnoni

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Structural Engineer

Degree in Civil Engineering with honors on 14/12/1997.
Registration in the register of engineers of the Province of Bologna n. 5568/a.

Degree in Civil Engineering with honors on 14/12/1997. Registration in the register of engineers of the Province of Bologna n. 5568/a.

A few days after graduation, he began his work experience as a structural engineer at Studio Arco in Bologna, on behalf of Prof. Ing. Massimo Majowiecki.

After about a year he collaborates directly and continuously with Studio Majowiecki where he mainly deals with the structural analysis of works in reinforced concrete. among which:

Primary school in Pievesestina – Cesena, Tribune in c. To. of the Velodrome of Treviso, New buildings in c.a. of the Archaeological Museum of Classe – Ravenna, Structures in reinforced concrete and steel for the Faculty of Law of Catania, Two tall buildings for a hotel annexed to the Moscow Aquapark, Special foundations and reinforced concrete structures of Hall 16 – 18 Bologna Fair, Tribune in c.a. for the refurbishment project of the Stadio delle Alpi in Turin).

In the following years he expanded his professional experience also dealing with steel structures (“Calice” reading room for the Pesaro Palace of Justice; Cable-stayed roofing for the restoration of five churches in Lalibela – Ethiopia; Modeling for the roofing of the Olympiakos Stadium in Athens; Covering of the gymnasium of the E.Toti Comprehensive Institute of Musile di Piave).

Within Studio Majowiecki, it promotes the adoption of procedures for the quality control of projects, such as: schemes for setting up and controlling projects; schemes for the management and control of human resources; drafting of quality standards for the preparation of drawings and reports; automated e-mail management; project archive management.

Hand in hand with the design experience matures the managerial vocation that leads to the coordination of the structural design for some major works under construction: the final design of the Unipol Tower in via Larga, the executive design of the Rome Tiburtina High Speed Station , the final and executive projects of the Centro Congressi Italia at EUR – Rome.

In the last period of his stay at Studio Majowiecki, he began his experience as assistant to the design and construction management of the Museum of the City of Bologna at Palazzo Pepoli, which ended with the inauguration of the Museum in 2012.

In 2006, after about 9 years of professional collaborations with other firms, he decided to found his own design studio: mge Ingegneria Strutturale, expanding its field of activity to wood and masonry structures, non-linear analyzes of existing buildings, linear, non-linear material, geometric and non-linear transitional FEM modeling.

Currently he deals with:

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