Blog 2021 from GCF - Generale Costruzioni Ferroviarie
6 GCF-Transalp’s rapid sites for the French railways
Six big rapid sites in 5 French regions. The 2021 French calendar that GCF - Generale Costruzioni Ferroviarie is about to start with Transalp Renouvellement is characterised by many commitments, with Suite Rapide mobile workshop involved in the full restoration of some of the key French railway sections.
16th position in Il Sole’s classification of the Top 150 builders
Excellent 16th position in the 2020 classification of the best 150 Italian construction companies published by Il sole 24 ore. The data, processed by Guamari studio, confirm GCF as leader among specialised firms of the railway sector and underscore the optimal performance of Gefer that ranks 56th from 62nd.
Second level master’s degree: applications by January 15th
Over 400 Master graduates working in the railway sector with primary roles.
During its 16 years of existence, the second level master’s degree in Engineering of infrastructures and railway systems gained an outstanding “business card”: a placement of over 90%.
Industria Felix awards Italy in competition
122 Italian companies located in 14 regions and operating in 18 strategic sectors. They stood out for “management performances and financial reliability” and, for this reason, they were awarded the Alta Onorificenza di Bilancio prize of Industria Felix - L’Italia che compete award. On the prestigious stage, the only railway company, GCF - Generale Costruzioni Ferroviarie.
The acquisition of Delcourt group was concluded successfully
Perfected in the last few weeks, the acquisition transaction by GCF - Generale Costruzioni Ferroviarie of Delcourt Group, famous ‘’signature’’ company operating in the French railway sector, was concluded successfully. The strategic transaction falls within the progressive consolidation project establishing the presence of Rossi Group on the market across the Alps.
The renewal sites are of “priority and of national interest”
The French lockdown does not stop Suite Rapide. The restrictive measures issued by the French government to face the second wave of Covid-19, indeed, do not include the works of the railway sites classified by SNCF as of ‘’priority and of national interest”.