Permasteelisa S.p.A.

Viale E. Mattei 21/23



+390438 505000





Permasteelisa Group is a worldwide leading Contractor in engineering, project management, manufacturing and installation of architectural envelopes and interior systems.

The Group brings its Know-How and expertise to all projects, in particular when dealing with Special Features Buildings, beginning with the design development phases all the way to the successful completion, achieving the customer's expectations. Today, Permasteelisa is a global integrated Group present in four continents with a network of over 50 companies in more than 30 countries, generating a total turnover of around 1.5 billion euro a year.

The Group employs more than 6,000 people worldwide in its Engineering & Design centers and in the 10 manufacturing plants equipped with the most modern and advanced technologies. The mission of the Permasteelisa Group is to design and build innovative and avant-garde architectural works alongside the world’s greatest in contemporary architecture, by using advanced technologies and eco-sustainable solutions.

The quality of our architectural envelopes and interiors is guaranteed by our rigorous quality control system.

Besides, it's constantly improved through R&D in new design and construction technologies and through the use of innovative materials.

The use of environmentally friendly materials and eco-sustainable processes, as well as our commitment in energy saving, protect the environment and make the buildings themselves more comfortable and efficient. Among Permasteelisa Group's projects are some world-renowned contemporary architectural works, such as the Sydney Opera House (the first building to make extensive use of the curtain walls), the Eight Spruce Street (a.k.a.

Beekman Tower) in NYC, The Shard and 20 Fenchurch Street in London, the Unicredit Tower in Milan and Intesa Sanpaolo HQ in Turin, as well as the revolutionary Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the extraordinary Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.