Project financing 1 Spedali Civili Hospital in Brescia

The project involved the renovation and extension of two existing pavilions for about 20,000 square meters of new space dedicated to inpatient facilities for 154 beds, doctors' offices, outpatient clinics, a bar, and a library.

Catalyst Brescia S.r.l., a company formed by A.B.P. Nocivelli SpA, Elettrobeton SpA, Bovis Lend Lease, and the Designers, was awarded the contract to carry out the work.
The group was awarded the license in March 2002, following a competitive bidding process based on a project conceived a year earlier as Promoter. The investment amounts to approximately € 35 million. The license has a duration of 19 years, including 28 months for construction: work began in January 2003 and was completed in January 2005.

Meeting the deadlines and minimizing the inconvenience for patients and healthcare workers results from close collaboration between our project team and the hospital's technical management.

Project financing 2 Spedali Civili Hospital in Brescia

The intervention included the construction of:
Central kitchen (approx. 4,500 m2)
Operating theatre (approx. 40,000 m2)
Operating Theatre HALL A (approx. 10,000 m2)
Renovation HALL B (approx. 30,000 m2)
Cardiac Care Unit restructuring (approx. 500 m2)
Renovation 6th-floor HALL A (approx. 1,000 m2)
Renovation of Montichiari Hospital (approx. 4,000 m2)
For approximately 90,000 m2 of new space dedicated to inpatient wards for a total of 600 beds, doctors' offices, and outpatient clinics. The work has been entrusted in concession to FUTURA S.r.l.; a company set up in Brescia by the group that won the license in July 2009, following a Project Financing tender in which A.B.P. Nocivelli is a partner, Promoter, and active participant in the realization of the works.
The license has a 33-year term, including 78 months for construction work. The initial works amount to over € 150 million. A.B.P. Nocivelli SpA will carry out all the Electrical, Mechanical, Special Systems, and Medical Gas installations and will manage the ordinary preventive and extraordinary maintenance for the entire period of the license and on everything built.

Types of Nocivelli Group interventions and services

Traditional and special installations

• Independent and central heating
• Conditioning
• Temperature control and remote operation
• Sanitary water system
• Heat recovery and integration
• Purifier
• Firefighting systems
• Photovoltaic systems and solar panels
• Cogeneration plants for the combined production of electricity and heat

Electrical installations

• Transformation cabins for medium and low voltage energy
• Low-voltage distribution panels with integrated management and control systems, TV systems, including closed-circuit TV systems, smoke detection systems, intrusion detection systems
• Structured cabling systems, telephony, and data networks
• Sound and lighting systems

Air conditioning and ventilation

• Civil and industrial air conditioning systems;
• Use of alternative and renewable energy sources
• Integrated plant management

Energy-efficient installations

• Cogenerators
• Heat Pumps
• Condensing boilers and high efficiency
• Heat recovery unit


• Energy service,
• Heat Management Service,
• Facility Management Services

Petroleum products

• Distribution of petroleum products outside the network

Public-private partnership projects

Time frame: 1 year from submission of proposal

General Management

Identification of the opportunity through market research and analysis of local needs.

PPP proposals

TENDER OFFICE: Preparation of the
proposal administration documentation
TECHNICAL OFFICE: Preparation of technical and economic feasibility project
LEGAL OFFICE: Preparation of the agreement and collateral documents and business plan

Proposal presentation

DIRECTORATE: protocol of the proposal to the public administration concerned and interaction with the latter
TECHNICAL OFFICE: Presentation of the proposal to the Public Administration

Project approval

Interaction between the company and the Public Administration to adapt the project to the recipient's needs.

Declaration of feasibility and identification of Promoter

With the declaration of the feasibility of the proposal,
the PA identifies the proposing company as the Promoter.
It confers on the Promoter the PRE-EMPTION RIGHT, which may be exercised at the tender stage, a right that distinguishes and qualifies the Promoter's role in the PPP.

Call for public tender

The PA publishes the call for tenders with the Promoter holding the right of first refusal's proposal as the starting price.

Award of the tender or exercise of the pre-emption right and start of the PPP activities

The PA awards the tender to the highest bidder. If the best bidder is not the same as the Promoter, the latter may always exercise the pre-emption right by adapting its bid to the best bidder’s conditions and becoming the successful bidder for the PPP.