Liguria

Liguria Landscape

"Poor strip of land bordering the sea,
closes the barren back of the mountains;
carved by sudden rivers; vise
from salt as an anchor ring;
traversed by the farce; fought
from the winds that bring you from the open sea
algae and procellariae
-ara stone six, between sky and sea
rising, where the heat wave burns
aromas of wild herbs."
Camillo Sbarbaro (1921)

These few lines, composed by one of his most illustrious sons, well describe the characteristics of our territory, Liguria. In a land closed between sea and mountains, the Ligurians have historically shown a great vitality that has led them to establish themselves with creativity and tenacity all over the world. We are convinced that Liguria has a lot to say and a lot to give for Italian growth. In Liguria, many successful state and private companies were born and developed: from the steel industry to automation, to plant engineering exported to the world of technical traditions, to ports, to shipbuilding, to energy, to the innumerable full armature workshops. of creativity and desire to do. In recent decades, its strong industrial footprint has ceased, Liguria has rediscovered its tourist and cultural vocation (Carlo Felice Theater, Doge's Palace, Aquarium, ancient and prestigious palaces, the Sea Museum where our Branch issued its first calls on October 21, 2016) and the strong growth of technological research which sees as main actors the Gaslini Hospital and the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). But Liguria does not stop there, other important projects that will give even more prestige to our region are under construction such as the Scientific Technology Park on the Erzelli hill and the third pass that will connect the Port of Genoa with Northern Europe. the Museum of the Sea where our Branch issued its first cries on October 21, 2016) and the strong growth of technological research which sees as main actors the Gaslini Hospital and the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). But Liguria does not stop there, other important projects that will give even more prestige to our region are under construction such as the Scientific Technology Park on the Erzelli hill and the third pass that will connect the Port of Genoa with Northern Europe. the Museum of the Sea where our Branch issued its first cries on October 21, 2016) and the strong growth of technological research which sees as main actors the Gaslini Hospital and the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). But Liguria does not stop there, other important projects that will give even more prestige to our region are under construction such as the Scientific Technology Park on the Erzelli hill and the third pass that will connect the Port of Genoa with Northern Europe.

The "mission" of the Liguria Branch is to expand and improve the diffusion of the culture of project management in a land where ideas have never been lacking but have sometimes found obstacles that have prevented their realization. We would therefore like to get in touch with local realities, strengthening their skills in terms of project management and everything related to it: the means will be the usual ones in terms of events, aperitifs, webinars, also trying to invent news. Finally, we would like to collaborate with the other branches to help Liguria be a corner of a prestigious octagon: that of the NIC.

Directors
Mario Salano: mario.salano@pmi-nic.org
Francesco Giacalone: francesco.giacalone@pmi-nic.org

Branch contacts
Email: branch-lig@pmi-nic.org

Liguria

The team - (from left: Nicolò De Angelis, Francesco Giacalone, Mario Salano, Luca Rezzani, Giuseppe Guzzo) (not present - Sara Cavallo)