Resp. eng. Cavallo

Through the use of numerical modeling tools, implemented internally and constantly updated, and ongoing research activities carried out in collaboration with the academic world, Gruppo Ingegneria Torino S.r.l. provides innovative solutions and a responsible approach to solving problems of hydraulics and hydrogeology.

In particular the Group specializes in treating:

  • – Landslides
  • – Flooding
  • – Soil erosion
  • – Channels and spillways artifacts adjustment
  • – Supporting structures of the slopes

 

The Group counts among its members scientific advisors, university researchers and professors such as: Monica Barbero (Geotechnics, Polytechnic of Turin), Corrado Fidelibus (Geomechanics, CNR) and Fabrizio Barpi (Construction Science, Polytechnic of Turin).


Competencies

Studies on the effects of natural / artificial flood

- Survey of areas affected by flood;
- Analysis of the potentially damaged infrastructures and risk assessment

Landslides in the Alps:

- Study of Alpine avalanches and their mitigation;
- Landslides, rock falls and debris flows;
- Assessment of the stability of natural slopes and excavations in rock;
- Problems of falling rocks;
- Active and passive protection methods; 
- Stabilization and reinforcement methods.

Partners

Administrations with planning functions at the Regional, Provincial and Municipal, Mountain Communities and Land Reclamation Consortia.

Some cases

Defense hydraulics river network of the Piedmont Region sponsored by AIPO Parma
Agenzia Interregionale per il Fiume Po AIPO

XX Winter Olympic Games Turin 2006
- Restoration and arrangement of the former SS589 road of Avigliana lakes
Provincia di Torino Area Viabilità e Pianificazione

Flood event in November 2010 in Varazze (SV)
- Securing the landslide in Rio dei Galli
Comune di Varazze

Hydraulic risk mitigation works T. Argentina in the City of Arma di Taggia (IM)
Provincia di Imperia

We worked for...

Administrations with planning functions at the Regional, Provincial and Municipal, Mountain Communities and Land Reclamation Consortia.