Profile

LATTANZI has been working since 1972 in the building industry. Our activity ranges from the construction of new buildings to the restoration of old ones, including at times important monuments, both in Italy and abroad.Over time LATTANZI has developed a significant know – how in the technical and corporate management of important work,especially for public Clients, in a delicate and successful balance of tradition and innovation .

LATTANZI’s principal activity involves the construction of major buildings, such as schools, hospitals , theatres, courthouses, public offices of significant importance etc. and the restoration of entire old villages, churches and monasteries, as well as artistic stone monuments, decorated surfaces, paintings, woodwork, stonework, metalwork etc. in addition to the realization of excavations and archaeological restorations.
The firm has always stood by a policy of producing works of the highest quality, based on the guidelines issued by its Management and in line with its unflagging commitment to its Customers, Staff and Suppliers, as demonstrated by its adherence to norm ISO 9001:2008 (Quality), ISO 14001:2004 (Environment), ISO 18001:2007 (Security).

The characteristics of LATTANZI may be summarized by its founder’s inspiring principle:”Leading the firm by setting an example and finding opportunities where others see obstacles”.

LATTANZI is proud of its ability to gain and retain the loyalty of its Customers by maintaining close relationships with them and paying the utmost attention to all projects, regardless of whether they are large and complex or small and comparatively straightforward.

La LATTANZI has operated for:

  • Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities
  • Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Italian Ministry of Infrastructures (previously, Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport, formerly Ministry of Public Works)
  • Italian Ministry of Defence
  • International Federation of the Red Cross
  • Italian National Olympic Committee
  • Leading Italian local Authorities, such as Regions, Provinces and Town Councils
  • UNESCO
  • Private Clients