Prelios Integra: First Employee Meeting at the Bicocca Hangar

Milan, 12 May 2017 – The first Employee Meeting of Prelios Integra took place on Wednesday 10 May at the Bicocca Hangar in Milan.

The entire day was dedicated to Prelios Integra and its recent development, highlighting results and creating the basis for the future. The day brought to light new ideas, positive thoughts and creativity: the various Prelios Integra working groups established new aims and shared skills. The meeting was stimulated interactively by gamification to foster dialogue and the sharing of knowledge, making the first Employee Meeting of Prelios Integra constructive and entertaining for all participants.

At the end of the day, the participants visited the exhibition space at the Bicocca Hangar, featuring permanent and temporary exhibits.

Nicolò Tarantino, Managing Director of Prelios Integra, said: «It was a fantastic day for everyone at Prelios Integra. Thanks to everyone for the passion they showed at this event. The messages we are receiving are full of appreciation and enthusiasm. We wanted everyone to feel able to make a decisive contribution: we succeeded».

In the first three months of 2017 – as notified on 11 May when approving the quarterly results of the Prelios Group – Prelios Integra S.p.A. achieved an income of 4.6 million euros, up on 4.2 million in Q1 2016. The operating result is positive in the amount of 0.2 million euros, in line with 31 March 2016. Prelios Integra has continued to manage properties equivalent to over 38,000 leases; it has helped clients to make disposals and/or develop their properties and has continued its consolidation in the professional/technical sector dedicated to third party clients.

In Q1 2017, Prelios Integra also received new appointments through public and private tenders, as well as by making direct bids. It extended its track record winning the tender for engineering services at TIM headquarters in via Santa Maria, Rome. With the client FCA Partecipazioni S.p.A., Prelios Integra carried out further technical due diligence on their properties in Germany and Austria.