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Born in Negrar (Verona) in 1972. Degree in Civil Engineering from University of Padua in 1997. With Technital since 1998. Member of the Board of Directors.
Simone Venturini has a considerable experience in hydraulic engineering notably in the design of such works as pipelines, water treatment plants, reservoirs, dams and spillways, waterways and locks.
He has gained particular expertise in hydrogeology, groundwater flow and open channels flow.
His experience covers all design phases from feasibility studies, preliminary and final design and assistance during construction of every type of hydraulic works. Furthermore, his professional experience includes construction supervision and the management of national and international projects.
His experience is mainly Italian but it extends also to foreign countries such as Qatar, Iraq, Mozambique, Trinidad and Tobago, Bolivia.
Among the projects coordinated and dealt with by him the following projects are particularly worthy of mention: the Gela-Aragona aqueduct, a longest pipeline currently in construction in Italy (design and supervision of about 100 km, 2 big reservoirs in artificial tunnels, 4 high power pumping stations), the interventions oriented to extend the hydrological basin of Lake Trasimeno, the hydraulic infrastructures of the Valtrompia Motorway and numerous other important highways in Italy, the “Ferrarese” waterway starting from the Po River, the longest river in Italy, at the Ferrara section, and connecting the Adriatic sea with the Po valley, various water supply systems and sewerage networks), and many hydraulic works in relation to the environmental recovery of Venice lagoon.
Recently he developed at the head of about ten Technital engineers and technicians the detailed design of the diversion of Fereggiano river in Genova city. The tender of constructions was already published and the works are oncoming. This is one the most important Italian project related to the hydraulic safeguard of the communities and the settlements.
He is one of the most qualified experts in the groundwater flows in the soils of one of the most contaminated areas in the world, namely the Port of Marghera, close to Venice, in Italy.
He has experience and knowledge in different hydraulic modelling/design techniques and software including pipelines design, surge and flow modelling, open channels flow analysis, steady and unsteady flow, finite differences and finite elements models in hydraulic applications.
In the last years he has gained experience in the develop of projects in hydropower field, from the feasibility studies to the final design in order to obtain the concession.
In his position of Project Manager, he has coordinated very complex and multidisciplinary assignments and acquired the ability to manage and co-ordinate multidisciplinary study teams.
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