Riccagioia Vineyard Pole

2007 - 2008

The experimental farm in Riccagioia, the headquarters of ERSAF (Ente Regionale per i Servizi all'Agricoltura e alle Foreste), underwent a renovation involving both the listed historic buildings, which underwent conservative restoration, and the dilapidated buildings, which were demolished and rebuilt.

This company carries out activities in the field of viticulture, working closely with the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Milan.

BMS (presumably an engineering firm or consulting firm) played a key role in coordinating and integrating the various specialized activities required to implement the project. In particular, BMS was responsible for the development of the structural design and the plant design.

With regard to the listed historic buildings, the structural design included interventions to consolidate and reinforce existing structures in accordance with the principles of conservative restoration. The interventions aimed to preserve the integrity of the buildings while ensuring their stability and safety.

At the same time, for the dilapidated buildings, the structural design contemplated demolition and subsequent reconstruction, allowing for the construction of new structures appropriate to the functional needs of the experimental farm.

The plant engineering project, on the other hand, addressed the design and integration of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, and electrical systems, ensuring energy efficiency and room comfort for both historic buildings and new construction.

Thanks to the coordinated intervention of BMS, the Riccagioia experimental farm now presents itself as a modern and functional complex that can best support research and experimentation activities in the wine sector, without neglecting the preservation of the historical-architectural heritage on the site.

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