Made-in-Italy floating docks that you also find in Dubai turn 45 years old

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Lorenzo Isalberti – Founder of IngeMar

IngeMar was born in 1979 from the passion for the sea and engineering of Lorenzo Isalberti, who determined to combine his two great passions decided to build floating docks. Thus was born 45 years ago a company that would become a benchmark in the field of building structures for ports and marinas.

IngeMar. From Casale sul Sile to Dubai

Since then, IngeMar has gone through a path of steady growth, transforming from a small local business to a world-leading company. From its production center in Casale sul Sile, Treviso province, IngeMar has gained a prestigious position on the international scene through complex, state-of-the-art projects. One of IngeMar’s distinctive elements is its logo, designed by Bob Noorda, a famous 20th-century Italian graphic designer. This brand has become a symbol of quality and innovation in the marine construction industry.

In recent decades, the evolution of boat sizes has led to a steady evolution of docks as well. While a 17-18 meter boat was once considered large, today it could be classified as “small.” However, although the size of the boats has changed, pontoons have remained true to the principles of solidity, reliability, and practicality that have distinguished them from the beginning.

Floating docks Albarella - IngeMar
Floating docks Albarella – IngeMar

Recent installations testify to its versatility and ability to adapt to customers’ needs. From the expansion of the marinas in Albarella and Piombino to the floating slipway for the Marina in Monfalcone to the latest realization of port facilities in the marinas of Tivat andManoel Island, IngeMar has made its mark throughout the Mediterranean and beyond. Its innovative solutions, such as floating concrete breakwaters, have helped improve the efficiency of ports in different parts of the globe, including in Gulf countries such as Dubai, Oman, and Kuwait.

Floating slide Monfalcone - Ingemar
Floating slide Monfalcone – Ingemar

But the company’s commitment goes beyond simply building marine structures. The company is actively involved in projects that aim to make ports more accessible and inclusive for all. In collaboration with Madeit4All and T1 Solutions, IngeMar initiated the“Marina for All” project, which aims to create port solutions that are accessible to people of all abilities, ensuring an inclusive and safe marine environment for all users.

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