“What was a tragedy not only for Genoa but for the whole country must not turn, every 14 August, into a merely celebratory moment: in memory of the 43 victims, in respect of the pain of their families and of those who still pay the consequences of that dramatic event, and to which we address our moving thoughts, this date must represent a constant warning to affirm always and in all circumstances the importance of the culture of safety, prevention and maintenance “. Thus Francesco Miceli, president of the National Council of Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects and Conservators on the eve of the third anniversary of the collapse of the Morandi Bridge. “We hope – he hopes – that the great effort and resources that the PNRR will direct to modernize our country’s infrastructures will ensure works that are increasingly characterized by high architectural and design quality. The real change of pace and the concrete ability to promote an effective cultural revolution will be realized only if economic resources, technology and new infrastructures are at the service of man and his need to live in a healthy environment and in a context of Welfare”.
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