15.000m2 for Transalliance

2013 - 2022



15.000m2 for Transalliance

Transalliance was one of the first companies to invest in the new Eurohub logistics site developed by the Luxembourg government to position Luxembourg as an intercontinental logistics platform in Europe.

The company commissioned Felix Giorgetti to build a first hall of 15,000 m2 in 2013 and an extension of 20,000m2 in 2020.

In 2013, the transport and logistics company commissioned Felix Giorgetti to build a new logistics center of 10,000m2, an administrative building of 1,850m2, a "cross dock" area, and a warehouse of about 2,730m2.


Logistics center


Office building



Complete coordination

The mission included earthworks, structural work and fitting out.

Bituminous shale

The main challenge of the project was the nature of the soil. In the south of the country, it is made up of bituminous shale, also known as swelling shale, a very unstable material that is highly reactive under the effects of atmospheric agents (water, oxygen and temperature variations). During earthworks, the shale is often stripped of its protective surface layer, causing an increase in the volume of the rock, which can ultimately threaten the stability of a construction. This is why our teams carried out detailed studies of the soils to allow the application of waterproofing systems compatible with their nature.

After 15 months of work, the project was delivered in September 2014.

Six years later, Transalliance has once again chosen Félix Giorgetti for the construction of a 20,000m2 extension.