Aiscat Servizi is a consulting engineering company founded in 2005 as subsidiary of AISCAT, (the Italian Association of Toll Motorways and Tunnels Concessionaire Companies) with the aim of supporting the Associates, by providing added-values services in the fields of road engineering and transport economics. Since its establishment, Aiscat Servizi provided its expertise to both national and international partners, by carrying out many assignments aimed at supporting private companies and public entities in improving management and operation policies of transport infrastructure.
Aiscat Servizi can take advantage from the largely recognised experience and expertise of AISCAT gained in 50 years of activity in the field of planning, design, construction, and daily operation and maintenance of toll motorways and tunnels. Aiscat Servizi relies on a very easy and simple organisational structure properly designed for quickly and efficiently implementing all tasks:

  • Strategic Management: Chairman and CEO, in coordination with AISCAT, are responsible for company policies, strategic guidelines and management.
  • Technical and International Affairs Division: Responsible for the technical activities carried out by the Company, both in Italy and above.
  • Administrative and Accounting Division: Responsible for administrative, financial, economic and personnel management.
  • General Affairs Division: Responsible for the organizational tasks of the company, including communication and promotion activities.


Our Talent in our Projects


11 July 2017

Western Balkans Summit

Italy will host the IV Western Balkans Summit in Trieste, Italy on July 12. The annual summit will focus on&nb...

19 June 2017

12th ITS European Congress – ITS BEYOND BORDERS

Aiscat Servizi will attend the 12th European ITS Congress 2017 organised by ERTICO – ITS Europe in partnershi...

14 June 2017

71st ACI Conference about traffic and traffic flow - Who drives the car that drives us?

Yesterday (13th June 2017) the “71st ACI Conference about traffic and traffic flow - Who drives the car that...