Ferrari Inaugurates Two New Buildings, Announces New Employee Benefits

A different sort of unveiling took part today at Maranello as Ferrari’s President Luca di Montezemolo and CEO Amedeo Felisa presented two new buildings: the new Company Restaurant designed by architect Marco Visconti and the New Car Assembly Lines designed by architect Jean Nouvel, winner of this year’s internationally Pritzker Architecture Prize.

With the addition of these two new buildings,” stressed the President, “we have completed the renovation of the entire Car Production Area that began in the late 1990s, and has involved the investment of over 200 million euro. Next year we will be going one step further when we begin work on the new GES facility.” -Continued

We intend to create a working environment unlike any other anywhere in the world. A working environment where safety and environmental protection coexist in harmony in facilities designed and constructed with the workers’ needs in mind,” added Luca di Montezemolo.

Along with the official presentation of the two new buildings, Ferrari’s head officers also announced a series of new services for employees and their families. These range from free medical/fitness check-ups for all employees and their children, first and second home loans at competitive rates, personalised loans for family requirements, and discounts on school and university textbooks. Not a bad place to work is it…