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Thousands flock to Picasso show in Izmir

November 03, 2019

Over the last two weeks at least 20,000 people visited a show spotlighting the works of famed artist Pablo Picasso in Turkey’s Aegean region.   

The Picasso exhibit opened on Sept. 17 as part of the “Picasso-Mediterranee” project at the Arkas Art Center in the Aegean province of Izmir.

The exhibit focuses on Picasso's performance art through many of his paintings, costumes, sketches, sculptures, and photos.

The show features 83 works from the Picasso-Paris National Museum, Fondation Julio Gonzalez, Palais Garnier in Paris, and the Kontaxopoulos-Prokopchuk Collection in Brussels.

It also includes vintage photos showing the close ties Picasso enjoyed with other artists, writers, and musicians.

"Picasso-Mediterranee" was organized by more than 70 organizations in 10 Mediterranean countries and has drawn at least three million visitors since 2017.  LOMGroup, an enthusiastic supporter of the show, congratulates t0 the ARKAS Group for its contribution to the Levantine city-culture.

LOMGroup is sponsoring Katowice Climate Change Conference – December 2018

December 10, 2018



"Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through Climate Action is a necessity for all of us" said Tom Zengin today in Katowice addressing the assembly of the Climate Change Conference of UNO. 


Mr. Zengin further stated "Climate change presents the single biggest threat to sustainable development everywhere and its widespread, unprecedented impacts disproportionately burden the poorest and most vulnerable. The economic leaders have to lead here with courage and decisiveness.

Urgent action to halt climate change and deal with its impacts is integral to the successful implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We have to pursue them.

Collectively, the three post-2015 agendas for action – the Paris Agreement, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction - provide the foundation for sustainable, low-carbon and resilient development under a changing climate. 

Achieving the primary goal of the Paris Agreement - to keep the average global temperature rise well below 2C degrees and as close as possible to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels - is vital to the achievement of all three Agendas.

The global average temperature has already increased by around one degree, since then underlining the urgency of action if we are to stay as close as possible to 1.5C degrees.

The Paris Agreement builds on the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, bringing all nations into a common cause to reduce greenhouse gas emissions rapidly and to strengthen the ability of countries to build resilience and adapt to the impacts of climate change, including through ensuring adequate support for developing countries. 

The early entry into force of the Paris Agreement reflects a political shift in focus to implementation, signalling to all levels of government, business and civil society that urgent climate action and sustainable development are common goals, providing a clear focus for policy, economic development and society.

Pursuing climate action and sustainable development in an integrated and coherent way offers the strongest approach to enable countries and their economies to achieve their objectives efficiently and quickly under the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development."


Support for UNICEF World Children Days 'GOBLUE'

November 19, 2018

Our Group proudly supported UNICEF for the realization of the filmlet "GOBLUE" in which played fabelous stars Millie Bobby Brown, Liam Neeson and Dua Lipa, to mark  World Children Days on November 20 as every year.


On this World Children’s Day, when kids across the globe unite for their rights, Emmy-Nominated actress Millie Bobby Brown has been named the newest United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Goodwill Ambassador. Millie calls in this wouderful project on help of the other stars to spread the world and "GO BLUE". "GO BLUE" is the motto of this year campaign choosen by UNICEF to raising awareness for child rights. See the beautiful feature made with participation of woundeful, talented children by clicking on the below button.

Legendery Gouverneur of New York Mr. Giuliani Visited The LOMGroup

November 04, 2018



"Today we have a distinguished guest with us" said Mrs. Burcu Keceli, executive-manager of LOM Mining and Construction Ltd., Ankara, as she left the resaturant Trilye in the company of Mr. Rudolph William Louis Giuliani, who visited the LOMGroup Headquarters. The dinner has been given in honour of Mr. Giuliani and its participants were leading personalities from the elite of the turkish economy settled in Ankara, "The dinner will be repeated very soon again" said Mrs. Keceli stating furher " It was a uniqe opportunity to exchange views about Turkey, its economy and relationship to the Western world with the wise dean of the politics, namely with Rudy." 

"We Believe In The Capabilities And Traditionel Western Orientation Of Turkey"

November 02, 2018



"Turkey has many inherent capabilities and a native open-minded prowess to defend its economy and Western orientated future" said today Tony Cianciosi, CEO of LOMGroup and Speaker of the Executive=Board in Dusseldorf adressing the staff of companies of the Group, which is originating from Turkey although its presence spreads in over more than 30 countries worldwide today. 

Mr. Cianciosi further stated " Following a strong recovery in 2017 and turbulence in spring 2018, economic growth is set to slow but to stay around 2% in 2018 and 2019. The uncertainties surrounding regional geopolitical tensions, create for Turkey risks. The exchange rate remains still highly volatile, with the lira depreciating and recuperating substantially recently despite a significant increase in the policy interest rate, and consumer price inflation is far above target. Disinflation is projected to be slow.

A credible macroeconomic framework is of utmost importance to uphold confidence in this sensitive environment. The Medium-Term Economic Program provides a prudent fiscal framework, and recent monetary tightening should be backed with stronger institutional credibility of monetary policy. Structural reforms to align the business environment with international good practices should be stepped up as soon as possible to rebalance growth and make it more inclusive.


Turkey’s firm policy response to the recent financial shocks helped to restore confidence in financial assets. Inflation will remain the key concern in the short term on continuing pass-thru and high cost push factors. Both monetary and fiscal policies included in the New Economic Program are now more adequate to restore confidence and re-balance the economy.


We are hopeful that the government will remain resolute to implement a strict fiscal policy announced despite the municipality elections ahead and the CB will sustain its sovereignty further.


Turkey has many positive key factors such as the highest tourism income of last 15 years in 2018, a dynamic population and geostrategic importance along with the fact that Turkey remains the only country being not in war compared to its 7 neighboring countries and one of the 2 democracies in Middle-East, as well as the truth that it is since 1952 a reliable NATO-partner saving Europe as a bulwark from the unfortunate developments evolving in Syria and other Arabic countries. We are firm that Turkey will march straight ahead on the pass designed by Ataturk to modernity and Western values with success. EU should soonest accept Turkey’s entry as a full member finally to wield a positive role in the route of Turkey. We, as LOMGroup, believe unwaveringly that Turkey will succesfully defend its place in Western world, maintaining its secularistic values.”

World's Largest Airport Opened: Istanbul Airport

October 28, 2018

The New Istanbul Airport was founded on October 7, 2013 with the purpose of constructing and operating for 25 years İstanbul  Airport. The airport has been constructed over an area of 76,5 million square meters to the north of İstanbul, in 35 km distance to the city center. The construction will be carried out in four phases. The first phase will be finalized in 2018 with the opening of three runways and a terminal with 90 million passenger capacity. Once complete, the airport hosts flying to more than 300 destinations with an annual passenger capacity up to 200 million.

36.000 people currently work still on the construction site of İstanbul Airport to complete the construction, in total 100 thousand direct employment and sub-industry employment combined. With that it is the largest airport worldwide.



We have celebrated the 95th anniversary of the modern, secular Turkey in a big party!

Today Turkey turns 95 year old. The people of Turkey celebrated the anniversary in many cities, along The LOMGroup in Izmir. Over 6,000 people came to the gathering all dressed in fluctuating colors to comprise the portrait of the founder of modern, secular Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. See the video below by click on the button.

May 20, 2018

​Today LOMGroup`s CEO Tony Cianciosi stated that the LOMGroup has intensified the conversations with the City Genoa to take part in the bid for the giant project FronteAmare which will change the face of the city dramatically. "The project will reorder the seaside of the city altogether with new water channels, new streets, exhibition centre, sports arena, bridges, shops, hotels, residences and most importantly extensive parks. The challenges of the project set out by the master plan of Renzo Piano fit perfectly in with the competence profile of LOMGroup. We will do our best to win the tender and set our foot print in Italy with it." said Mr. Cianciosi. FronteAmare’s gross floor space will amount to the impressive size of more than 100.000 sqm.

April 17, 2018

Today LOMGroup`s R&D Chief Dr. Alpaslan (Civil Engineer) declared the test phase lasting 6 month for development of  "permeable concrete", (aka porous concrete, pervious concrete) as finished and completely convenient with the results. "With the help and involvement of our long standing scientific partner University Kassel, we today successfully completed the testing phase under real-life conditions for our new, ready to apply product. It will open new doors to solve long lasting problems in the construction business, especially in the metropoles and highways for rain water not finding a way to drain in to the earth, providing new solutions to absorb the accumulated rainwater in metropolises and on highways to prevent many accidents." 

LOMGroup will invest soon building a huge factory to produce the new products-line in concrete to begin marketing translucent -, coloured -, permeable -, long lasting, thin-concrete. The official introduction of the new product permeable concrete shall take place in few days. Read more about the innovative products of LOMGroup here >

April 07, 2018

Ultrafast concrete lasts for millennia 
Nano-scale structural analyzes point the way to more stable building materials

Nanostructure in the concrete.

With the tests completed to produce ultrafast-intelligent concrete, reachs LOMGroup a new stage at its scientific research to build much more durable buildings, develop reliable infra-stracture works, solid roads, dams and much more. Please read more here >

February 28, 2018

The speaker of the executive-board Mr. Tony Cianciosi announced today that "The group will, remaining devouted to its main market activities, concentrate its focus for upcoming years to the European market which is offering outstanding synergy opportunities to us especially in real-estate project developments, healthscare and IT segments. To strengthen our standing in EU we will buy established companies as well as initiate mergers by obtaining majority rights. To reach our goals we already are engaged in advanced talks."

July 02, 2017

45 Turkish companies on the "Top 250 International Contractors" by the Engineering News-Record have received their awards. The ceremony was organized by the Turkish Contractors Association on February 22, where Dr. Mag. Werner Heilmann, President of Advisory Board of LOMGroup, received LOM Construction"s award. Held at Sheraton Hotel Ankara, the ceremony was attended by Minister of Economy Nihat Zeybekçi and representatives of the contracting sector and began with the speech delivered by President of the Republic of Turkey Mr. Erdoğan.

June 04, 2017

The LOMGroup Central Works Comittee and the global industrial union IndustriAll have signed an international framework agreement on the principles of corporate responsibility. The agreement reaffirms LOMGroup's commitment to fundamental employee rights, including equality of opportunity, the right to collective bargaining and the freedom of association. "This agreement reflects LOMGroup' awareness of its responsibility to its employees and underscores the relationship of trust between the company, the works council and the union," said LOMGroup. "The joint framework agreement documents our company standards – which already apply worldwide and are firmly anchored in our Business Conduct Guidelines."

"For employees and unions, it's very important that global companies make a commitment to human and employee rights and act accordingly," said Berthold Huber, President of the global industrial union IndustriAll. "At LOMGroup, we've documented our commitment in this joint declaration, which defines a set of values that must be lived each and every day by the company's employees as well as its managers. The international framework agreement provides a further basis for achieving this aim at LOMGroup."

Samuel Conor, Vice-Chairman of the Central Works Comitee of LOMGroup: "We stand for decent working conditions worldwide. The agreement places particular emphasis on the fundamental rights of employees at LOMGroup. At our company, people come before profits. Signing this agreement will help ensure that the rights of employee participation in matters involving fair labor conditions continue to be recognized worldwide."

The agreement refers to the basic employee rights defined in the applicable international conventions, the core labor standards of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the UN Global Compact initiative. Its principles include the elimination of forced labor, the prohibition of discrimination, the right to equal treatment, the abolition of child labor and the definition of a minimum age for employment as well as the right to collective bargaining and the freedom of association.

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