NUPI Industrie Italiane S.p.A. participates in the project to restore the road system following the disastrous collapse of the Morandi bridge occurred in Italy on 14th August. The collapse caused 43 victims, serious inconvenience to displaced people and merchants in the area around the collapse, economic repercussions for industries, cargo ports, passengers and tourism in general. Moreover, it caused the interruption of the road system, breaking the Italian region Liguria in two and interrupting the Valpolcevera valley along the north-south axis. The problem of traffic decongestion in the area where the partially collapsed bridge is located was already known and the works for the construction of the new motorway designed to double the existing A10 motorway in the crossing section of the Municipality of Genoa, had to start at the end of 2018. Following the collapse, the works have been speeded up to restore the road system and open the alternative route in the shortest possible time, starting from Canepa waterfront. NUPI was involved precisely in the works for the Canepa waterfront, with the supply of Ø500 mm polyethylene pipes S5 for the new pipeline for the transport of gas and Ø280 mm polyethylene pipes PN25 for the new pipeline for the transport of mud, a futuristic structure normally used in mines, that will transport debris coming from the excavations of the new motorway. This system is essential for the transport of wet mud and stones, thus preventing the asbestos that might be present in the rocks from being harmful. Canepa waterfront reopened on Sunday 7th October. The traffic opened on 5 lanes, two in the western direction, three in the eastern direction. The construction site, which worked H24 over three shifts since the end of August, closed 45 days earlier than scheduled. The widening of the carriageway will smooth the traffic in the area of the city invaded by vehicles after the collapse of the Morandi bridge.