Imotec is a young and dynamic startup specialized in real estate in Italy. Born from the experience in the real estate market of Daniele and Gianclaudio Donati, the company helps who is looking for a home in every way, from city planning advices to design, from renovation to business administration. Green, research & development and exclusivity are the core values of the Imotec project and the guidelines on the path of innovation in the real estate market.
Daniele Donati was born in Rome in 09/14/1978. After completing studies in Italy and abroad, he graduates in Architecture at the Università degli studi di Roma La Sapienza, with a master in administrative law at the Lumsa University in Rome.
In his career he realized many important jobs for private and public companies and institutions as quality supervisor for Donati’s family enterprises. For the italian Ministry of Infrastructures, he contributed to many works and activities after the earthquake that hit L’Aquila and Abruzzo in 2009. As coordinator of the building companies of the Donati Group, he has been technical manager for the CASE project, for the reinstatement of L’Aquila’s courthouse and Santa Maria degli Angeli school. He has been technical manager for the reinstatement and renovation of the former Slaughterhouse in Viterbo converted in Pottery’s Museum and Carvit foundation’s convention center. He has been the italian designer for Belgium’s pavilion at the Expo 2015 in Milan.
Gianclaudio Donati was born in Rome in 07/04/1976. He graduated in both Economics and Politics at the Università degli Studi Roma Tre, and he mastered in public procurement’s law and technique at the LUMSA University in Rome.
After a one year internship in Behasa Six Construct’s cost control department in Dubai, he started holding manager and board posts in the Donati Company, focusing on relationship with banks, on studies and developing for private operations, for the coordination and realization of public works, for human resources and relationship with trade associations.
In 2011 he has been Vice President of ACER, the roman builders association.