Geosolving is also contributing to the construction of Metro 2 with the design of the geothermal ground heat utilization equipment planned for the stations and line tunnels. Read here (italian page)
Geosolving wish you a merry Christmas and happy new year 2023!
The Geosolving stand is present in the exhibition area of Iacmag 2022 at Polytechnic of Turin. You can find more posts about our participation in the event on our LinkedIn page.
You can find the new video-presentation of our company on LinkedIn and YouTube!
Geosolving offers innovative solutions for the exploitation of geothermal resources starting from energy geostructures. Not only tunnels, solutions are also available for residential buildings. More information on the dedicated page. Feel free to contact us for a free evaluation.
The new paper on “Strade & Autostrade” (EDI-CEM Srl, www.stradeeautostrade.it) is dedicated to 3D numerical modeling to study interferences between tunnels and infrastructures. Strade&Autostrade
Geosolving was commissioned by Autostrade per l’Italia to study the possible effects of a landslide on the A16 Napoli-Canosa di Puglia motorway. The landslide is located above one of the most important motorway tunnel. The work includes a geological and geotechnical study with on-site and laboratory investigations, the numerical assessment of the slope stability conditions and the arrangment of Read more about Management of an unstable slope along a motorway[…]
Geosolving is pleased to announce that the OPTIALP project dealing with the development of new smart technologies to monitor the hydrogeological risk in the Alps has been co-financed by the Regione Piemonte as part of the P.O.R. FESR 2014-2020 of the European Union. The launch of this project is a significant milestone for our company Read more about OPTIALP project: smart technologies to monitor the hydrogeological risk in the Alps[…]
Landslides affecting civil infrastructures such as roadways and railways are widespread in Italy. In this field Geosolving is engaged in the numerical modeling of a large landslide interacting with the Rio Bavera bridge in the Maritime Alps. The study is aimed at identifying the best solution to keep the infrastructure safe for the road traffic.
Happy holidays from the Geosolving team!