GEOTECNA PROGETTI Srl
Design, Consultancy and Construction Supervision
 
since 1972

Geotecna Progetti is a design, consulting and supervision firm operating in civil engineering, which operates in Italy and abroad, established in 1972 by Dr. Eng. Giuseppe Baldovin.

The Company operates in the hydraulic structures and dams field (both for new interventions as well as for existing works) so much so that reached the milestone of more than 80 designed Dams, of which large part builded, combined with several hydropower plants, water conveyance networks for drinkable, irrigation and industrial use.
The protection and enhancement of the water resource respecting the environment has always been the basic element of the firm philosophy.
In this sense, Geotecna Progetti works for the energy transition both in the field of the hydroelectric generation (running water and with reservoirs), and in the field of the pumping stations, engaging in the study and construction of new plants and in the strengthening of existing schemes for public and private clients.

Regarding the underground structures, more than 500 km of hydraulics, road and railway tunnels have been studied and designed. The interventions in the urban subway and railway fields are also significant.

The technical services for large transport infrastructures (railways, roads) and the geotechnical sector are of particular importance.

In the last years other sectors as monitoring, environmental engineering, seismic, as well as EDP services have been developed.
Geotecna Progetti is directed by an Administrative Board composed by Doc. Eng. Ezio Baldovin, President, and Doc. Paola Baldovin, CEO.
The Technical Directors are Doc. Eng. Ezio Baldovin, Doc. Eng. Andy De Paola and Doc. Geol. Gian Luca Morelli.

The Company is quality certified by Kiwa Cermet Italia n. 4021-A and 4021-E, according to UNI EN ISO 9001 - 2015 for the following items:
  • design and consultancy for civil, hydraulic, transportation constructions;
  • technical services for geology, hydrogeology, soil and rock mechanics, geotechnical and structural monitoring.
In the Environmental Management System, particular attention is given to the management of waste and the reduction of all forms of pollution, promoting the conservation of resources and a controlled use of this heritage.

In this context, Geotecna Progetti has identified the following environmental purposes:
  • awareness of the staff with a focus to the environmental protection;
  • separate waste collection;
  • minimization of waste and reduction of energy consumption;
  • research for design solutions and technologies with low environmental impact;
  • promotion of the energy transition towards renewables.
Engineers, architects and geologists, in close collaboration with a core of university-level experts and a large number of technicians, equipped with BIM technology for design and calculation compose the staff.
The firm organization is very simple and prepared to face both the single steps of the technical problems and the whole cycle of a Project.
The professionals of Geotecna Progetti are Authors of more than 100 papers and articles for technical conferences and magazines.

The activities conducted concern:
  • geological and geotechnical studies and investigations;
  • feasibility studies;
  • preliminary design;
  • final design;
  • assistance during construction;
  • construction supervision;
  • materials quality control;
  • numerical models;
  • environmental screening and impact assessment;
  • consultancies and validations.
Geotecna Progetti is registered in the main international organizations lists.

Geotecna Progetti participates in a Consortium with other Companies for a total of 80 professionals.

Apart Italy, Geotecna Progetti has developed its activities during about 50 years in several Countries: Albania, Algeria, Angola, Bolivia, Cameroon, Chile, Congo, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Iran, Iraqi Kurdistan, Laos, Libya, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Pakistan, Perù, Philippines, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, Uganda, Zimbabwe.  




(Last update: October 2021)