Geometrica builds retail and industrial structures throughout Asia and the world.
Geometrica licenses its Freedome® technology to HHI of China.
Geometrica's domes and vaults are highly favored for a variety of uses, from raw material storage to worship venues. These long span structures appear from Tunisia in the north to South Africa in the, well, south, of this, the second largest continent in the world.
Geometrica's CEO, Francisco Castano, inspires entrepreneurs in Monterrey to take their companies to the global market. Read ahead to learn more about this Bravo MX presentation.
Geometrica is pleased to announce that it has received certification of its Factory Production Control system for CE Marking of its construction products.
When it comes to the Andes of South America, it's not hard to imagine the challenges of raw material storage. High winds kick up dust, punishing snow loads blanket the region, and torturous slopes render conventional construction methods useless. What's a stockpile operator to do?
Manufacturers want to cover their stockpiles, if only covering existing stockpiles was easy. Most were not designed to be covered and the mere thought of doing it sounds impossible without downtime and extremely high costs. The solution? Geometrica specializes in revolutionary bulk storage and materials handling solutions around the globe.
We appreciate repeat business! In 2002, Geometrica designed a 73m bulk storage dome for Les Ciments du Sahel in Senegal. This installation led to a follow up project in 2010, with Geometrica designing and installing a circular structure covering an limestone stockpile spanning 94m. Both domes have improved Ciments du Sahel's runoff and air quality measures and add a vivid touch of blue to the landscape.
We are honored to be inducted in the the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame. Our "Founding Father" Francisco Castaño, Sr., our Freedome® technology, and our CEO Francisco Castano, Jr. have all played a part in advancing storage and materials handling solutions for the mining industry.
It is a lovely port city. As Mexico's traditional and colorful gateway, Veracruz welcomes trade and tourists with friendship and warmth. But it is not as welcoming to metal buildings. Veracruz is a notoriously corrosive location. Host to oil processing and refining complexes, the city has a tropical, industrial, humid, marine, salt-sprayed, "ISO 9223-C5 very high corrosivity" atmosphere. Corrosion there feasts on metal faster than tourists on tacos. And Veracruz also suffers from hurricanes bearing in from the Gulf of Mexico every few years.