• June 2014

    Geodata acquired the segments design revision of the 10km headrace tunnel of the 150MW Los Condores Hydroelectric Project, located 270km far from Santiago.
  • July 2014

    Geodata signed the Pre-Feasibility Study, Feasibility Study, and Final Design of the Olmedo Multipurpose Project in the Province of Manabí. The objective of the assignment is to analyze the technical, economic, environmental, and social feasibility of a multipurpose project for water supply for both irrigation and human consumption purposes as well as for flood control.
  • August 2014

    Geodata started to work on the Matanza-Riachuelo Wastewater Collector Tunnel in Buenos Aires. Geodata was appointed by Agua y Saneamientos Argentinos S.A. (AySA) for the construction supervision of Lot 1 and Lot 3. The project includes the collection of wastewater with two major collectors throughout the Matanza-Riachuelo basin to the Riachuelo plant and via a 40m deep shaft and the 11km-long tunnel under the Rio de la Plata river towards a diffuser that will be built ...
  • September 2014

    The JV with Geodata was awarded the Construction Supervision of the Bar-Boljare Highway, section Somokovac-Uvač–Mateševo for a total length of approximately 41 km.
  • October 2014

    Geodata acquired the contract for the Basic and Detailed Design of the 2km-long tunnel bypassing the landslide at Km240 of the Interoceanic road which connects Peru and Brazil.
  • November 2014

    The Delcan-Geodata Joint Venture has been appointed by the Regional Municipality of York for the Detailed Design, Contract Administration and Site Inspection Services for the West Vaughan Sewage located in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario. The linear assets associated with this project and the pumping station structure shall have a design life of 100 years.
  • December 2014

    Geodata acquired the contract for the development of the Feasibility study for a downtown Ottawa Truck Tunnel linking the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge and Highway 417/Nicholas Street. The main objective of the project would be to remove heavy vehicles from the downtown surface road network to allow a long sought transformation of the nearby community to restore it to one that is more livable and safe.
  • January 2015

    Geodata established a branch in Toronto and appointed Ben Cottrell as Managing Director.
  • February 2015

    Geodata was awarded the Detailed Design and Engineering Services for the Main Eastern and Western Tubes of Alborz Tunnels (over 6km of length), and their connection to the Existing Karaj-Chalous Road.
  • March 2015

    Geodata has been appointed by EFE (Empresa de los Ferrocarriles del Estado – National Railway Company) for the development of 2 railway pre-feasibility projects. The first one is a 8 freight-dedicated lines in the surrounding area of Santiago, including the connection to the Bioceanic Corridor Aconcagua already designed by Geodata. The second one is the speeding-up of the railway line linking the cities of Santiago and Concepción for a total of approx. 500km of length, out of which 400km already existing.
  • April 2015

    Geodata is part of the design team of one of the three shortlisted firms for the Forrestfield-Airport Railway Link in Perth. The 8.5km-long project will connect the Midland line to Forrestfield, running underground in twin bored tunnels underneath the Swan River, Tonkin Highway and Perth International Airport.
  • April 2015

    Geodata was awarded the Design Review and preparation of Bidding Documents for the Design and Build Contracts of the Proposed New Mutwal and Torrington Tunnels of Colombo for flood and drainage mitigation purposes.
  • May 2015

    Geodata was awarded the Construction Supervision of the 12km-long headrace tunnel of the Bheri Babai Multipurpose Project. The project plans to transfer water to irrigate 60,000Ha farmland in Bardiya and Banke regions and supply 480GWH electricity per annum, involving the supply and construction of a 12km water tunnel. This project is a mile-stone for the country: in fact, for the first time a TBM will be used in Nepal. Geodata is proud to be directly involved in the project and to contribute to this page of tunnelling history in Nepal.
  • June 2015

    Ende (Empresa Nacional de Electricidad ) and Geodata signed a contract to design the 1600-3000MW El Bala Hydroelectric Project. El Bala will be one of the largest HPP project in the world and it would use waters from the Beni River which crosses the department of La Paz. The studies will determine if it is feasible to build only one large facility or a series of smaller ones. The project, together with other hydroelectric projects located in the department of Cochabamba, belongs to the Government’s plan to export surplus electricity.
  • July 2015

    Geodata was awarded the Construction Supervision of the Catania Metro Line – Section Nesima-Misterbianco Center.
  • August 2015

    Geodata, together with the local partner, was awarded the contract for the Feasibility Study for New Rail Link between Peshawar and Jalalabad.
  • September 2015

    Geodata has been awarded a prestigious contract with the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MORTH) for the Development of the MCA (Model Concession Agreement) and Enabling Framework for Tunneling Projects.
  • October 2015

    Geodata back to cooperate with EPMAP (Empresa Publica de Agua Potable de Quito) for the design of the 40km power line between Paluguillo and Bellavista. This is the most important Project for water supply in Quito and it includes the Feasibility Study and Final design of the aqueduct, considering various alternatives for alignement and distribution.
  • November 2015

    Geodata has been appointed by EFE (Empresa Ferrocarril del Estado) to develop the Final and Detailed Design and Construction Supervision for the comprehensive upgrading of the Santiago–Batuco railway segment. The project length is 26km from Quinta Normal metro station to Batuco Station. In addition, Geodata will carry out the conceptual designs for two extension projects to Chicureo and Til Til.
  • November 2015

    Geodata together with its Chinese partner has been awarded the contract for Construction Supervision of Lot 8 of the so-called "Shang-He-Hang Railway Line". This new high-speed railway line, starting from Shangqiu in the north in Henan province, passing through Haozhou, Fuyang, Huainan, Hefei, Wuhu, Xuancheng, entering Zhejiang province by Huzhou, and reaching its final destination of Hangzhou Railway, is approximately 795 km, of which 618 km is new construction, which is divided in 11 Lots for construction and supervision. The target design speed of this line is 350 km/h, with a minimum headway of 3 minutes and all trains of the EMU type. The implementation of this line will take 5 years.
  • December 2015

    Geodata, together with its Chinese partner, has been awarded the contract for the Construction Supervision of Lot 8 of the new high-speed railway line called “Beijing to Shenyang Passenger Railway Line (Beijing Section)”. The approximate 10km-long project develops in the metropolitan area of Beijing and it includes two tunnels (3.84km and 4.16km-long respectively), which will be excavated by means of shield-TBM.
  • December 2015

    Geodata, together with its international and local partners, was awarded the contract for General Consultancy Services for design, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of the complete Lucknow Metro Rail Project North-South Corridor (Phase-1A). North-South corridor of Lucknow Metro Rail Project starts from CCS airport and ends at Munshi Pulia. Overall length of corridors is 22.878 km out of which 19.438 km is elevated and remaining 3.44 km is underground.


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