Geodesic At T-3Geodesic Techniques, a pioneer and leading provider of steel intensive structures in India, deployed over 8000 metric tonnes of structural steel while erecting Delhi's newly inaugurated Terminal 3 roof. The terminal encompasses over 22 acres of land and is the world's second largest in terms of size and the sixth largest in terms of passenger capacity. Terminal 3 is designed to provide world class amenities and luxurious travel experience.
Expressing his deep satisfaction at this Mr. Srinidhi Anantharaman, Founder & CEO of Geodesic Techniques Pvt. Ltd, said "We are delighted to be associated with the state-of-the-art Terminal 3. Delivered in 12 months, the roof structure of Terminal 3 was a complex design and required a terrific amount of innovative engineering techniques. Today, airports have become key public utilities in India and we are working on a number of projects in both metro and tier II cities. In order to meet the short timelines and design intent, these projects will be steel intensive and capable of handling a huge capacity of passenger traffic."
Current airport projects include, Terminals in Rajahmundry, Indore, Kolkata, Raipur. Apart from these projects, Geodesic Techniques have also built the steel portions of recently inaugurated Terminal 1C in Mumbai and the Terminal 1D in Delhi.
Bangalore-based Geodesic Techniques is offering innovative and technically superior solutions for steel intensive construction projects. Over the years, the company has built an expertise in the integrated design, engineering, procurement and construction process. The company has executed many prestigious projects across the country such as the Tamilnadu Legislative Assembly Dome, the TCS Signature Structure in Chennai, and the Mumbai Airport Terminal, to name a few. The company has six offices and currently employs 400 people across the country.