Our 2021 favorite posts
12 January 2022
Looking back on 2021, we helped a lot of clients build more efficient, sustainable, and profitable projects. Since yearly reviews are now in favor, below is a selection of articles that sum up our 2021 innovations, discussions, construction endeavors, and events.
Geoplast for school projects
While architects were trying to incorporate ‘the new reality’ into the designs of new schools, we were reviewing how we helped build them over the years.
Aquabox calculator is available online
We developed Aquabox Calculator – Geoplast’s new online tool for estimating the amount of Aquabox elements needed for your project.
Most common construction planning mistakes
Based on our experience, we gathered a list of mistakes that are fully avoidable yet persistently made in construction planning.
Geocross – our new paving product for airfields and drivable surfaces
We launched Geocross – our new flooring product for creating airfields and drivable surfaces on soft soil and existing grass areas.
Allianz Cloud – Drainpanel stormwater management solution
We analyzed the use of Drainpanel in the building of an efficient, high-capacity stormwater management system at Allianz Cloud sports hall in Milan.
Sustainability can be profitable immediately
Mirco Pegoraro, Geoplast CEO, wrote about investing in sustainable solutions and making construction projects profitable during the construction phase.
Sustainability tips for architects
Based on his experience in improving sustainability, profitability, and quality of construction projects, Mirco Pegoraro summed up some basic tips for architects to follow.
Aquabox stormwater management at Milan Bergamo Airport
Aquabox was used for the building of a high-capacity stormwater dispersion basin for Milan Bergamo Airport infrastructure areas.
Geoplast product versatility – more benefits from each product
Many of our products can solve different problems, offering great advantages to our customers and construction projects. We made a list of the most versatile ones.
Can sustainability increase profit in construction? open panel summary
We had a vibrant talk with our guests at the Geoplast open panel event about sustainable profitability in construction.
Make money by saving the planet
COP 26 was a failure of governments to impose regulation on businesses to prevent the climate crisis. We think the construction industry should invest in sustainability, not because of regulation but because it is more profitable.
Why we use recycled plastic in construction
Since 1998 we have been using recycled plastic to improve the sustainability and profitability of construction projects. Here we explained why it is more sustainably profitable than concrete, metal, or wood.
Contact us to make your next project more sustainably profitable.