Climate crisis is here
Climate crisis is the biggest influence in construction today. All our products contribute to reducing climate crisis in building and living.
Change must and can also be profitable. We innovate to both reduce climate crisis, increase efficiency, increase quality, and increase profit for investors, builders, and – most importantly – people who use the projects.
Accessible to all now
Our innovations and products are designed to benefit everywhere in the world today. They are not an exclusive showcase but a real solution offering equal benefits to all.
Utilizing recycled plastic
We aim to use recycled plastic in all our products. We combine 40 years of experience working with recycled plastic and we are always looking for problems which can be solved by it.
Reducing building material
Reducing building materials through more efficient design is the key to sustainably profitable construction.
Natural solutions are best
Nature is many times smarter than we are. We favor applying natural solutions over technology in each part of the building, from foundations to roof.
Resilience means longer-lasting buildings which means more value to owners and fewer costs in maintenance. With the climate crisis, resilience is even more important.
Must be modular
All our products are modular allowing easy use in all kinds of projects, from smallest to biggest. We do not make products that are not modular.
Workers must be safe
People in direct contact with our products must be safer than with any other product. We aim to increase ergonomy and safety while decreasing the weight and use of machinery in construction.
We offer a wide range of innovations for ground-floor structural elements, e.g. foundations, basement walls, ramps, or slabs, that simultaneously fulfill different tasks: minimize the use of concrete, create lightweight structural fillings, produce ventilated layers that keep the structure dry, and form crawl spaces for MEP infrastructure.
Geoplast formwork innovations are made of recycled plastic that makes them light, 100+ times reusable, and easy to manually install. They can cast any structural element in the most extreme environments and weather conditions, with significant savings in transport, storage, space, and construction time.
Our slab innovations allow a simple installation of large-span monodirectional, bidirectional, or flat concrete slabs. They are designed to reduce the use of concrete in slabs, which reduces the load on bearing structural elements, progressively improving the seismic resilience, sustainability, and profitability of the entire building.
Geoplast green innovations utilize recycled plastic grids for creating green walkways, green parking lots, green walls, and green roofs. By creating a layer of soil and grass on walls and roofs, they improve insulation, making buildings more energy-efficient. They also improve the permeability of city areas, increasing flood resilience and reducing urban heat islands.
We offer a range of innovative rainwater management systems for improving stormwater resilience in urban areas. Compared to alternatives such as concrete or gravel, our solutions are lightweight, highly efficient, easy to install, and able to adjust to any available surface or excavation volume.
Our innovative sport tilings are easy to assemble, durable, reusable, and suitable for different indoor and outdoor uses: leisure areas, equestrian areas, racing tracks, and an array of team sports such as basketball, volleyball, hockey, and tennis, among other.
In order to support an eco-friendly approach to waste management, Geoplast has developed innovative biostabilization and biofiltration systems that utilize recycled plastic to create perforated floorings with reduced use of concrete or without concrete slabs.
CEO, innovation, product design
Mirco is Geoplast founder, CEO, and product designer. He started exploring the idea of using recycled plastic in construction while still a student at the University of Padua. He launched Modulo, his first product, in 1998. Talk to Mirco about general challenges, new products, projects, manufacturing needs.
Chief Engineering Officer
Francesco was trained in Architecture and Civil Engineering at the University of Padua. He leads the Geoplast engineering and consulting team, and oversees all global projects. Talk to Francesco about your project ideas and needs.
Luca is an alumnus of the University of Padua with an Engineering and Management background. He has managed the growth of Geoplast from local to global presence matching Geoplast innovations with local needs. Talk to Luca about general challenges and project needs.
Nicola earned his Economics and Commerce degree at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. He has managed the expansion in Italy, Geoplast strongest market, making sure our products are always the first choice in Italian projects. Talk to Nicola about Italian challenges and projects.