Amberg Group, a market leader in underground construction always striving for a smart use of space and GEOEG, a leading service provider for the design, implementation and optimisation of energy geostructures – located in Lausanne, Switzerland – are collaborating on geothermal aspects of underground infrastructure.
The cooperation covers a unique collaboration for integrated underground solutions for the energy management in infrastructures and other innovative solutions for cross-disciplinary challenges, to enable exploiting the full potential of future infrastructures.
GEOEG also joined the Swiss Center of Applied Underground Technologies (SCAUT) earlier this year, the world's leading competence center for the use of underground space complementing their expertise in geothermic aspects.
Based on over twenty years of research and development, GEOEG offers innovative solutions in the areas of geotechnical engineering, mechanics and energy to foster the multiple roles of underground infrastructures both as structural support and for the energy supply of the built environment
Amberg offers expertise in the complete cycle of infrastructure design, construction and maintenance for over 50 years. Amberg's extensive know-how results from more than 800 completed projects worldwide. The intelligent use of surface and subsurface space is always in focus. For Amberg's customers and partners, this combination of experience and knowledge results in an optimal cost and schedule efficiency.
Alessandro, Rotta Loria, CEO GEOEG:
"With this new collaboration, Amberg and GEOEG will offer unique complementary expertise for state-of-the-art design and management of infrastructures, comprising BIM management of projects and numerical analysis of the integrated geotechnical/structural/energy behavior of infrastructures."
Franz, Pacher, CEO Amberg Engineering:
"Amberg Engineering has been striving to further develop innovative concepts of energy efficiency in underground design and construction concepts in various applied and research projects. The partnership with GEOEG will make further big steps in developing joint solutions in this respect."