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MUMBAI

December 17, 2011

EPC World Awards Sumitra Iyengar

Congratulations to Ms. Sumitra Iyengar, on receiving the EPCWorld 2011 Award, for the Outstanding Women Contribution in the Construction & Infrastructure Industry.

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BANGALORE

October 04, 2011

Geodesic Wins Bangalore Airport Expansion Project

Geodesic Techniques, a pioneer and leading provider of steel intensive structures in India, is proud to have been awarded the expansion of Terminal 1 at the Bangalore International Airport.  Experts in constructing steel roof structures for terminal buildings, Geodesic will fabricate and erect nearly 7000mT of structural steel for this pr

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GREATER NOIDA

August 24, 2011

Geodesic Awarded Jaypee Greens Bldg

After the successful construction of the Formula 1 Grandstand roof structure in Delhi, Bangalore based Geodesic Techniques, has bagged another prestigious project from Jaypee Greens for constructing their corporate office in Greater Noida.    Spread across an area of 3,240 square meters, this 16-floor buildi

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PUNE

February 01, 2011

Geodesic Awarded Bridgestone Factory

Geodesic was awarded the Bridgestone Tire Factory outside of Pune. In concert with the Shimizu Corporation of Japan, Geodesic will be designing and building the tire maker's latest factory in India.

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BANGALORE

November 29, 2010

Geodesic Awarded F1 Grandstand Roof by Jaypee Sports

Bangalore-based Geodesic Techniques, is awarded a contract by Jaypee Sports International to construct the highly visible roof structure for the F1 Grand Stand at India's first F1 circuit in Greater Noida. Geodesic Techniques, India's leading steel design and build company, will build a roof structure that spreads over 65,000 square meters of area

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DELHI

July 19, 2010

Geodesic Techniques completes India's largest steel roof structure

Geodesic 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 worlds second largest in terms of size and the sixth largest in terms of passenger capaci

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