Publications

18 mai, 2021

Constructive solutions for the stabilization of a large landslide

After the presentation made in the IX National Symposium of Slopes and Unstable Slopes, held in Santander in 2017, we published in the magazine Ingeopres, a […]
18 mai, 2021

New Orbis Laboratory website

Soil and Roxk Laboratory From today our Laboratory customers can access more directly to our Geotechnical Tests and Control of the Quality of the Building Laboratory […]
18 mai, 2021

Empirical correlation of the shear wave velocity (Vs) with the soils of Madrid.

Orbis’s Applied Geophysical Department, in collaboration with Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) and Center of Studies and Experimentation of Civil Works (CEDEX) geotechnical laboratory, presents a […]
18 mai, 2021

Technical specifications for Ramming and Pull Out Tests in photovoltaic plants foundations.

Based on its accumulated experience in Ramming and Pull Out Tests for photovoltaic plants in many countries around the world, Orbis Terrarum´s In Situ Tests and […]
18 mai, 2021

Technical specifications for Ramming and Pull Out Tests in photovoltaic plants foundations.

Based on its accumulated experience in Ramming and Pull Out Tests for photovoltaic plants in many countries around the world, Orbis Terrarum´s In Situ Tests and […]
18 mai, 2021

#200 INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS!

We have completed 200 international engineering projects From Orbis Terrarum we want to share with all of you that we have reached 200 International Studies. With another […]
18 mai, 2021
flood assesment

Hydrological risks identification. Application to photovoltaic plants.

Floods cost more than 70.000 M€ worldwide, which evidences the need of an adequate and accurate evaluation of hydrological risks. Hydrological risks identification applied to photovoltaic […]
18 mai, 2021

Optimistic regarding the civil works

In spite of the publishes data of the poor growth of investments in civil works in Spain, more and more private clients and collaborators are transmitting […]