A geosynthetics engineering publication serving the global geotechnical community since 1999
Geosynthetica delivers project stories, construction documents, news, event coverage, and other practical and technical resources to the larger geotechnical engineering and construction fields. As a geosynthetics engineering publication, we focus on the proper use and selection of geosynthetic materials around the world. Our global website audience, which has surpassed 750,000 annual users, includes licensed civil engineers, regulators, contractors, installers, CQA professionals, and facility owners involved with geotechnical applications.
Key topics of regular coverage include waste management, mining, water resources, sustainability, transportation engineering, environmental protection and remediation, erosion and sediment control, specification, alternative energy, other affiliated design sectors, and geosynthetics-related construction equipment.
Geosynthetica is part of a family of geosynthetics-related digital publications:
- Geosynthetica – Our original, English-language geosynthetics engineering publication. Founded 1999.
- GeosIndex – Open access to searchable, sortable geosynthetic material data. More than 60,000 searches were conducted in 2016. Founded 2012.
- Geosynthetica Brazil – A Portuguese-language publication with a São Paulo-based editor. Focused specifically on Brazil’s geosynthetics market. Founded 2014.
- Geosynthetica Latin America – A publication focused on geosynthetics in the Spanish-speaking Americas. Editorial support is provided from Colombia and the United States with contributors from throughout the region. Founded 2016.
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Geosynthetica.net, GeosIndex.com, Geosynthetica.net.br, and Geosynthetica.com.es are publications of Minerva Technology, Resources & Information. Minerva provides comprehensive services including website and database development and design, webinar development and hosting, conference management, and association management.