Itasca provides consulting services for the design and back-analysis of infrastructure that is widely used by or for the public, including government structures such as roads, dams, subways, railways, power plants, scientific caverns, and ports.
Itasca provides consulting services to design equipment and tools for processing and handling of materials in agriculture, construction, and manufacturing.
Itasca provides consulting services in mining hydrogeology, contaminant hydrogeology, aqueous geochemistry, and seismology.
Itasca provides consulting services for the design and back-analysis of energy infrastructure, including dams, power caverns, wind turbine foundations, and nuclear waste storage containers, and facilities.
Itasca provides consulting services for the design and back-analysis of infrastructure used to extract aggregates, evaporates, fuels, and metals via quarries, open pits, and underground mine works.
The Forsmark site is studied in the context of the Swedish nuclear disposal project. One key step is defining, at the relevant depths ‐ from 200 to 400m ‐ a Discrete Fracture Network (DFN) model. The DFN modeling framework is based on simplified rules that mimic the kinematic processes governing fracture nucleation, growth and arrest (models are named UFM for likely Universal Fracture Model).
In 2009, the Swedish National Rail Administration presented a handbook with guidelines for the design of the load-bearing structure of rock tunnels. Following the merging of several transport administrations into The Swedish Transport Administration, an updated version of the handbook was required.
Le projet d’extension d’une cave à vin à AMPUIS (69) prévoit la réalisation d’un dallage de 20cm d’épaisseur sur un sol renforcé par des inclusions rigides.