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PROJECTS

Consortis has undertaken more than 500 projects across Greece in a wide and complex variety of applications and situations, increasing its capabilities and resulting in the creation of a strong and flexible working process that provides high quality services, so as to meet all kinds of technical and aesthetic specifications.

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Earthquake Observatory of Greece | Elassona

9/3/2021

Sentinel-1 data from the @CopernicusEu have been used to derive the co-seismic ground motion after the M6.0 earthquake close to Elassona (Greece), that took place on 03/03/2021. The earthquake was quite severe leading to several damages in the area.

The estimated subsidence phenomena in the area reached about -38cm in the Line of Sight of the satellites.

 

ANNUAL REPORT 2020 | CONSORTIS

23/2/2021
We are grateful as a company, for the past year. Despite the difficulties and the unexpected developments, Consortis took remarkable steps forward, which contributed, both to the development of the company as a whole, but also towards the development of the specialized partners that constitute the backbone of Consortis.

Sustainable Engineering and what it has to offer

26/1/2021

Sustainable engineering and environmentally friendly projects include the use of resources in a way that does not endanger the environment and destroy materials which are going to be used by future generations (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 2021).

 

Flood Protection: Why solutions are more important than ever

12/1/2021

Engineers play an important role in understanding climate change and in creating the necessary infrastructure to help address its consequences. That is why sustainability is a core value of Consortis.

According to the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR):

"Climate-related disasters accounted for 91% of all recorded disasters between 1998 and 2017."