- Mobile debris fence made for US motorsport approved by FIA
- Swiss company Geobrugg offering leading fencing solutions to American markets
- Rigorous tests passed to achieve FIA homologation
Safety measures were necessary to protect the hiking path and visitors from falling rocks in the lower part of the Gorges du Chauderon.
On September 26th, Geobrugg proudly marked a significant moment in its journey with the inauguration of a new production facility in India. This significant milestone was celebrated in the presence of esteemed guests from the fields of politics and business.
Major upgrades to Lusail International Circuit completed for QatarGP full track resurfaced along with facility upgrades Geobrugg debris fences installed circuit wide.
After eleven years since the closure caused by rockfall, preparations are underway to reopen the initial section of one of the world’s most iconic sites and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In June 2023, we received an extension of the approval from the German Federal Railway Authority (EBA) for our Geobrugg spiral rope anchors and flex heads for micropiles as construction products for use on federal railways. More information can be found in our download center.
As of 15 June, we appear with a new logo and in blue color on our website. Geobrugg is a BRUGG company from its beginnings in 1951. This year, the BRUGG Group will standardize the appearance of all its divisions. Safety is our nature - BRUGG is our family News of 13 January, 2023
After 30 years of activity in South Korea, Geobrugg Korea will become part of the Geobrugg Group.
The maintenance and intervention center of the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) in Biasca, south of the Gotthard base tunnel, was endangered by rockfall, falling boulders and stone splinters. Over more than 500 meters, the entire plant is now covered with a mesh roof.
Geobrugg enables fans to safely view the action around the street circuit. The mobile debris fence system will ensure minimal disruption on public roads.
Das deutsche Bundesministerium für Digitales und Verkehr/mFUND bewilligte Forschungsgelder für das Projekt smartROCK: BIM-Methodik (Building Information Modeling) im Naturgefahrenbereich, mit der Planung, dem Bau und der Überwachung von Schutzbauten gegen Steinschlaggefahr.
Rockfalls endangered the Sissach-Eptingen section of the freeway, so the Swiss Federal Roads Office ASTRA commissioned a maintenance project.
In June 2022, the well-known Yellowstone National Park experienced historic flooding which caused roads, water systems and electrical infrastructure to be remarkably damaged.
Spectators to move closer to track at high-speed Wellington Straight. Use of latest Geobrugg fences gives fans better view while keeping them safe.
The city of Fribourg secures various roads that lie below rock faces with rockfall protection barriers. To monitor the condition of these barriers, it is installing 16 GUARD monitoring devices. With the new safety concept, the city can specifically and effectively protect the routes that are well used by local recreationists.
The Geobrugg GUARD reached another milestone. During the Ground Engineering Awards 2022 in London, we were able to win in the "Digital Innovation" category. Information about the ceremony and our product can be found below.
For a research project, the South of the Canton of the Grisons is provided with 31 GUARD devices.
Deepening a mine shaft is dangerous. Continuous operation of the shaft during deepening is required. Therefore, installing an artificial shaft bottom was necessary for impact protection at this mine (Przedsiębiorstwo Budowy Szybów S.A., Poland.
The cantonal road to Val d’Anniviers (Valais) and the industrial area below are endangered by frequent rockfalls. To protect the seven-meter-wide roadway, both lanes were covered with netting.
CONSIS enables geotechnical planners and contractors to assess flexible safety structures from the perspective of system developers and manufacturers.
Our debris fence barriers have once again proved their plural purposes. This motorsport system is also being increasingly used on roads.
Cajón del Maipo is one of the most popular attractions in the capital city of Santiago, Chile. It offers beautiful landscapes loved by the many tourists that visit it daily. However, this place is subject to frequent rockfall.
Thousands of people on foot, by bicycle or by car travel the Tremosine-Tignale provincial road for the splendid views over Lake Garda. Unfortunately, this route is characterized by high rock walls adjacent to the road, affected by fracturing caused by frost and rainwater.
The track section Andermatt - Göschenen of the Matterhorn Gotthard railway is crossed up to 56 times per day. In the tunnel portal area, below the Teufelswand (Devilswall), the railway infrastructure and passing trains are at high risk of rockfall.