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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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).
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."
Consortis’s Urban Planning and Archtectural Design team has been carrying out a project related to the 3D architerctural mapping of the building complex of the company “KTYP S.A.”, in the center of Thessaloniki around the Church of Agios Minas.
Networking for the “Observatory System for Preventing and Managing the Risk of coastal Corrosion of the Region of Central Macedonia”
On September 30, 2020 Consortis organized a teleconference on behalf of the Region of Central Macedonia (RCM) in the frame of "Development of an Integrated Observatory System for Preventing and Managing the Risk of Coastal Erosion due to the Impact of Climate Change through the Utilization of Earth Observation Data” project.
In the context of social responsibility and in order to keep you better informed during this difficult time, Consortis Geospatial's team created an interactive map where you can find information regarding the spread of Covid-19, both globally and nationally (Greece).
The data is updated daily and comes directly from:
• Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE)
• The National Public Health Organization of Greece (NPHO) Specifically, for Greece you can also find data divided by region.