Geometrica has designed, manufactured and installed domes and space frames since 1992. The company has developed unique technology to build amazing, long span structures for architectural and industrial buildings. With offices in Houston, Texas and Monterrey, Mexico, and a global network of representatives, Geometrica has delivered domes and space frames in more than 40 countries in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Geometrica structures are used in sports centers, conventions, houses of worship, offices, industrial plants and covers for environmental protection. The construction is based on an advanced structural system, in steel or aluminum, and covered with materials such as glass, wood or metal. The structural system uses a very strong and versatile mechanical connector. Its resistance is the product of an ingenious tongue-and-groove pattern that allows the transmission of bending moments across the joint. This makes possible an unlimited variety of geometric surfaces.
This proprietary technology called “Freedome®” allows Geometrica to build efficient free-form domes. Of such domes, Geometrica has built the largest in the world, including Bocamina in Coronel, Chile, (207m), the Glory Sanctuary in Abuja, Nigeria (228m), and the four Nemak domes in Monterrey, Mexico (224m). Freedome® technology is used in China through a technology license granted by Geometrica to a company in that country.
Geometrica has several production lines. It has an automated factory in Monterrey, Mexico and another, its licensee’s, in Tianjin, China. It also has certification of its quality management system under the ISO 9001: 2015 standard, as well as ISO 3834 in welding quality, and EN 1090 to mark its structures with the CE seal required to export to the European Union.See more