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Itasca Consultants S.A.S.

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Itasca Consultants S.A.S.

Phone: +33 (0)4 72 18 04 20
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Website: http://www.itasca.fr/

Centre Scientifique Auguste Moiroux
64 Chemin des Mouilles
69134 Ecully Cedex
France

Itasca Consultants S.A.S. (ICSAS), based in Lyon, France, was created in 1991. The four European offices (France, Germany, Spain, and Sweden) combine their expertise to offer a wide range of services in the area. ICSAS provides services in many fields of geomechanics: Civil, Mining, Energy and Material processing.

Our engineers and researchers team helps Itasca clients at all stages of the project: from the understanding stage through the development of collaborative research projects, to the validation of their project (complex geometries, phasing, and coupling effects), including financial and/or technical optimization. We rely on a solid expertise, dating back nearly 30 years, to help customers in the design of their numerical models.

Through a long and close collaboration between ICSAS, Rennes 1 University and the CNRS, a partnership agreement for the creation of a Common Laboratory was signed at the end of 2017. The “Fractory” Lab was inaugurated in November 2018. Its purpose is to develop methods and contribute to Research & Development programs for understanding fractured rock environments, through the study of Discrete Fracture Networks, and of their consequences in terms of rock mass macroscopic mechanical and hydraulic properties.


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