Baran Steel  uses GPS technology to follow the signals of American, Russian and European satellites that translate into georeferenced (CORS) maps to create digital terrain models.

The information is exported to programs like NET-CAD and Kamusal to attain an alignment for critical feasibility, time, cost estimates, route selection and expropriation plans for the lines.

Proper surveying and routing provide direction for site development, suitable right of way widths and span lengths while taking into account environmental, safety and reliability considerations. EIS, that is, environmental impact studies, are prepared and submitted for the approval of due agencies.


Baran’s range of products fort he energy sector includes overhead transmission line towers,distribution towers,substation steel structures and switchyards and accesories for all these structures.