WATER SAFETY IN FOCUS - A COMPLEX APPROACH, EFFICIENT SOLUTIONS
The integrated design of surface water management systems serves the water safety of the area.
Nowadays, we can witness the drama of a lot of water and a little water at the same time, that is, we need to be prepared for short and intense periods as well, sometimes with extreme rainfall, and for prolonged, severe droughts. The former raises issues of life, infrastructure and property protection due to the increasing frequency of lightning floods, while the latter fundamentally affects agriculture and, in extreme cases, the security of public and industrial water supply.
That is why it is important to see water as a resource that we need to manage sustainably. Our service helps our clients in this.
In order to develop complex water management systems for water safety, we examine the possibilities of treating the excess water and / or missing surface water generated by our partners, document the test results and propose the necessary technical solutions.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM US?
As part of our service, our specialists prepare the design documentation for the proposed technical solutions, participate in the conduct of the authorization procedure and in obtaining the necessary permits for its implementation.
Of course, our partners can also count on our expertise in the preparation of construction design documentation. Based on the completed construction plans, our specialists will carry out the construction of the drainage and water level control facilities, then carry out the test operation and participate in the acquisition of the operating permits.
- expert support
- full implementation
- professional knowledge and efficiency
- 25 years of experience
FIELDS OF APPLICATION
- surface drainage systems (ditches, canals)
- structures - dams, sluices, culverts, water abstraction works
FROM OUR REFERENCES
- Cún Szaporca backwater replenishment (South Transdanubia Water Directorate, 2016)
- Dredging of the Danube Riverbed (Danube-Drava National Park Directorate, 2015)
- Óbánya, Old stream bed management (Óbánya Municipality, 2014)