Planning and studies in the water area are often part of projects that span across multiple technical disciplines, such as in the case of technical supply systems for a new urban district or stormwater management for a new traffic route.
But they can also be about dimensioning and coordinating pipe systems to find cost-effective solutions or building pumping stations to deliver optimal energy performance.
Sustainability is an ever-present aspect of all activities related to water, not least when it comes to climate adaptation for more intensive rainfall and working together with qualified landscape architects to find an aesthetically pleasing design for a dam or infiltration in a car park.
Today’s projects are increasingly complex and subject to rigorous demands that they contribute positively to the urban environment. This can be done by finding new solutions within existing systems, or by adapting new facilities to the existing environment.
All problems can be solved when there is access to qualified expertise in a multidisciplinary range of services. The best results are achieved when there is a close dialogue with the client and improvements in the project can be discussed and evaluated at an early stage.