Water & Enviroment

Population growth, climate change, industrial development and aging water assets have put pressure on conventional water and wastewater technologies and infrastructure. We help our clients find the right solutions to their challenges through innovative planning and design, deep knowledge of national and local regulatory environments, and a unique understanding of the alternative delivery mechanisms available in today’s tough economic climate.

Water management has become a great concern to municipalities. With population growth and a decline in water resources, local agencies have been prioritizing efficient water resource management and seeking solutions to reduce consumption and loss.

AMEC experts takes a holistic and sustainable approach to managing and minimizing the use of natural resources. We support governments, investors, developers, manufacturers, utilities, and corporations worldwide by mitigating risks, meeting regulatory requirements, reducing the cost of resource use and disposal, and creating strategies for a sustainable future.

Complete Services for Any Water Project

Our experts consider water implications across the entire development cycle, providing a complete perspective to enable efficient and effective designs. We identify issues in the early stages to optimize usage, spatial and master planning, to maximize land value, minimize project costs, and deliver sustainable long-term solutions for communities. Our water resource and maritime engineering specialists can also support your project.

Preserving Water Assets, Infrastructure, and Supply

AMEC experts works with authorities, utilities, and developers to preserve, manage, and improve water assetsinfrastructure, and supply. Our advisory services include water quality and pollution, the design of mitigation and restoration solutions, and continuous monitoring programs.

We also assess the health and status of wetlands and water-based ecosystems and devise innovative wetland management techniques, as well as designing water infrastructure and treatment plants. From renewables to traditional sources, we support hydropower facilitiesoffshore wind farms, and associated harbour engineering and water desalination plants.

Innovative Tools to Increase Efficiency

The scarcity and cost of water has made it a critical business issue. Our team has developed innovative end-to-end water footprinting and measurement techniques to visually display water profiles, thus highlighting the water-intense areas of a business, particularly when drawing water from regions where it is scarce. Our efficiency programs focus on areas where it can make the biggest material impact.

Efficiency programs for buildings may include rainwater harvesting, improved storm water management, groundwater resource replenishment, and holistic water re-use. We assess water use in the design, manufacturing, distribution, and consumption of products. Our green product design experts and online tools help reduce water use across product life cycles. We can also measure and implement efficiencies across entire organizations and their associated supply chains.

Technical Services for Water

AMEC experts addresses water challenges through advanced technologies and expertise, with our team of highly skilled technical experts leading the way in technological innovation and project delivery. From field investigations to numerical modeling and simulation, we give clients the flexibility to incorporate our expertise at virtually any phase of a water management project. Whether selecting from our specialized services to fill technical gaps, or using our fundamental services throughout an integrated project, our team of professionals provide our clients with unparalleled experience and technological proficiency.

Our field and interpretation tools are engineered to capture high-resolution data in diverse subsurface environments, providing reliable information to support critical decisions. We utilize optimal technologies for delivering reliable and cost-effective results, including:

  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Data Management
  • Aquifer Characterization, using Advanced Borehole Geophysics
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Geologic Modeling
  • Analysis and Simulation
  • Systems Integration