What we do
Water engineering and management
Water is an essential and scarce resource, and its management is a complex task that involves and connects with a multitude of branches of knowledge. The evidence on climate change and its consequences presents a challenge for the planning and design of new water infrastructure, which requires a holistic approach in which aspects such as water security and resilience are key.
We not only work with a number of different types of water-related infrastructure, but also offer the services associated with the entire lifecycle: planning, design, construction supervision and maintenance.
Focused on sustainability, our human resources and technical tools enable us to rigorously address a wide variety of disciplines. Our staff comprises international experts in hydrology, hydraulics, territorial planning, agronomy and irrigation, dams, hydromechanics, electricity, economy and finance, as well as cross-cutting disciplines such as geotechnics, structures, and of course the environment.
- Integrated technical, social, economic and environmental studies
- Regional and national river basin management plans
- Drought plans, flood studies and flood risk management plans
- Climate change impacts
- River space management and warning systems
Head of Division
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
River Xingu, Pará, Brazil
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
River Guadiana, Spain.
La Rioja, Spain.
São Paulo, Brazil
River Júcar, Spain.
Cádiz, Granada, Málaga and Almería. Spain.
Tillaberi Region, Niger
River Tagus, Spain
Castroviejo Reservoir, La Rioja. Spain