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 
  • Consultancy studies, feasibility, tender or detail engineering studies 
  • Construction control
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Operational testing 
  • Operation and maintenance
  • Monitoring
  • Inspection 
Rafael López
Head of Division

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