Water Supply and Facilities Management
Water Source Analysis assesses the capability of a water body—in terms of quality and quantity—to supply water to a given area. It also determines the treatment process needed to make raw water suitable for specific uses.
Hydraulic Model Building and Calibration uses simulation software to design new water systems and to optimize existing water networks.
Supply and Pressure Management optimizes pressure in the distribution system using pressure regulating valves and/or pumping stations.
Project Management includes the planning, design, construction, commissioning, and process-proving of water facilities. These services may be availed individually or as a complete package.
Operation and Maintenance of Water Treatment Plants involves handling a facility’s day-to-day activities to ensure optimal water treatment. Activities covered include sample collection, selection and handling of appropriate chemicals, preventive and corrective maintenance of electromechanical equipment, and site caretaking.
Water Loss Management
Rapid Assessment refers to the study that determines the causes and sources of water loss, and identifies corresponding solutions.
Leak Detection and Pipe Inspection Services use advanced equipment to locate non-visible leaks in the pipe lines, thus reducing financial losses linked to water loss.
Network Maintenance Services involve the implementation of water loss reduction activities—such as leak repair, valve replacement, installation of new connections, and replacement of water meters.
Meter Services include assessment, selection, testing, and calibration of meters to ensure accurate and reliable measurement of water consumption.
Pipe Rehabilitation Services include the design and/or implementation of pipe replacement projects to eliminate deteriorated segments of the pipe network.
Geographic Information System Development
Design of GIS System Architecture involves the establishment of a database and data model of the Geographic Information System (GIS) to allow the collection and storage of location information with corresponding attributes, enabling multiple users to easily analyze and interpret business data.
Field Surveying and Mapping measures and pinpoints the geographical locations of assets for accurate map representation.
Digitization of Assets converts geographic data, from a hard copy or scanned image, to vector data. GIS-based maps assist in understanding the attributes, changes, patterns and relationships of geographic features.
Project Management includes the planning, design, construction, commissioning, and process-proving of wastewater facilities. These services may be availed individually or as a complete package.
Operation and Maintenance of Sewage Treatment Plants involves handling a facility’s day-to-day activities. This includes sample collection, selection and handling of appropriate chemicals, preventive and corrective maintenance of electromechanical equipment, and site caretaking.
Septage Management Program entails the development of a sanitation program for large areas. This service includes planning, determination of ideal locations for treatment facilities, design and construction of septage treatment plant (SpTP) and conveyance, development of operational procedures, determination of effective number of desludging trucks, and operation and maintenance of SpTP and desludging trucks.