Hydrology and Flood studies are often the first step towards understanding and managing flood behaviour, and our investigations can make sure that this crucial stage is not only insightful and comprehensive, but clearly communicated.
We have extensive experience in hydrologic and hydraulic studies, using a wide range of modelling software, including TUFLOW, our proprietary world-leading numerical model.
We apply best-practice approaches and often lead the development of industry best-practice methods. We provide actionable insight for developers, governments and communities.
When considering future events including intense storms and flooding associated with climate change, the ability to forecast impacts and plan accordingly is crucial. We offer specialist predictive services and software solutions such as FloodIntel to help communities identify and implement improvements to their planning and infrastructure systems.
We have a wealth of experience in supporting flood incident control centres and can offer valuable insight to emergency managers. We can use our flood forecasting software and assessments to predict likely flood impacts on critical infrastructure such as roads and to prepare flood warning communications. It can also be integrated with our planning model or used to inform traditional timeline assessments.
Our detailed flood risk management plans consider economic, social, and environmental perspectives. Our programs achieve a high level of acceptance from affected communities and other stakeholders. Where you must consider relocation, our assessments reflect all the complex factors involved and use a GIS-based relocation planning model to support execution.
Our experience of providing support at flood incident control centres means that we can offer valuable insight to emergency managers.
We use information from our flood forecasting software and assessments to advise of likely flood impacts on critical infrastructure such as roads and prepare flood warning communications. It can also be integrated with our relocation planning model or used to inform traditional relocation timeline assessments.
Natural hazards pose a significant risk to communities, threatening personal safety, damaging homes and infrastructure and disrupting lives. This risk will increase as natural hazards become more frequent and severe due to climate change.
We have developed a suite of emergency management options to help governments, emergency managers, and communities better understand, manage, and respond to natural hazards.
We have extensive experience assisting governments and emergency services improve the response to natural hazards.
Our past work developing warning and forecasting systems has ensured that communities have greater resilience and better respond to hazards. Our real-time support has helped emergency services predict flood levels and consequences and make important relocation decisions during disaster events.