Expound, Contrive, Conserve…

Sustainable Water Resource Management

 

Expound, Contrive, Conserve…

Sustainable Water Resource Management

 

Expound, Contrive, Conserve…

Sustainable Water Resource Management

 

Expound, Contrive, Conserve…

Sustainable Water Resource Management

 

Expound, Contrive, Conserve…

Sustainable Water Resource Management

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We need a collective will to manage our fresh water resource.

About Us

Aqua Geomatics is a leading engineering and consulting firm providing solutions to water resources engineering. Our dedicated team provides an unparalleled technical expertise in the field of hydrology, river hydraulics, dam safety assessments and floodplain mapping, and is equipped with state-of-the-art technologies to perform in-depth flood studies and analyses.

In addition to top-of-the-line analyses, Aqua Geomatics provides each of our clients critical information needed for risk management, emergency preparedness and strategic decisions. Our commitment to excellence, accuracy, and professionalism allows us to deliver definitive solutions for watershed-wide, urban flooding protection. We keep our clients a step ahead in the ever-changing world of technology advancement via an online story map. We also ensure that you have the knowledge you need to stay on top of government requirements and regulations.

At Aqua Geomatics, we revolutionize the field of water resources engineering by implementing a state-of-the-art GIS spatial data management and analyses tools, the familiarity with these has now become a prerequisite for success in engineers’ and planners’ effort to create a reliable infrastructure .

Authorized by the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario to offer professional engineering services

Services

Hydrology

Many factors can affect the characteristics and development of surface water systems. For example, geographical characteristics such as topography, pre-existing moisture conditions in the soils…

Hydraulics

If you’re dealing with an aging dam (or looking to build a new one), one of the first things you’ll need is hydraulic modeling and analysis. Hydraulic analyses are used to determine the flow depth…

Dam Break Analysis

Dams are classified based on a procedural Risk Analysis that determines the potential for loss of life, environmental, socio-economic and cultural heritage losses…

Dam Classification

The Technical Bulletin for Classification and Inflow Design Flood Criteria (OMNRF, 2011) and the CDA guidelines (2007) outline the requirements for the classification of dams…

Floodplain/Inundation Mapping

Knowing where floodwaters may rise to, whether as a result of a natural flood or uncontrolled release of water such as a dam break, is vital for land use planning and emergency management…

Geographic Information System

Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer based tool for the input, storage, management, retrieval and output of information. It has a variety of application including infrastructure, management,  …