Our team specialises in coastal, flooding and heat hazards where we develop strategies, solutions and action plans to help Australian regions and communities prepare for the future.
We build resilience and capacity to adapt to changing environmental conditions. This includes the impact of extreme weather events, as well as long-term stressors, such as global warming and drought.
We partner with Local Government, State Government and other organisations who are focused on long-term community interests. Together, we assess risks and make effective plans to improve the capacity to prepare for, respond to and recover from natural hazards and climate risks.
Understanding how natural hazards impact our coasts, catchments and communities allow us to plan for potential impacts now and adapt to future climate impacts.
Proactive and effective adaptation planning can help mitigate these impacts. Water Technology brings together a range of technical skills to examine environmental factors and model potential outcomes. This information is considered alongside community expectations to assess strategies and solutions.
We use data-based evidence and industry leading science and engineering to understand risks and prioritise resilience and adaptation initiatives.
At Water Technology, we are at the forefront of global advances in resilience and adaptation planning.
Our team of technical experts understands environmental stressors, as well as the risks of natural disaster. Our dynamic methodology is built on national and international best-practice.
We consider the underlying long-term stressors present in the area, and the level of exposure and vulnerability in the local area. This information forms the foundation of an evidence-based risk assessment.
Our cross-disciplinary team examines options to mitigate risk. These options are analysed and prioritised, ensuring clients can invest in the most beneficial solutions.