The Summer 2017 issue of Waterlines showcases how Water Technology has assisted the advancement of a large scale aquaculture project in northern Australia.
large scale aquaculture
Recent developments and growth within Water Technology have also included:
- Formalising our commitment to the Geelong regions with the opening of our new office in South Geelong.
- Signing a Cooperation Agreement with the Jiangsu Engineering Consulting Centre in Nanjing to assist with water quality and “Sponge City” investigations in China.
- The employment of Brian Jackson to assist in developing local applications of the award-winning, web-based decision support system, HydroNET.
- Post-flood inspections of more than 250 waterway structures as part of Victorian Natural Disaster Relief and Recovery Arrangements (NDRRA).
- The new Australian Rainfall and Runoff (AR&R) release marks an exciting change for hydraulic and hydrologic modelling.
- Community engagement and detailed hydrologic and hydraulic modelling for the King John Creek catchment in Brisbane.