The water cycle is of critical importance to our daily lives. Unless guided by expert knowledge and specialist technology, development activity can have a negative impact on this natural process.
Our Water team combats these issues on projects ranging from small-scale, local design to high-level international water governance studies. Much of what we do involves mitigating damage to the water environment from historically unsustainable development and making sure that future work does not have further adverse impacts.
ELARD is renowned for its comprehensive and leading skills in all aspects of the water cycle from water supplies to treatment, conveyance, wastewater treatment, reuse and recovery, and return to the natural environment.
Water resource management encompasses a wide range of disciplines and expertise, including integrated water resources management, assessments of the demand and consumption of water for drinking and irrigation purposes, applied hydrology, simulation and modeling of the hydrologic cycle, legislation, river basin management, institutional and capacity building and water resources protection.
ELARD has extensive experience in water resource management and an impressive portfolio of projects delivered for national and international organizations, governmental institutions, municipalities and water supply companies. Our engineers, hydrologists, chemists,sociologists and agronomists provide our clients with up-to-date knowledge and hands-on experience in the implementation of water resources management to improve and safeguard our water for the future.
ELARD provides engineering services to both government and private sector clients since the company began with water and wastewater engineering work in 1988. E2 provides a broad range of professional / technical services from initial project planning and feasibility studies through construction management, project management and operational guidance.
ELARD has the expertise to provide innovative and cost-effective engineering solutions to address the needs of the water, wastewater markets. Water is the lifeblood of our communities, and our expertise ranges from addressing the water resource needs of growing populations, to pipeline, water supply and wastewater network design and other infrastructure, (such as dams, treatment plants), to the implementation of emerging technologies to address your most complex issues.
The engineering services provided includes: