Designing and managing infrastructure to deliver clean, safe water is one of the most important things we do. That requires innovating responsible water solutions, developing environmentally sound and cost-effective stormwater and wastewater projects. We do everything from assessing, planning and designing efficiently to managing the required infrastructure, complying with strict regulations and providing clean and safe water services. 

Successful design, development and maintenance of our water infrastructure requires the integration of many disciplines. Viarium's water team has a wide range of skills that encompass specialized technical and advisory services. We apply them to everything from flood risk management and water resources planning to dam engineering, treatment works design and river engineering. 

We have developed our own "Water Cycle Design" methodology, based on our experiences in designing, implementing and maintaining water infrastructure around the world. This places an understanding of the local water cycle at the center of responses to broader local issues such as economic development, food and agriculture, community and energy use. By understanding and influencing the entire water cycle, Viarium has developed particular expertise that enables us to assess risks and help our clients take a strategic approach to water use and management. 

Viarium is known for its technical excellence in inspection, assessment, planning, design and project management capabilities. Beyond its technical expertise, Viarium helps clients balance a multitude of environmental, financial and water quality considerations with each program. 


  • Infrastructure condition assessment. 
  • Infrastructure asset management. 
  • Integrated water resources planning. 
  • Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling. 
  • Treatment and process modeling. 
  • Infrastructure and process design.
  • Drinking water treatment and supply. 
  • Wastewater treatment. 
  • Water reuse. 
  • Tunnels, conduction, collection and distribution. 
  • Seawater desalination. 
  • Dams and hydroelectric power 
  • Irrigation networks 
  • Watershed and ecosystem restoration, management, and planning.