Customer stories


  • Project Centre: Designing drainage for a solar farm in the UK with strict requirements

    Tasked with strict drainage compliance requirements for a solar panel farm in the UK countryside, Project Centre used their brand-new drainage software to streamline design workflows and achieve the results they needed. Solar farms are sprouting up all across the UK, and this green transition trend has become a bright spot in the UK’s economy.…


  • Mapping ‘Flash Flood Alley’: LAN built a digital twin hydraulic model for the city of San Marcos

    Headquartered in Houston, with 11 Texas offices and 5 more out of state, Lockwood, Andrews, and Newman Inc. (LAN) is a full-service consulting firm offering planning, engineering, and program management services. They leveraged the power of InfoWorks ICM to model and protect San Marcos for years to come. Along the busy highway corridor between the…


  • CHA Consulting is helping Florida utilities meet ambitious reclaimed water effluent regulations

    New regulations are challenging Florida water utilities to tighten up and ultimately eliminate all non-beneficial surface water discharges. CHA Consulting has been working to help utilities across the sunshine state find the right balance and stay ahead of statewide deadlines for compliance. Many thanks to co-author of this piece Project Engineer Parsa Pezeshk, who shared…


  • JMT: Protecting the City of Charleston with the Low Battery Seawall and modern drainage design

    Consulting firm Johnson, Mirmiran & Thomson (JMT) leveraged InfoDrainage to ensure improvements to the Low Battery Seawall in Charleston will protect the surrounding community from future flooding. Charleston has benefitted and suffered from an abundance of water since its founding over 350 years ago on a marshy peninsula along the Eastern Seaboard. Although being surrounded…


  • Bonton Associates: Technology is their key differentiator

    In the heart of Louisiana stands a dedicated community of water professionals. With deep multi-generational roots anchoring them to the lush wetlands, they exhibit a profound commitment to the communities they cherish and serve. Darius Bonton is a prime example of such dedication and expertise within this community. Impeccably dressed at seemingly all times, with…


  • Consor Engineers: Simulating sophisticated pump flows in a closed system

    Whatcom County (PUD) tasked Consor Engineers, a water and transportation infrastructure consulting firm, with conducting hydraulic modeling simulations to assess its current industrial water system and select new high head service pumps for a proposed new water treatment plant. 


  • Putting the squeeze in sponge cities: Amsterdam’s Waternet and the innovative RESILIO blue-green roof project

    The RESILIO project has helped Amsterdam repurpose rooftops as smart blue-green roofs to reuse rainwater and prevent localized flooding. This project, along with other sustainable water initiatives like the Amsterdam Rainproof program, continues to position the Netherlands at the forefront of water management. We examine the details of the project, how our software is used,…


  • The City of Fayetteville’s flood resiliency in the face of climate change: mapping 15 watersheds

    You’ll find dozens of US cities and counties named after Revolutionary War hero Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette, but the city in North Carolina was the first – and probably the only one he ever actually visited. Originally called Cross Creek by the Highland Scottish immigrants who helped populate it, Fayetteville was founded next…


  • Davidson Water: Going deep with surge analysis and bubbling up with community engagement

    As a nonprofit membership-based organization, Davidson Water is entirely supported by the rates and fees paid by its member customers – no county taxes involved. Created over 50 years ago by enterprising businessmen who realized that this part of the popular Piedmont corridor of commerce and trade would not be able to host more business without…


  • Combining BIM and hydraulic modeling expertise to (re)build a better dam in small-town Brazil

    When the Diego Cuê Dam ruptured in the town of Caarapó deep in the southern tip of Brazil, it wasn’t only flooding that the authorities had to manage. The dammed lake, located in the Ayrton Senna Park, is an important recreation space for residents and is perhaps Caarapó’s only tourist attraction. The flooding of the…