Water is essential to life and how we manage this critical resource is key to our very existence. Clean and efficient collection, production, distribution and recycling of our water assets is a primary goal of all major economies. Whether it is the renewal of aging infrastructure or the delivery of new mega water infrastructure projects LogiKal has provided strategic and tactical support across the globe to manage the challenges associated with these complex endeavours.

LogiKal Project Controls Survey Report 2020

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LogiKal have held key Project Control positions with asset owner teams across several large infrastructure renewal programs assisting them in deploying capital and resources to get the best value outcome achievable. LogiKal have also introduced cutting edge technology such as 5D planning and Augmented Reality on new water infrastructure mega projects to better understand and manage the risks associated with the design and construction phases. This has also had the added benefit of dramatically improving stakeholder management associated with these projects.

From the complex Thames Tideway mega project in London to our long-term engagement with Western Water in Perth, LogiKal have worked with asset owners and major contracting teams to successfully deliver assets and renewal programs that have considerably added to the security, quality and reliability of water assets across the globe. Focusing on understanding and effectively communicating the risks associated with these projects and programs of works have ensured that the teams LogiKal has been a part of have successfully achieved their delivery objectives.

Like to know more about what LogiKal has achieved for clients on some of the most complex water projects in the world? Check out some of our case studies and then give your local LogiKal office a call and we would be happy to put you in contact with one of our Water Sector specialists to share some of the lessons (‘the good, the bad and the ugly’) we have learnt in successfully managing some of the world’s most complex rail infrastructure projects.