With water management there are 2 paths to follow:
A PROPER ANALYSIS
Hydrogold provides an accurate analysis of different climate and water management scenarios. This saves you the high cost of over protection while giving you the comfort of mind, knowing that sufficient provision has been made.
A secure water supply also enhances the value of the development. As an Owner, you do not want the problems of water shortages; nor do potential buyers.
TRIAL AND ERROR
The alternative is to guess. You can take the risk or provide the more expensive contingencies to over design.
Hydrogold's water management model allows us to test many scenarios using a mathematical model. It is quicker and cheaper to test mathematical models than to run real life experiments on your projects. The cost of the study could be saved (typically many times over) in the excavation of a small lake or the sale of 1 more block of real estate.
SAMPLE WATER MANAGEMENT REPORT
WATER MANAGEMENT PROJECTS:
|Bali Golf & Country Club||Bali, Indonesia||Lake water quality and circulation system.|
|Belle Mare Plage Resort||Mauritius||The study covered the integrated water management requirements for a 36-Hole Golf Course, a separate 9-Hole Course, 2 Hotels and Sugar Cane fields. Included the design of an extensive water transfer system stretching over many kilometres consisting of 3 transfer pump stations and a gravity feed line.|
|Cheju Adonis Golf Course||Korea||Water management analysis.|
|Dalit Bay Golf & Country Club||Malaysia||Coastal golf course water management analysis including evaluation of lake lining cost versus water cost.|
|Hang Gang Golf Course||China||Water management analysis.|
|Ile Aux Cerfs Golf Course||Mauritius||Environmentally fragile island golf course with preservation of mangrove areas critical to environmental planning. All irrigation water is provided to island from the mainland.|
|Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club||Malaysia||Investigation of soil structures and lake lining options.|
|Karambunai Golf Course||Malaysia||Golf course water requirements integrated with water theme park.|
|Lemuria Golf Resort||Seychelles||Fragile coastal watershed where water levels are critical to preventing sea water intrusion to maintain fresh water supply for golf course and the precious Coco de Mere trees.|
|Masters Golf & Country Club||China||Urban golf course drawing water from polluted river.|
|Nirwana Gardens Resort||Bintan, Indonesia||Coastal resort development where optimum sizing of lakes for water storage was critical in a freshwater-scarce environment.|
|Padang Meha Golf Course||Malaysia||Golf course spread out over 3 different watersheds. The study was critical in determining the configuration of the lake transfer system.|
|Paradise Bay Golf Course||Batam, Indonesia||Pioneer golf course in Batam Indonesia. Integrated irrigation pump system designed to collect water from different watersheds.|
|Ria Bintan Golf & Beach Resort||Bintan, Indonesia||Originally intended to be a 54 hole golf course, our water management study demonstrated that the site was not capable of supporting this many holes. This study contributed to the eventual development of the site as a 27 hole golf course.|
|Seletar Country Club||Singapore||Water management study to ensure self-sufficiency with their water capturn and storage system.|
|Singapore Island Country Club - New Course||Singapore||Water management study to determine best management practices to ensure efficient, and flexible managagement of the irrigation system.|
|Southlinks Country Club||Batam, Indonesia||Water management study confirming viability of lake system and design of water transfer system.|
|Summit Point Golf Course||Philippines||Water management analysis.|
|Tamarin Golf Course||Batam, Indonesia||Re-design of lake water circulation system to minimise power use and lower initial capital cost of construction.|
|Tanjong Putri Golf Resort||Johor, Malaysia||54 holes of golf with 3 irrigation pump stations integrated over different watersheds.|
|Tanah Merah Country Club||Singapore||36 holes of golf. Managing the transition to self-sufficiency in water supply.|
|True North Golf Course||Philippines||Water management analysis.|
|Warren Golf Course||Singapore||Urban golf course. Water management study to determine dependency of drawing water from reservoir and determine feasibility of alternatives.|