Wuhan Sponge City

With the threats of rapid urbanization and climate change rising, China is facing several water problems including water scarcity, urban flooding and water quality problems. The Wuhan Sponge City programme will create a direct opportunity to challenge this trends by developing a city’s infrastructure to hold, clean and drain water, using an ecologically-friendly approach.

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India Guwahati Smart City

Arcadis partners with Tata Consulting Engineers to help develop Guwahati’s urban and water infrastructure programme. Guwahati is one of the 20 pilot cities to launch a Smart City initiative in India. The project explores area based developments and prepare designs for implementation to improve infrastructure, sustainable real estate and living conditions.

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New York Flood Resilience

Like other coastal cities, New York is vulnerable to the effects of sea level rise and climate change. In response to Superstorm Sandy that caused over USD$19 billion in damages in 2012, the US government launched a competition seeking solutions to future-proof the New York region. Along with other partners, Arcadis was selected to deliver on the winning solution, "The Big U".

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Qatar Mega Reservoir

In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the demand for water across Qatar due to the country's rapid and continuous growth and development. Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation, KAHRAMAA, launched a water project to provide seven days of strategic water storage within its network.

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Thames Tideway Tunnel

The Thames Tideway Tunnel will upgrade London’s sewerage system to cope with the growing population demands of the city well into the 22nd Century. The Tunnel will be instrumental in keeping the Thames clean, ensuring it is future-proofed against environmental factors and meaning a cleaner, safer river for all to enjoy.

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Singapore Deep Tunnel Sewerage System

Singapore continually seeks to improve water resiliency and the Singapore's Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS) is a cost-effective solution that allows for efficient, large-scale water recycling.

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