HR Wallingford has developed new evidence-based support for implementation of Green approaches in river engineering for asset managers, engineers, decision-makers and other end-users.
We've developed new projections of water availability in the UK to inform CCRA2, the second national Climate Change Risk Assessment.
Detailed modelling was used to develop a monitoring and management plan to minimise adverse effects of the dredging works for a bridge across Brunei Bay.
HR Wallingford contributed environmental modelling expertise to the pioneering ‘Don Diego’ marine phosphate mining project in Mexico.
HR Wallingford is supporting the development of the Thames Tideway Tunnel (aka Supersewer), a major new sewer urgently needed of overflows from London’s sewers into the tidal River Thames.
Using experience gained over the last 60 years, scientists and engineers at HR Wallingford have developed a range of state-of-the-art physical modelling technology.
HR Wallingford's specialist marine mapping and data division, SeaZone, produces innovative data products which include digital marine charts and multi layered marine mapping.
HR Wallingford carries out research, assessment and ecological modelling to understand the impacts of natural and human induced change on the aquatic environment.
HR Wallingford has considerable experience of hazard and risk mapping. Our consultancy studies are backed by leading edge tools and our active involvements in climate change and flood risk research.
The Fast Flow Facility is a unique dual channel flume delivering a world-leading capability in wave-current-sediment modelling.
Our tsunami wave simulator generates model-scale tsunami in the laboratory, allowing researchers to better understand the potential impact of tsunami once they reach the coastline.