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Curious about the actual work that we do? We have completed projects in areas all over the world, from Ireland, to Jamaica, Samoa, the United Kingdom, and Florida. Check out our projects portfolio to learn more about completed works in Síor Consulting, or have a look at our projects gallery below.

GIS Visualisation Of Lava Tube Identification Using Terrain Analysis
GIS visualisation of lava tube identification using terrain analysis

The groundwater resources of Samoa are variable and complex; some recharge and in certain cases even entire rivers, infiltrate rapidly into the ground through lava tubes. The national LiDAR survey enabled rapid identification of lava tube collapses (vertical depressions in the lava fields) using modelling techniques.

GIS visualisation of lava tube identification using terrain analysis

Lake Asbury Dam Crest Profile And Point Of Interest Representative Photos
Lake Asbury Dam Crest Profile and Point of Interest Representative Photos

This figure details a cross-section of the top of dam crest profile and adjacent topography. Also shown are images detailing the dam crest.

Lake Asbury Dam Crest Profile and Point of Interest Representative Photos

Lake Asbury EAP Drawing
Lake Asbury EAP Drawing

Inundation modelling is necessary for the development of EAPs (emergency action plans). The dam break analyses conducted informs what structures and land parcels are under threat of inundation based on each dam break scenario. The EAP drawing details areas under risk of flooding, flood velocities at points of interest and peak stage arrival times from start of rainfall events. All are packaged here in an easy to decipher map that should inform emergency response.

Lake Asbury EAP Drawing

Lake Asbury Drainage Catchment Area
Lake Asbury Drainage Catchment Area

This figure details watershed catchments derived off a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) for the Lake Asbury Dam area. A system of reservoirs feeding into one another, deriving the catchments feeding each separate system was important to inform flood modelling works where designing scenarios where only one dam broke or caused the collapse of a dam further downstream.

Lake Asbury Drainage Catchment Area

Surface Water Management – Conceptual Design
Surface Water Management – Conceptual design

Components of a larger surface water management scheme conceptual design proposed to mitigate impacts related to on-site surface water run-off generated during the temporary works construction period of the HS2 railway. Ponds are strategically placed in each of the water management zones that combined form the temporary works area of the Project. Surface water run-off from the water management zones is stored, managed, and treated in the ponds before discharged at consented locations. The surface water management scheme conceptual designs…

Surface Water Management – Conceptual design

Surface Water Management - Hydrological Analysis For Temporary Culverts
Surface Water Management – Hydrological analysis for temporary culverts

Analysis of runoff routing derived from a 1m resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM) to identify where major watercourses require protection from turbid water ingress from the Project area. Together with other multidisciplinary analyses that form the approach to surface water management for the Project, these results were a key element to support client applications to the Environmental Agency to successfully obtain surface water consents to enable the construction of temporary roads for HS2.

Surface Water Management – Hydrological analysis for temporary culverts

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