The topic of sustainability – and thus also the resource-conserving use of groundwater – is the top priority for GC in the planning, construction and operation of construction and infrastructure projects. We support our customers and partners in the realization of ecologically compatible and economically justifiable projects.
Groundwater is a valuable resource, the demand for which has increased enormously in recent years. Aspects such as groundwater protection and responsible groundwater use therefore play an increasingly important role. We support our customers in all hydrogeological questions with the right solution.
Many years of experience and extensive knowledge help us to create future-proof hydrogeological forecasts for surface and underground infrastructure projects. This can be, for example, the interactions between the structure and the mountain water or the seepage water pollution in the case of deposited tunnel excavation material. We use classic terrain surveys as well as the most modern technologies to collect hydrogeological and hydrochemical measurement data and evaluate them in a targeted manner. Using this data, we can create numerical models and develop different scenarios. GIS-supported analyzes and visualizations serve as an important planning basis and ensure reliable decision-making.
Comprehensive hydrogeological measures and services
The range of services extends over the entire hydrogeological planning and construction process: from variant investigations, preliminary and submission operations and action concepts to implementation planning, documentation and monitoring during construction. Our hydrogeological forecasts are always based on current standards and limit values. That makes us a reliable and competent partner for our customers.
Services in a nutshell
- Geological / hydrogeological mapping
- Hydrogeological support for geohydraulic investigation programs
- Hydrogeological models, numerical groundwater models and mass and heat transport models
- Groundwater balancing, protected area reports
- Groundwater management systems, GIS
- Assessment of environmental compatibility (UVE), permissions under water law
- Coordination with specialist and licensing authorities
- Supervision of infrastructure projects