With an estimated world population growth of over 2 billion people by 2050, the growth of the agricultural sector is inevitable to meet the population's need for food. Irrigated agriculture is the sector that consumes more water in Brazil and in the world. However, in many regions of Brazil, in the dry season it is not possible to use large amounts of water. As the temperature and evaporation at that time of year are intense, it is necessary to build reservoirs that allow the storage of water out of rainy season.
These structures must generally be framed in the Brazilian National Dam Safety Policy (Federal Law 12.334 / 2010) and comply with Resolution 236/2017 of the National Water Agency (ANA).
In addition to the need for studies and projects for new Water Dams, there is a strong demand for consultancy in Dam Safety, which includes Regular Safety Inspections, Dam Safety Plans, Dam Break Studies, among others.