When water levels exceed normal levels, critical infrastructure is put at risk. Mitigate this risk, by deploying water-filled AquaDams. In the face of rising damage costs from hurricanes and flood waters, local and state governments are taking proactive measures, by purchasing and deploying thousands of feet of AquaDam before, during, and after the flood event. These water-filled barriers can create a flood protection barrier around:
- Electrical substations
- Water treatment plants
- Police stations
- Fire stations
- And other critical infrastructure
Because AquaDams are filled with water, these thousands of feet of barrier can be deployed in a single day, with minimal crew and equipment. Greece, NY, Iberville Parish, LA, Georgetown, SC are a few of the places where AquaDams have been deployed to keep homes, businesses and roads open.
Flood Control Projects: