Bruser offers a myriad of engineering services related to municipal infrastructures, drinking water and wastewater in particular. Our expertise includes strategic planning and the preparation of master plans, production of feasibility studies, preparation of plans and specifications, project management, site supervision, infrastructure commissioning, operator training, and performance monitoring.
We design and implement new water management infrastructures for our clients. We are also experienced in upgrading existing infrastructures to meet all new requirements faced by municipalities when new regulations come into force.
Bruser builds on acknowledged expertise in the procurement, treatment and distribution of drinking water. Our dedicated engineers remain well-informed regarding standards and regulations in effect for the management and treatment of drinking water. They also keep abreast of the latest innovations and consider established technologies when identifying the best solution to solve a problem reported by a client. We strive to offer premium services to our clients in line with their budgets and tight schedules. Our knowledge of water procurement includes: planning of pumping tests, characterization of raw water sources, benchmark studies for water traceability, development of pilot studies, design of water intake and adduction infrastructures, etc.
When an appropriate water source is found, Bruser has the expertise to design a filtration and disinfection plant tailored for surface water or groundwater. Bruser professionals use a multiple-barrier approach to design water treatment plants to produce premium drinking water on an ongoing basis.
If required, Bruser’s engineers can design a water pumping station for drinking water distribution that includes hydraulic balancing of the water distribution network. In addition, a fire reserve is often considered when designing a water pumping station. Bruser can even design a comprehensive water distribution network complete with a pressure control station or booster station.
Bruser offers assessment services to determine the residual capacity of existing wastewater treatment plants. Existing equipment that operates appropriately can be retained and/or slightly modified to optimize the capital and maintenance costs of projects in operation. For this purpose, Bruser can perform life-cycle assessments (LCA) and relevant benchmarking studies on identified equipment to recommend cost-effective, sustainable long-term solutions to clients.
Bruser’s engineers can also carry out wastewater characterization, design pre-treatment systems such as wastewater sewage grinders or raked bar screens, along with primary, secondary or tertiary wastewater treatment systems in compliance with standards in force and the uses of the receiving environment.