About Valenza Engineering

Valenza Engineering is a global specialist groundwater engineering company providing high quality, full spectrum technical solutions in the fields of groundwater engineering and environmental hydrogeology.

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With offices in Asia Pacific, Middle East and Europe, we provide groundwater advice across the government, mining, quarrying, construction and water supply sectors.

Managing multi-disciplinary projects across multiple sectors, we use high-level precision to solve challenging technical problems. From concept study to field-testing, complex numerical modelling, and approvals, we deliver smart and innovative solutions. 

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The Barro Group’s Wyndham Vale Quarry increased their water requirements when they expanded production capacity. At the commencement of our work 80% of the quarry’s water needs were being supplied…
Valenza Engineering worked with CPB Contractors/UGL for the Melbourne Water Corporation to assist with the augmentation of the Western Treatment Plant in Werribee; installing four wastewater clarifying tanks and related…
BMA is Australia’s largest producer of metallurgical coal, operating seven mines in the Bowen Basin. The Water Standoff Project investigated a number of locations where coal mines were experiencing similar…
The Barro Group, the owners and operators of Mountain View Quarries at Point Wilson, has been undertaking environmental monitoring at the site since 2002. The quarry is near a…
Highway Reward has been the site of copper and gold mining since 1953, starting as an open-cut gold mine until 2002 and followed by underground mining until 2005. The…
The Davis family owns a cattle farm in Hamilton, Victoria, and previously irrigated with water sourced from two artesian groundwater bores situated on the property. The installation of a second…
Anglo American Coal wished to address hydrogeological conditions and spoil stability for a planned dewatering of a flooded pit in order to mine the area. The accumulated water was…
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