What we do
IWRM – Integrated Water Resources Management
Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
Water Supply and Sanitation
Irrigation and Land Reclamation
BETA Studio has developed more than 900 projects all over the world. BETA Studio thrives for innovative design choices, tailored to the projects’ specific needs:
we believe success can only be achieved through a synergic approach which involves the Client, Stakeholders and Partners.
Selection of our significative projects
On Thursday 20/02/20, BETA Studio attended several technical meetings in Asunción with the aim of promoting the Integrated Rehabilitation Plan of the Lake Ypacaraí Basin (Paraguay). The travel was a good opportunity for BETA Studio’s representative Eng. Juan Lucca to meet the Director of the recently established National Commission for Lake Ypacaraí (CONALAYPA) and to illustrate the objectives achieved by the Plan to the President of the Permanent Commission of the Senate and to the President of the Energy, Natural Resources and Environment Commission.
Preliminary activities for the preparation of the construction site and the provision of equipment have started, including cutting of vegetation and preventive war reclamation of the areas where the water Trissino detention basin will be built, in the municipality of Arzignano (Vicenza province, North Italy).
BETA Studio is in charge of the Works Management and Safety Coordination during the implementation phase.
The downstream basin will complete the hydraulic defence works already carried out in the municipality of Trissino (mountain basin) and will allow for the protection of the territories downstream along the waterway.
Management of the Pilcomayo river basin water resource
The “Hydro-sedimentology dynamic revision” international meeting was held on January 23rd 2020 between the BETA Studio JV and all the stakeholders in Buenos Aires, including IDB in Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. The JV hydro-sedimentology experts presented the analysis and the detailed evaluations carried out so far.
The workshop lays the foundation for the next activities, providing greater insight of the previous and on-going studies: the technical principles and the guidelines for the main issues which characterise the next phases of the Master Plan were discussed and agreed upon.