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BETA Studio s.r.l. is an Engineering company providing Consultancy and Technical Services in the sectors of WATER, ENVIRONMENT and CIVIL ENGINEERING

Services

We provide a wide range of consulting services including Concept Study, Master Planning, Design, Construction Supervision, Management

Our vision

We believe in a sustainable and integrated engineering approach, working hand in hand with Clients and Stakeholders to develop the best tailored solutions

Our experience

Since 1977 more than 43 years of experience
More than 900 completed projects with Clients full satisfaction
More than 12 Research Internal Line

Our Clients

We cooperate both with national and international Authorities,
both with private customers, in Italy and Abroad

Our People

Check out our qualified people with an extensive experience and a strong attitude in team working collaboration

What we do

Projects

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

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Primer ciclo de talleres en Paraguay: Plan Maestro Río Pilcomayo

17 February, 2021|

El 16 y 17 de febrero se realizó el primer ciclo de talleres en Paraguay en el marco de la Actualización del Plan Maestro para la Gestión Integrada de la Cuenca del Río Pilcomayo. El proyecto está financiado por el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID) con fondos de la Facilidad de Inversiones para América Latina (LAIF) de la Unión Europea a través la Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo y esta desarrollado por el Consorcio Consultor integrado por BETA Studio S.R.L. (Italia), Proinsa Proyectos de Ingeniería S.A. (Argentina), Ingeniería Ambiental y Recursos Hídricos S.R.L. (A&R S.R.L.) (Bolivia) y Geam (Paraguay).

https://rcc.com.py/chaco/inicia-ciclo-de-dialogos-participativos-con-actores-locales-relevantes-de-la-cuenca-del-rio-pilcomayo/

Plan Maestro de la Cuenca del Río Pilcomayo – Talleres

11 February, 2021|Tags: , , , , , |

 

La Comisión Nacional de Regulación y Aprovechamiento Múltiple de la Cuenca del Río Pilcomayo invita a participar del “Taller Actualización del Plan Maestro para la Gestión Integrada de la Cuenca del Río Pilcomayo”, a realizarse el martes 16 de febrero de 2021, de 09:00 a 16:00, en el local de la Gobernación de Boquerón, cuyo el enlace para participar de manera virtual será proveído por correo electrónico y/o whatsapp.

La Cuenca del río Pilcomayo se extiende sobre los territorios de Argentina, Bolivia y Paraguay. El río Pilcomayo, es considerado uno de los ríos con mayor cantidad de transporte de sedimentos en el mundo. Sus particularidades llevan a enfrentar numerosas problemáticas con carácter internacional, para lo cual los gobiernos de los tres países a través de las Comisiones Trinacional y Binacional consensuan acciones para la gestión coordinada del recurso, la solicitud de préstamos y proyectos de cooperación internacional, entre otros.
Mediante a la cooperación financiera del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), y el apoyo del Consorcio Consultor integrado por BETA Studio s.r.l. (Italia), PROINSA PROYECTOS DE INGENIERÍA S.A. (Argentina), INGENIERÍA AMBIENTAL Y RECURSOS HÍDRICOS s.r.l. (A&R s.r.l.) (Bolivia) y GEAM (Paraguay) se desarrolla el Proyecto “Actualización del Plan Maestro para la Gestión Integrada de la Cuenca del Río Pilcomayo”, tiene como objeto la preparación de un Plan de Inversión con horizontes de corto, mediano y largo plazo, integrando medidas estructurales y no estructurales a ser identificadas y priorizadas mediante un diálogo con los diversos actores, en base a un proceso de visión compartida.
En ese sentido, el Ciclo de Talleres se realiza en el marco del Plan de Participación, Comunicación y Socialización (PPCS) que busca promover el involucramiento significativo de los diversos actores de la cuenca, con el objeto de identificar los principales problemas existentes, revisar los logros, e identificar los temas importantes o principales desafíos así como las medidas para abordarlos, mediante el diálogo y la participación activa de todos los sectores.

Flood risk management for Skopje, North Macedonia

29 December, 2020|Tags: , , |

The City of Skopje and its surroundings are at constant risk of flooding. Skopje and its environs have experienced nine major floods in the last 160 years, last on 6 August 2016.
The main activities of the project “On the flood wave of Vardar river. Flood risk management for Skopje” funded by CEI (Central Europe Inizaitive) and realized by BETA Studio , focused on transferring the best practices and benchmarks already in place in Italy (under the EU Directive) in order to establish a base line for flood risk management in the City of Skopje using the strong‐rooted experience of BETA Studio in terms of hydraulic modelling, risk assessment and flood prevention and protection.

Main Beneficiaries of the project were the Chamber of certified architects and certified engineers – Republic of North Macedonia and the NGO Association 6th Star from the Republic of North Macedonia and their associates.
The general objective of the initiative, held form January to December 2020, was to enhance the capacity of North Macedonia in flood management, flood prevention and flood risk reduction and to facilitate compliance with the pertinent European legislation.
Additional objective was the dissemination and sharing of good practices and innovative technologies for flood governance in order to improve water management among the stakeholder and to spread the directives given by the EU.
Site visits, stakeholders meeting, technical webinars was held during the project despite pandemic contraints. BETA Studio provided training on a pilot hydrological modelling exercise for the river Vardar and a case study on hydraulic modelling on the same river, using free, open source software. This choice ensured that the Beneficiary institutions and North Macedonian authorities benefiting from the Knowledge Transfer Programme will not need to spend money and resources to buy or update any model license in the future. Webinars topics were:

  • Hydrological/ hydraulic modelling set up and performed;
  • Flood hazard and risk mapping;
  • GIS tecniques in flood mapping;
  • strengthening the capacity of the employees of the Beneficiary institutions on flood modelling and flood risk assessment and management;
  • transferring basic knowledge useful for the possible implementation of a new participatory governance in the management of flood risk.

High-calibre experts were involved during technical lectuers, also recurring to the experience of international professional in flood risk management. The Beneficiaries had the chance to interact directly with the experts and ask questions pertaining to the above topics.

 

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