Canals are the primary structural element for most large scale water conveyance systems. Most modern canals are concrete lined earth channels that convey large quantities of water at relatively low velocities. The concrete lining improves hydraulic capacity and at the same time limits water loss through seepage. Canals are the most cost-effective means of transporting large quantities of water.
Having designed over 500 miles of canal structures, GEI has extensive, relevant, and recent experience in canal design and construction management, earning some of our staff international recognition for their work.