If you don’t measure it, how do you manage your water and sewer infrastructure?

Recognized experts in providing environmental measurement services to municipalities and professional engineering firms. 

About Us

SCG Flowmetrix is a solutions-based company, providing field services and enabling public works departments and consulting engineers to capture highly accurate flow measurement-related data for capacity assessments, inflow and infiltration studies, water loss control, metering calibration, preventative and reactive maintenance requirements, installation and commissioning of new equipment, and engineering consultation and services.

We offer extensive experience in the installation of a diverse range of flow monitoring equipment and primary flow measurement devices (weirs/flumes) for sanitary, storm, combined sewer, and combined sewer overflow applications. A core Flowmetrix strength is assessing the suitability of a site for flow measurement and selecting optimum primary and secondary measurement devices adapted for challenging site situations.

Experience Counts
From busy urban neighborhoods to remote off-road sites with ponds and creeks — we have been there and done that.
Safety First
Our field teams all receive extensive training in confined space entry and rescue, H2S awareness and Supplied Air Respirators (SCBA).
Data Accuracy
Comprehensive quality assurance and quality control procedures followed rigorously throughout the project lifecycle.

Recognized as experts in providing environmental measurement and field services to municipalities and professional engineering firms in North America.

Delivering Large and Complex Projects

Toronto Water leads one of the largest municipal flow monitoring programs in North America. With support from SCG Flowmetrix, this forward-thinking city is using valuable data insights to drive impactful decisions about its infrastructure. The monitoring program, which started in the 1990s, has expanded to include permanent monitoring at trunk locations, revolving monitoring at trunk inflow sites, and temporary project-specific monitoring. Today, this data is used to calibrate hydraulic models, support the capital program, monitor combined sewer overflows, inform the basement flooding program, and guide the inflow and infiltration reduction program.  

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Our field team’s expertise and project experience on large and small jobsites is what differentiates us.  We do not believe in anything less than...

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