Australian Partners


AWMA was established in April 2000 and has since become one of the largest and most innovative design, manufacture and installers globally of Water Control Infrastructure.

AWMA’s manufacturing standards are driven by stringent procedures in regards to quality, health, safety and environmental considerations, including accreditation to the international standard ISO 9001 for quality assurance.

AWMA has a team of 50 highly experienced staff covering admin, sales, project management, engineering, manufacture, and installation disciplines. Experience gained from the successful completion of many diverse and challenging projects in Australia and overseas.
AWMA is a valuable partner in the delivery of sustainable water infrastructure solutions.

AWMA’s water control solutions can be designed, manufactured and installed across all industry sectors including:

• Waste Water
• Flood Mitigation
• Storm Water Control
• Irrigation Modernisation
• Environmental Flow Management
• Water Distribution
• Hydro
• Irrigation Delivery
• Fish Management

  • Fisheries Project in Laos,Irrigation Modernisation:A/ Jemalong Irrigation ModernisationB/ Murray Irrigation LimitedC/ Sunwater Intersafe Project,Environmental Watering Process:A/ Hattah Lakes B/ Koondrook-Perricoota Flood Enhcmnt WorksC/ Mulla
    The LayFlat is part of a five year project conducted by the National University of Laos and the Living Aquatic Resources Research Centre, to facilitate downstream fish passage in and out of wetland breeding grounds, off Laos’ Mekong River. AWMA’s ‘fish friendly’ LayFlat gates will replace traditional undershot regulators which have been compromising fish populations for many decades. AWMA also offer 4 different technologies with developed capacity and product to enable viable screening of native fish from gravity irrigation off-takes and pumped diversions. Follow this link for more details:,A/ AWMA designed, manufactured and installed automated water control gates across the Jemalong Irrigation System. All sites are accessible via a cloud based SCADA system. The automated LayFlat gates are custom designed to meet site specifications. Follow this link for more details: ____________________________________________ B/ This project was the beginning of numerous programs AWMA are working on with irrigation authorities Australia wide. AWMA designed, manufactured, installed and commissioned approximately 2,500 water control gates. across many sites within the Murray Irrigation District. Follow this link for more details: ___________________________________________ C/ AWMA were responsible for the design, manufacture and installation of infrastructure along approx 2000km of channel systems at Sun Water. A combination of LayFlat (tilting) gates, undershots and combination (dual leaf) gates were used. AWMA’s designs allow for easy conversion to automated channel control. Follow this link for more details:,A/ Dual leaf combination gates along with segmented stopboard structures were designed, manufactured and installed within the Hattah Lakes. The infrastructure provided by AWMA will allow restoration of a more natural flooding regime. Follow this link for more details: __________________________________________ B/ AWMA designed, manufactured and installed several types of water control products over several areas to divert and control flows from the Murray River through the forest to replicate natural flooding events in order to protect the forest. Follow this link for more details: __________________________________________ C/ Custom designed gates were manufactured, supplied, installed and commissioned for this project. AWMA provided additional training and support, as is done with all design and construct contracts. All infrastructure was designed with safe fish passage and the improvement of wildlife habitat in mind. Follow this link for more details:,AWMA have developed a comprehensive range of flood mitigation infrastructure. Our products can be used for asset protection, as well as urban and regional community protection. With climate change, rising sea levels and weather events becoming a real issue we will see flood mitigation become a necessity in Asia Pacific as it has been in Europe for centuries.
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