Find the right solution from the start.
For over 35 years, our experienced team of engineers, hydrologists, geologists and water rights specialists have been working hand in hand with landowners and growers to deliver fully integrated, turnkey irrigation solutions. From land selection, water supply analysis and conceptual planning to engineering design, build, training and transition of operational support, we’re there every step of the way.
Stage 1 - Design
Our professional engineers will plan and model various system designs and cost options for any irrigation system from center pivots to drip systems, including large-size steel, GRP/FRP and PVC mainlines. This also includes river, booster or well pump stations. Using satellite imagery, GIS/GPS, aerial photography and topography, IRZ designs systems to help agribusinesses, industries and agencies optimize their labor, energy and water resources.
Stage 2 - Build
We have brought designs to life for many agricultural projects, including more than 2,000 irrigation systems, ranging from a few hundred acres to 50,000+ acres. As part of the design-to-deployment build stage, we may also provide engineering, soil moisture monitoring, aerial infrared services, comprehensive water conservation plans, pump and motor efficiency testing as well as irrigation system uniformity sensing—all dependent on the project’s needs.
Stage 3 - Manage
Our water conservation technologies and irrigated water resource management expertise have saved global clients time, money and resources—while also saving the planet millions of gallons of water. Our turnkey solutions, paired with ongoing management of all the parts and pieces of implementing and running a new or enhanced irrigation delivery system, are how we ensure maximum efficiency and impact.
Stage 4 - Operate
We recognize that to run a new system effectively, our clients and their operations may need more than just the keys. That’s why we provide training and operational assistance to ensure peak productivity and water savings beyond implementation of your new irrigation infrastructure.