Water Industry Consultants

Crowder Consulting have provided expert consultancy services and innovative software solutions to the water industry for over 30 years. We have positioned ourselves in specialist areas of the water industry, namely in the fields of water supply, water distribution and sewer networks. The development of our Netbase water distribution management system is fully integrated with the areas of our consultancy expertise and is used on consultancy projects.

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Rebecca from Yorkshire Water- Testimonial

Very happy with the service offered by Crowders. It's always fast enough for YWS and there are good relationships that have been built over the years. The team also have a good sense of humour, so they are pleasant to work with

Rebecca from Yorkshire Water

Paul from Severn Trent - Testimonial

High quality work with strong technical knowledge. Feel like Crowders really care about Severn Trent as a client.

Paul from Severn Trent

Phil from United Utilities - Testimonial

As always, very satisfied with how we are looked after as a client. All staff who we have contact with always go above and beyond to try and accommodate our request.

Phil from United Utilities

Fiona from Yorkshire Water- Testimonial

I enjoy working with the staff at Crowders, who are knowledgeable and helpful. We have built a good rapport and working relationship.

Fiona from Yorkshire Water

Tom from Northumbrian Water Group- Testimonial

Thanks to all the team at Crowders for all the efforts over the last 18 months. Its been a very busy period for all and I appreciate your dedication and support throughout.

Tom from Northumbrian Water Group

Netbase: World Leading Water Network Management Software

The Netbase Water Network Management System represents the client water operator’s water supply and distribution network with all associated date series, spatial and time series data. Netbase provides the current operational and monitored status of the network and supports a wide range of network management, NRW, operational performance and modelling activities undertaken by Water Utilities. Netbase is a multi-user system and fully supports many users on the local network and through remote access. The system is fully spatial and incorporates the ILOG GIS component enabling spatial analysis and maps. The system can be implemented as non-spatial, using the hierarchy of network areas to navigate around the database.

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Crowder walk- July 3rd 2021

Published: 7 September 2021

After a year and a half apart, we finally met up last Saturday for a walk to Hilbre Island, West Kirby. Despite the rainy…

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Virtual Christmas Jumper Competition - 2020

Virtual Christmas Jumper Competition – December 2020

Published: 24 December 2020

Due to home working as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, on December 18th, Crowders hosted a virtual Christmas Jumper Competition to raise money…

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Leakage Consistency Requirements Conference – July 2019

Published: 31 July 2019

On the 3rd July 2019, we carried out a workshop within the Radisson Blue hotel in Liverpool which brought together practitioners and specialists from…

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Activities weekend – Grasmere 2019

Activities Weekend Grasmere – 2019

Published: 24 June 2019

Last weekend, some of our team completed an action packed Activities Weekend in the village of Grasmere, within the English Lake District. They tackled…

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Innovation Festival – July 2018

Published: 31 July 2018

Innovation Festival – Newcastle Racecourse The NWG Innovation Festival took place at Newcastle Racecourse on 9th to 13th July. This summer festival saw global…

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Grasmere Adventure Weekend – June 2018

Published: 30 June 2018

Over the last weekend in June, some of our team ventured to Grasmere, a beautiful village in the English Lake District. Whilst enjoying the…

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Global Clients

We work all over the world, implementing NETBASE as well as providing Engineering Consultancy

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