Fast, Accurate, Stable Sewer Modeling Software

Employ 1D dynamic sewer system modeling for analysis of stormwater, sanitary, and combined sewer systems.

Reliable Models for Complex Sewer Systems

Fast, accurate, and stable. InfoWorks ICM (Sewer Edition) enables the effective management and operation of your wastewater systems.

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Reduce Simulation Run Times

InfoWorks ICM (SE) can use networked remote PCs for simulation distribution, saving you time and letting you focus on making the right decisions based on your model.

Seamlessly Work Together

Bring teams together in a collaborative environment with complete data sharing and conflict resolution functionality.

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What you can do with InfoWorks ICM SE

  • Use the Power of InfoWorks ICM, Specialized for Sewer Systems

    InfoWorks ICM (SE) operates with all the analysis features and capabilities of InfoWorks ICM for sewer collection system modeling. If 2D modeling is not required for your needs or project, InfoWorks ICM (SE) gives you a 1D modeling solution complete with the advanced features provided by InfoWorks ICM.

    InfoWorks ICM SE model results
  • Fully Dynamic Sewer Network Modeling

    You can model complex sanitary, storm, and combined sewer systems with complete hydrology, hydraulic and water quality representation. InfoWorks ICM (SE) can be used to model any complex network – storm, sanitary, or combined sewers.

    InfoWorks ICM SE network data
  • Improve Access and Collaboration

    InfoWorks ICM (SE) can use remote machines to run simulations and empower collaboration between modelers, engineers, and consultants. It helps you keep an audit trail for version control and to make sure you are working with the most current version of the model. InfoWorks ICM (SE), comes with data flagging and conflict resolution features so that you know when a change has been made and who made it.

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  • Flexibly Exchange Data

    In InfoWorks ICM (SE), you can easily import GIS, hydrology and hydraulic model data from various sources. This can drastically improve efficiency when building your model.

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“InfoWater and InfoWorks ICM (SE) are critical components of our regional water and wastewater systems strategy. The software will help us develop and validate sound and reliable solutions for planning, managing and operating our large and complex water and wastewater networks while best protecting people, property, critical infrastructure and the urban environment.”

Webster Mangham Environmental Services Manager, Trinity River Authority

  • Case Study

    Central San Reduces Capacity Planning by 30%

    After converting their steady-state sewer model to one that was dynamic, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District reduced their need for capacity improvement projects by 30%.

  • On Demand Webinar

    Workgroup Productivity in InfoWorks ICM

    Introduce collaboration to your catchment modeling. InfoWorks ICM enables teams to work together and create unified models that are complete and accurate, all within a shared workspace.

  • On Demand Webinar

    Sewerage Network Models – Improving Calibration and Return on Investment

    Hydraulic Models of Sewerage Networks are fundamental decision support tools for predicting performance and understanding the ‘levels of service’ of your sewerage networks. This webinar features top practitioners to discuss best practices.

Case Study

Central San Reduces Capacity Planning by 30%

After converting their steady-state sewer model to one that was dynamic, Central Contra Costa Sanitary District reduced their need for capacity improvement projects by 30%.

On Demand Webinar

Workgroup Productivity in InfoWorks ICM

Introduce collaboration to your catchment modeling. InfoWorks ICM enables teams to work together and create unified models that are complete and accurate, all within a shared workspace.

On Demand Webinar

Sewerage Network Models – Improving Calibration and Return on Investment

Hydraulic Models of Sewerage Networks are fundamental decision support tools for predicting performance and understanding the ‘levels of service’ of your sewerage networks. This webinar features top practitioners to discuss best practices.

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