Australian-owned and operated since 1998, we design, develop and support Australia’s leading modelling and analysis software for stormwater and drainage systems: DRAINS.
Our mission is to develop, deliver and support world-class modelling and analysis software for stormwater and drainage projects, for engineers who seek accurate and reliable results.
Exceptional support and service
Best-practice and standards-compliant
Commitment to quality and accuracy
Integrity and honesty
Meet the Executive Team
We’re a multidisciplinary team based in Australia with 70+ years of combined experience in the water, hydrology and engineering industries. We work with government, businesses and people across Australia and the world.
Dr Benjamin Kus is an astute and accomplished engineer, business manager, academic and educator, with over 20 years experience in urban development, stormwater design, on-site detention and flood studies.
BEng (Civil), MEng, PhD (Water), FIEAust
Ashis brings over 30 years of water, hydrology and software experience to Watercom. He has worked in technical, commercial and leadership roles within the public and private sectors, including universities, consultants and government-owned organisations.
Technical Manager & Principal Engineer
B.E. Civil, Dip. Eng., MIEAust
Hossein is a Civil Engineer with over 20 years of experience in both the public and private sectors, previously working as a Senior Design Officer at Sutherland Shire Council and as a Drainage Investigation Engineer at City of Botany Bay Council.
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