About us

HAREC originates from the integrated effort of cutting edge professional engineers and highly-specialized scientists, whose multidisciplinary know-how covers the wide spectrum of water-related earth science disciplines.


The HAREC staff and collaborators have extensive professional experience and/or hold an advanced academic degree (PhD) in one of the following areas:

  • Hydrology and hydraulics
  • Coastal and offshore engineering
  • Fluvial and coastal geomorphology
  • Seismic and geotechnical engineering
  • Statistics
  • Computer science and information technology (IT)


The strict connection with the academic world results in HAREC to be always up to date with the most recent advances in science and technology within hydraulics-related topics. HAREC projects, reports and software are published in peer-reviewed international journals and presented at international professional and academic conferences.

Please visit the HAREC staff webpage where you can find more info on key members, affiliates and partners from the HAREC team.


Harec philosophy

HAREC founding principles are reliability, integrity and efficiency. We strongly believe that providing the highest level of services and products in a cost-effective manner is the only way for the full satisfaction of our clients and ourselves.

The commitment to client satisfaction and convenience is our top priority.


Latest news

NEWS 5/2009: December 10th 2009. HAREC was hired by Multiservizi S.p.A. to perform the water quality monitoring activity of some water wells in the proximity of the Esino river in the Ancona area using multiparametric sensors. READ MORE

NEWS 4/2009: November 29th 2009. The FLO-2D flood modelling short course on Fluvial and Coastal Risk just ended in Viterbo. More than 30 professionals and researchers from all over Italy and Europe participated to the Short Course that was organized by HAREC. READ MORE

NEWS 3/2009: September 21st, 2009. HAREC upcoming Italian FLO-2D short course titled "2D Flood Modelling Short Course" (Viterbo, November 24-27, 2009) Please visit the course webpage for more info. READ MORE

NEWS 2/2009: September 14th - 18th, 2009. HAREC is invited to lecture at the Third CoastLab Teaching School in Lisbon, Portugal. READ MORE

NEWS 1/2009: June 29 - July 2nd, 2009. HAREC invited lecture at the Pacific Disaster Center (PDC) in Kihei, Hawaii focusing on Unconfined Urban and Coastal Flooding. READ MORE

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