Welcome to ACO – the global leader in drainage solutions. Even as an experienced engineer or designer there is a lot challenges when working on a project outside of the United Kingdom. Coordinating a project across different countries and cultures can be a difficult process. Therefore, our dedicated international team provides project support from the concept stage all the way through to completion and beyond, so you can ensure delivery of a successful project.
As the designer or specifier, you are responsible for designing a drainage system that meets the project requirements and adheres to local water regulations, including surface water attenuation design, with consideration factors such as rainfall intensity and local guidelines to ensure the system is effective and compliant.
Designing a drainage system that meets all project requirements while being cost-effective can be challenging, and designing a system for a part of the world outside of where you live and practiced your trade can present its own set of challenges. You may also need to navigate local regulations and standards that aren’t familiar to you, and coordinate with teams located in other countries.
Contact us today to discuss your project, you can send us an email, give us a call or talk to us through the chat. Let us help you make your vision a reality.
At ACO, we understand these challenges, and we're here to help. Our international design team has 75 years of experience supplying around the world and can calculate, design, and manufacture to standards in any country. With offices in over 40 countries, covering 150 countries, we can provide you with cost estimates according to any region and help you navigate local regulations and standards. We can even help you with supply chain and logistics to ensure everything gets delivered in a timely manner.
We specialize in surface water management solutions and have a range of products that can be tailored to your specific project needs. Our products are designed to meet local regulations and standards. Our team can also provide support with surface water attenuation design to ensure your system is effective and compliant.
Data Centre, Austria
A British construction company and an American design firm worked with ACO Austria to implement ACO’s collect, clean, hold, reuse and build their largest project to date.
Formula 1 Circuit, Florida, USA
Numerous ACO channels were used to drain storm water from the new Formula 1 Circuit in Miami that will host the Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 8th May 2022.
Sankt Kjelds Square, Copenhagen, Denmark
ACO Multiline plays a vital role in the future-oriented project that is a part of Copenhagen's “climate district” initiative and centers around climate-adaptive…
Passo d’Avenco & Quassolo tunnels, Italy
A project to ensure tunnels and human being by managing water in the respect of the Italian and European Decrees and Directives
Fraport T3, Cargo City, Germany
The ACO Oleosmart light liquid seperator with large, stilling basins and a sludge trap offers a highly reliable rainwater cleaning solution at Fraport.
Memorial Hospital, Durban, South Africa
Royal Haskoning Durban approached ACO to provide a solution to trap light oil from a large Helipad at the Dr. Pixley Ka Seme Memorial Hospital in Durban.
Port Expansion, Tema, Ghana
The ACO Qmax 900 Q-flow is combined into a self-cleaning system in combination with S300 gratings and F900 manhole covers.
Tunnel Strazevica, Belgrad, Serbia
A combination of ACO products have been used to ensure safe and efficient drainage: ACO DRAIN® Monoblock, ACO Sludge Trap, ACO Oilseparator Oleopator,...
Residential area, Kamen, Germany
The ACO PowerDrain V275 and ACO Drain Road Gully play an important part in a climate friendly housing intiative and helps protect the area.
Electrical bus depot, Bogotá, Colombia
The ACO systemchain elements in action to provide sustainable drainage concept by combining collect, clean, hold and release.
El Dorado Airport, Bogotá, Colombia
The well planned installation of ACO Qmax enabled a resource efficient modernization of the south american airport.
Jorge Newbery Airport, Argentina
The easy to install lightweight and high capacity ACO seperator plays an important part in protecting the ground water.
Vilnius International Airport, Lithuania
By collecting and storing rainwater the ACO Qmax line drainage system helps to secure the safe operation of the airports new conference center.
Alfredo Vásquez Cobo Airport, Colombia
The line drainage is planned to withstand even high rates of rainfall in the rainforest and therefore ensures a reliable operation of the airport.
Trave Campus, Lübeck, Germany
The ACO separator, pump station, attanuation and flow regulation systems create an ecological and economical solution for rainwater treatment.
Panattoni Airport, Gdańsk, Poland
The ACO Stormbrixx plastic geocellular stormwater management system is easy to install and was therefore the best choice for Gdańsk airport.
Kleiner Kiel Canal, Germany
The state capital of Kiel has worked together with interested members of the public on the remodeling of the Holstenbrücke, a main road in the city centre area.
Valmiera city, Latvia
The ACO DRAIN® Multiline channel system, cleaning shaft and oil separators were combined into a compact solution for high flow rates.
Son Sant Juan Airport, Spain
The smart combination of ACO Qmax and ACO Qmax Neo lead to a very competitive offer. Light weight drainage channels facilitated the renovation and modernization of the airport in Palma de Mallorca.
Copenhagen Climate Tile, Denmark
The smartified ACO Stormbrixx geocellular stormwater management system makes a significant contribution to improving the local microclimate.
Toronto-Pearson International Airport
ACO Stormbrixx create a long-term sustainable solution for heavy rain and water protection thanks to the structural strength of the soakaway crates.
Viracopos International Airport, Brazil
The ACO DRAIN® Monoblock is designed to be used for heavy duty applications and is available for load class F900.