contain, collect & convey
system planning, design, & compliance
Stormwater generated during rainfall events is a concern for municipalities, businesses and construction sites alike. As water flows over land and non-porous surfaces, it can collect soils, trash, contaminants and anything else along its path damaging the environment and leaving you with possible overflows, fines, and setbacks.
Stormwater systems can entail collection, conveyance, detention, retention, and discharge of stormwater. These components need to be designed, permitted, monitored, reported, and maintained to keep stormwater under control and our waters clean. Tighter federal, state and regional regulations combined with the pressures of growth have brought stormwater management to the forefront for many municipalities. The efforts required to meet these regulations often go unsubsidized, requiring a higher level of efficiency and innovation on the part of your public works staff.
From site/civil stormwater planning and design to underground collection and conveyance systems to permitting and management, our engineers, consultants and scientists guide you through the process to ensure that you're informed and confident in your stormwater system’s performance and compliance.
Check out our water & wastewater environmental compliance page for more information specific to stormwater environmental compliance.