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Storm Water

Protecting Properties Through Sustainable Water Resource Planning

In our modern world, urban community development has fundamentally changed waterflow patterns.  Impervious surfaces – roads, parking lots, commercial infrastructure – now, more than ever, need systems to carry rainwater to waterways.  In fact, there are around one million miles of water pipeline and aqueducts in the U.S. and Canada, enough to circle the globe 40 times.

Sustainable water resource planning not only protects homeowners and business owners, it protects rivers and other bodies of water.  Our certified Envision® sustainability professionals know the latest water management policies and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations and have assisted numerous clients in gaining regulatory approval.

For cities, villages, and towns across the nation, our combined, sanitary, and storm sewer system engineering work has resulted in reduced sewer overflows, basement backups, and flooding.  Our storm water planning and engineering projects have been recognized by regulators and enabled municipalities to make smart decisions for their communities.

Storm Water

  • Adaptive management assistance
  • Chemical treatment systems
  • Design and construction services
    • Overland storm water conveyance systems
    • Pump stations, force mains, gravity sewers
    • Storage and real-time control systems
  • Flow equalization
  • Permitting and Plans
  • PH control
  • Surface Water Thermal Studies
  • System analysis and planning
    • Storm water management plans and ordinances
  • Troubleshooting

Green Infrastructure

  • Planning and design
    • Rain Gardens / Barrels
    • Bioswales
    • Porous Pavement

Sanitary/Combined Collection Systems

  • Planning/Permitting
  • Infiltration/Inflow analysis and remediation
  • Combined sewer overflow (CSO) management
  • Combined and Separated Conveyance system design, modeling and analysis
  • Storage and real-time control systems
  • Pump station design, construction, and operation
  • PH / H2S / Odor control
  • System analysis and planning
    • Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance (CMOM) programs
    • CSO, Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO), Flood and basement backup

Water Treatment and Distribution

  • Planning/Permitting
  • System analysis and planning
    • Modeling
    • Hydrant flushing plans
  • Troubleshooting
  • Storage and real-time control systems
  • Pump station design, construction, and operation

Site/Pavement Design and Construction

  • Grading /Sitework
  • Asphalt
  • Concrete
  • Sidewalks
  • Curb and Gutter
  • Intersection Design

Questions? Contact us at 414.291.8840 or Email Us.