Who We Are

The community impact people.

At Environmental Design Group, shaping the future of our community is what drives our business. Questioning the status quo, creating visionary solutions and bringing ideas to life are only a few reasons for our passion! Our open, collaborative work style supports a creative approach to solving our clients’ most challenging issues.

Let us show you how we can make your vision come to life while creating the greatest impact in your community.

The community impact people make a difference in:

  • Civil engineering
  • Community planning
  • Construction management
  • Environmental services
  • Landscape architecture
  • Surveying
  • Water resources

Featured Blog Post

Prevent “Waste”ful Spending – How to Get Nice Amenities and Necessary Infrastructure

Written by: Dave McCallops, P.E., Director of Water Resources There are many reasons that visitors come to a camp. They might be the location, amenities, programming, or a combination of these features, but it’s most likely not for the water or wastewater-treatment system. However, when tough budgetary decisions are to be made, some camp directors…
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Featured Blog Post

10 Benefits of Prescriptive Operations and Maintenance Management Approach to Green Infrastructure

Written by: Katherine Holmok, PLA, ASLA, Director of Parks & Trails Prescriptive operations and maintenance is the next big step forward in the evolution of all stormwater asset management. This means moving from planned preventive maintenance to a state where required maintenance is predicted by the regular and systematic application of engineering/design knowledge and technology…
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Featured Blog Post

Runoff Reduction Practices Now in Ohio EPA’s Construction General Permit!

Written by: Jay Mosley, PE, CFM, CPESC, Project Manager The latest Ohio EPA General Permit for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Construction Activity (CGP) became effective on April 22nd of this year. It includes, for the first time, a means for engineers and developers to reduce the size of structural post-construction practices used to capture…
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