Regardless of why it’s occurring, our region has experienced an increase in high intensity/high-frequency rainfall events that question our stormwater infrastructure adequacy. To strive for increased flood resiliency, we cost effectively account for the changing weather.
In determining ways to address and use our experience and knowledge to improve the resiliency of stormwater infrastructure, we look for cost-effective ways to evaluate your existing stormwater collection system in a holistic manner. Undertaking a watershed or sub-watershed master plan is a cost-effective method of understanding how a given watershed reacts, where the deficiencies are located, and how best to make long-lasting improvements that improve the flood resistance of your community. In addition, while sometimes cumbersome, actively addressing code and compliance issues many times leads to improved stormwater infrastructure in order to comply with local, state, or national requirements. In addition, the results of master planning and addressing regulatory requirements helps to inform our stormwater design efforts that lead to affordable and innovative solutions to treat, protect, enhance, store, and distribute stormwater to protect life and the environment.