What Do We Do?

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WATERSHED MANAGEMENT

  • Urban and rural watershed management planning
  • Stormwater management evaluation and planning
  • Best Management Practices (BMPs) and Low Impact Development (LID) design and implementation

WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

  • Drainage studies and risk assessments (flood and drought)
  • Hydrologic and hydraulic computer modeling 
  • Water quality sampling and computer modeling
  • Grading design and earthworks computations
  • Deep and shallow utilities design
  • Pond, lake and constructed wetland design
  • Water supply, treatment and distribution system design
  • Wastewater collection and treatment
  • Hydraulic structures design
  • Flow and climate data collection, instrumentation and management

RIVER ENGINEERING

  • In-stream flow studies – quantity and quality
  • Crossing assessments and design for pipelines, bridge piers and abutments
  • Bank stabilization using bio-engineering techniques
  • Sediment transport and scour analysis using 2-D modeling
  • Computer modeling for fish habitat assessments
  • Floodplain mapping using 1-D and 2-d modeling

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS

  • Environmental assessment and planning
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Land reclamation and restoration assessments and design
  • Biophysical Impact Assessments (BIAs), including vegetation and wildlife surveys
  • Wetland impact and functional assessments
  • Environmental constraints mapping
  • Sustainability and innovation design
  • Fish habitat design
  • Water quality sampling and monitoring

URBAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

  • Master Drainage Plans (MDP)
  • Staged Master Drainage Plans (SMDP)
  • Stormwater Management Reports (SWMR)
  • Development Site Servicing Plans (DSSP)
  • Pond Reports
  • Irrigation Reports
  • Best Management Practices (BMP) and Low Impact Development (LID) design, implementation and performance monitoring assessments
    • Design and monitoring of
    • Green roofs
    • Rainwater harvesting
    • Bioswales
    • Bio-retention areas

 

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“In the conflict between the stream and the rock, the stream always wins, not through strength, but by perseverance!”.
— H.J. Brown