Understanding of engineered and natural water systems requires accurate assessment and analysis, and implementing solutions requires robust modeling efforts. Specific services include stream assessment and restoration, GIS services, H&H modeling, and stormwater analysis and design. Learn more.
Communicating new ideas and policies in the water sector is critical due to the dynamic nature of this field. Developing and delivering training courses based upon adult education principles is fundamental to successful information dissemination. Specific areas covered include stormwater management, erosion and sediment control, and stream assessment/restoration. Learn more.
Stormwater Funding/Financing, Economics and Policy
Regulations, legislation and legal rulings are shaping the landscape in the water sector. Policy areas covered include NPDES programs, rulemaking efforts, legislation, CWA updates, WOTUS guidance, Water Quality Trading, legal rulings, and stormwater permits. Learn more.
Cutting-edge concepts and innovative solutions are needed in the water sector. Academic-oriented efforts to capture the socio-economic dimensions as well as technical aspects of natural water systems provide a more holistic understanding of critical water issues. The use of inventive approaches, such agent-based cellular automata modeling provide a larger view on aspects of the sector. Learn more.