Stormwater engineering requires a specific set of expertise to properly address stormwater run-off, potential water quality and quantity issues, and the complexity of regulatory compliance on the local, state, and federal level. Our in-house engineering team at AQUALIS assists property owners or managers in conducting annual assessments, design development of retrofits, rehabilitation of existing stormwater assets and assessing post-construction maintenance programs. Our engineering team remains focused on emerging regulatory measures, providing innovative design solutions that reduce budget costs and increase system efficiency and researching developing technology that assists our clients in monitoring the health of their stormwater investment. Our stormwater-centric approach and long history of stormwater maintenance allow for a deeper understanding of stormwater systems’ engineering requirements in the short and long term.
Stormwater rehabilitation is necessary if a stormwater system requires corrections to reach intended performance due to preventable causes, such as irregular inspection and maintenance or accidents, defects, and age. Regardless of the cause of the damage, the property owner is responsible for restoring the system to its intended capability. It is crucial to consult with stormwater specialists and engineers who understand the regulation requirements and the workings of stormwater systems to ensure damages are repaired swiftly and within compliance to maximize function and reduce environmental impacts.
AQUALIS’ licensed engineers can assist in various rehabilitation requirements, large or small, above or below ground. Stormwater rehabilitation solutions require specialized equipment, licensed personnel, and stormwater expertise to complete the rehabilitation.
Learn more here about common stormwater failures that require rehabilitation.
As MS4 stormwater permits and other stormwater requirements become more rigorous, stormwater retrofits become an essential aspect in stormwater management. Older systems may not have water quality enhancement features, while others may not have systems as efficient or effective to meet new compliance standards. Stormwater retrofits allow for functional aspects to be added to stormwater systems without complete reengineering or property restoration. Each treatment option offers different benefits for water quality, hydrologic cycle, and general retrofit appropriateness. Consult with AQUALIS stormwater professionals to determine the best stormwater retrofit for your site’s needs.
AQUALIS’ certified stormwater engineers work with property owners and regulators to implement stormwater best management practices and improve water quality. From design to implementation, our team’s current knowledge of compliance requirements, stormwater expertise, and engineering experience allow AQUALIS to implement the best solutions for your stormwater needs.
Our engineers provide analysis of site conditions utilizing Geographic Information System Mapping (GIS) to accurately design systems that meet quantity and quality loads. This data includes detailed information on rainfall data, geographic conditions, and assessment of on-site stormwater assets to mitigate the risk of flooding, increase the stormwater system’s life, and reduce the need for costly repairs. By partnering with a stormwater management organization that includes engineering support, you can rely on our team’s expert knowledge to protect your property and ensure your environmental stewardship.
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Local governments and commercial property owners face an unprecedented period when it comes to budget cuts and resource allocation for stormwater management during a global pandemic. When major rehabs and repairs may not be in the budget for property owners, this webinar will present solutions that can extend the life cycle of your Stormwater Control […]
Durham, N.C. – AQUALIS, a portfolio company of DFW Capital Partners and the leading national provider in comprehensive water management services, today announced it has acquired the assets of Weeks Utility Services, Inc., a Florida-based company headquartered in Jacksonville delivering wastewater and stormwater lift station and pumping services to commercial and industrial end markets. Over […]