Having contributed to the Vermont Stormwater Management Manual, our staff is intimately familiar with the practices and benefits of stormwater treatment, collection, and retention design. On an annual basis, we also work with clients across Vermont to assist with on-going stormwater compliance inspections, permits renewals, and recertification.


With recent rule changes and tighter restrictions being placed on non-point discharges, we’ve kept abreast of these changes and are available to discuss the implications of these Rules on existing and planned projects. On an annual basis, we work with more than 100 clients to assist with on-going compliance inspections, permit renewals, and recertification. We oversee the implementation of Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control plans and assist with monitoring contractor performance and documentation during construction.


A majority of the stormwater systems we design are driven by regulatory requirements. Our staff has participated in and contributed to the 2017 Vermont Stormwater Management Manual though the development of design examples. We are intimately familiar with the practices and benefit and limitations of each. Our designs are cost effective and practical but most importantly we strive to provide our clients with treatment systems that are easily maintainable and constructible. We apply this same approach to non-regulatory projects as well often to alleviate the adverse effects of runoff.


Stormwater Collection and Conveyance is a critical component of a functioning system and does not simple include collection pipes but also catch basins, culverts, and retention ponds.

“Their knowledge and understanding of stormwater related projects and ability to navigate through the state permitting process are second to none!” —Jason Paquette, Road Foreman, Shoreham, VT