civil engineering

 

The vast majority of land development and site improvement projects are dependent on highly-skilled civil and water resources engineers who can assist owners with addressing the stringent demands and requirements regulatory agencies place on them with regards to storm water mitigation, flood protection, and water quality preservation.

What differentiates edr civil engineers is they are members of an integrated team of landscape architects, ecologists, and community planners, who consistently demonstrate stewardship to the aesthetic, cultural and natural environment.

Furthermore, they are certified and specialty-trained to practice erosion and sediment control (CPESC), storm water quality management (CPSWQ), storm water pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs), forest engineering, engineering technologies (NICET), applied fluvial geomorphology, and concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO) compliance. Other specialty areas include: storm, sewer and sanitary facilities; stream restoration, ecoswales and other bio-retention systems, surface and groundwater distribution systems, watershed and floodplain management, hydrology and hydraulics studies, culvert scour and analysis, agricultural engineering, benthic surveys; and construction administration, inspection and monitoring.

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