In the US we are lucky enough to have access to some of the safest water in the world — just by turning on the tap.

We wash down the drain or flush — never considering where it goes or what happens next. Yet, we often only think about our water and wastewater systems when they fail.

One Water – Different Uses

Our nation’s communities have a growing number of challenges when it comes to managing water supplies. As populations grow and natural water sources are stretched to their limit, the availability of safe and sufficient drinking water relies on water efficiency and reuse strategies to protect this valuable resource. From direct uses like bathing, drinking, and cooking to indirect uses like industry, agriculture, and energy, our engineers are committed to preserving the value of water to our communities, by providing “the right use.”

Water Systems

  • Treatment Plants
  • Distribution Systems
  • Tanks
  • Pumping Stations
  • Wells
  • Water Master Plans

Wastewater Systems:

  • Treatment Plants
  • Collections Systems
  • Pumping Stations
  • Wastewater Master Plans

Stormwater Solutions

Communities across the West face stormwater challenges caused by explosive growth and peak weather events. Adding to the complexity are regulations like the Municipal Separate Stormwater System (MS4), an EPA mandated rule to prevent pollutant discharge into streams, rivers and lakes. In the west, stormwater systems often drain directly to streams, rivers and lakes. Too often, these systems also drain contaminants like fertilizers, deicers, gas, and oil into these valuable — and protected — natural resources.

Our engineers and scientists can help you plan, build, and monitor sustainable and viable stormwater solutions.

Stormwater Services

  • Drainage Studies
  • Stormwater Needs Assessments
  • Stormwater Master Plans
  • Stormwater Facilities/System Design
  • Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permitting/Compliance
  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
  • Stormwater Management Plans (SWMP)
  • Low Impact Development (LID)
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Will K., Denver Division Manager, enjoys hiking, biking, and skiing in the beautiful Colorado mountains.