Natural resource protection is a cultural, economic, and moral imperative to any community, and Clark Dietz excels at creating public works in which community health and economic vitality exist in balance with nature. Not simply water resources engineers, we are public works professionals and municipal engineers who understand the realities and practicalities of stormwater management. We apply proven stormwater management strategies in tandem with innovative naturalized systems, ensuring the balance between community and the environment is preserved.

We Provide:

  • Watershed master plans
  • Neighborhood drainage
  • MS4 stormwater program assistance
  • User fee/utility feasibility

We Provide:

  • Hydrologic/hydraulic modeling
  • Bridge and culvert sizing
  • Floodplain/floodway mapping
  • Neighborhood drainage analysis
  • Waterway permits

We Provide:

  • Sewer system modeling
  • Relief interceptors
  • Satellite treatment
  • Peak wet weather storage
  • Sewer separation and rehabilitation

We Provide:

  • Pervious pavement and rain gardens
  • Energy efficiency
  • Manufactured BMPs

Stormwater Leaders

Scott Drabicki, PE
Scott Drabicki, PEOakbrook Terrace, IL
Wes Christmas, PE, ENV SP
Wes Christmas, PE, ENV SPNew Albany, IN
Emily Basalla, PE, CFM
Emily Basalla, PE, CFMKenosha, WI

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