As experts in water resources analysis and planning for more than 40 years, RICK’s in-house Water Resources Department possesses a wide range of experience in storm water management, including surface runoff modeling, flood control design, hydraulic and sediment transport analyses, urban drainage design, FEMA floodplain mapping and processing, GIS master planning, and storm water quality modeling and design.
Many of RICK’s clients face a complex regulatory environment, including drainage, water quality, and floodplain-related constraints. Our expert engineers are well-versed in local, state, and federal water resources requirements and are able to guide clients through the process. We deploy state-of-the-art technologies to assist with data analysis, modeling, and design.
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RICK’s Water Resources Department was created in 1978 in response to our clients’ increasing demand for hydrologic and hydraulic analyses. An established, integral part of the company, the group interacts with the Civil Engineering Department daily to provide the specialized knowledge of current drainage and storm water management regulations. Our in-house expertise with drainage design brings enormous value to clients faced with complex drainage constraints. Fully versed in evolving construction and post-construction storm water quality regulations, our staff are industry leaders in NPDES compliance and can navigate the current regulations from project planning through design and construction.
years of excellence
locations in the western US