Experience in customized solutions with difficult topography or redevelopment sites throughout US and beyond
Work closely with client to maximize property use through compact or underground stormwater solutions
Knowledge of proprietary stormwater treatment devices and associated costs
Incorporate innovative and aesthetic stormwater solutions (pervious/porous pavement systems, bio-filtration, rain gardens) to meet stringent stormwater requirements
Design of rainwater harvesting from hard surfaces for irrigation and greywater uses
Sustainable design that meets LEED requirements and local green initiatives
Feasibility and due diligence
Boundary and topographic survey procurement
Site geometrics and planning
Hydrology and hydraulic analysis
Grading and drainage design
Plan processing and permitting
Construction administration and oversight
Registered in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Mexico, 8 Canadian Provinces and 3 territories
Arizona - Scottsdale
Michael Hreha, P.E., LEED AP
Iowa – Des Moines
Michael Murphy, P.E., LEED AP
Minnesota – White Bear Lake
Matt Woodruff, P.E.
Wisconsin - Appleton
Sandy McClaine, P.E.
Increased storm water runoff from the development of land can, and often does, create serious issues that require engineering expertise to address. These issues revolve around runoff, particularly runoff quantity and water quality. Larson Engineering can design cost- effective Best Management Practices (BMP) to address these issues on your project.
Our experience with designing BMP’s for stormwater management includes design and implementation of runoff attenuation, detention, retention, groundwater recharge and erosion control, as well as many other methods.
At Larson Engineering, we plan, design, bid, and oversee construction of the BMP. We prepare plans and specifications for bidding, assist with obtaining the required permits and approval, and oversee construction to verify compliance with our designs.