Urban Hydrology

Managing stormwater as a resource fosters a mind-set grounded in sustainability principles.  At Associated, we encourage integrated approaches for managing stormwater at a basin level.  The key objectives are to maintain or improve the ecological health of watersheds by helping clients manage watersheds in a holistic manner.  This includes planning development in a manner that protects environmentally sensitive areas, maximizes the use of stormwater source controls (LID’s), and incorporates stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP’s).  Our team of water resources engineers, hydrologists, aquatic and terrestrial biologists, planners, hydrogeologists, geomorphologists and facilitators bring an integrated approach to watershed management that minimizes the potential for flood-related damage, erosion, and sedimentation and promotes sustainable design.

For more information, please contact John van der Eerden (Vice President, Water Resources) at vandereerdenj@ae.ca.

awards

ACEC-BC 2014 Award of Excellence

John Matthews Ravine Restoration


BC Capital Regional District 2013 Ecostar Award

Watershed Management for Reliable Controls building


Consulting Engineers of Alberta 2007 Award of Excellence

Mill Creek Roper Pond Stormwater Management


Consulting Engineers of Alberta 2010 Award of Merit

Calgary Northwest Inner City Drainage Study


additional resources

Strategic Project Management helps clients achieve long-term objectives

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Continual evolution of technology improves engineering production processes

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Mark Belanger finds consulting engineering a natural fit

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Environmental Assessment and design of Fischer-Hallman Road

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clients

City of Kelowna

City of Yorkton

Government of Bermuda

Okanagan Basin Water Board

Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo