INDUSTRIAL WATER MANAGEMENT

Bridge & Stream engineers have broad experience optimizing water management at various industrial facilities, including mines, landfills, and power generation plants.  Our capabilities in storm water management, hydraulic structure design, pump and pipeline systems, and environmental considerations can be leveraged for large industry applications. Our industrial water management services include:

  • Storm water management analyses for mining facilities including the design of channels, ponds, downchutes, pumping systems, stilling basins, pipelines, erosion control measures, and hydraulic structures for mine development, operations and reclamation conditions.

  • Watershed-wide environmental protection projects from permit applications through construction, including design of erosion control measures using BMPs and evaluation of stormwater impacts during various phases of construction for mining and quarry operations. 

  • Hydrologic and hydraulic analyses for the revision of FEMA floodplain maps when needed.  

  • Hydrologic and hydraulic calculations for the development of ash landfill facilities including grading plans, evaluation of pump and pipeline capabilities needed to service the ponds, and design of runoff control measures to protect facilities from long-term erosion.

  • Hydrologic and hydraulic calculations for the development of landfill facilities including grading plans, diversion berms, and design of runoff control measures to protect facilities from long-term erosion.

  • Design of ponds and peak flow attenuation structures such as perforated riser pipes to control and manage stormwater runoff and meet maximum outflow criteria.