Storm Water Management is a critical component to almost all projects. The construction of roadways, parking areas, and buildings (among many others) prevent rain water from infiltrating into the ground. Without the ability to naturally infiltrate, rainfall quickly becomes runoff that is carried to local streams, rivers, and wetlands. As a result of the increased runoff and byproducts of development, pollutants such as sediment, oil, grease, trash and debris are carried to the downstream systems.

With constantly evolving state and county storm water regulations, the ability to join environmental stewardship with land development is imperative to the success of many projects. In order to meet water quality regulations, Proactive Engineering staff works closely with clients and governmental agencies to develop small footprint Best Management Practices (BMPs) in the preliminary design stages of projects. Proactive Engineering staff strives to provide clients with storm water management solutions that are low maintenance and environmentally friendly while maximizing the useable space of the project.

  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs)
  • Letter of Map Revisions (LOMR)
  • Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) Services
  • Low Impact Development (LID) Plans

  • Water Quality Management Plans (WQMPs)

  • Storm Drain and BMP Design

  • Hydrology and Hydraulics Studies

  • Water Quality

  • Notices of Intent/Termination (NOIs/NOTs)

  • SMARTS Assistance

// Stormwater Management Projects