Water resources is a broad concept that covers everything from water use planning to water management through conveyance structures. Canals, streams, siphons, pumps, irrigation, dams and storm drainage systems are all examples of water management features in which TD&H Engineering excels. A sound understanding of hydraulics, hydrology, and water rights and their impacts on our client’s project are important. Our clients include farmers, developers as well as state, local and federal agencies. In addition, we have a successful record working with irrigation districts and obtaining state and federal grants as well as assembling complete project funding packages.
Successful water and storm drainage system engineering requires more than design expertise. Most municipal and small community projects begin with the identification of funding and assistance to the municipality in preparing grant and loan applications. Just as important is the proper guidance from the engineer through the barrage of regulatory compliance issues, the timing of loan and grant programs, and proper assessment of cost-effective means to solve a community’s problems.
Stormwater management evaluates drainage basins to determine runoff and provides the design of conveyance and storage solutions to accommodate anticipated storm flows. The design of stormwater best management practices is also a critical aspect of each project designed by TD&H Engineering.
TD&H Engineers have extensive experience in evaluating and designing water source distribution, storage and treatment systems, as well as providing communities with safe and adequate water supplies for domestic, commercial, and industrial needs.