Every construction site has unique requirements
Today landscape design on large commercial projects must include a thoughtful and knowledgeable approach to an integrated stormwater quality facility. As part of a cohesive landscape design, stormwater systems can be as simple as a dry detention basin, or as complex as specific layers of certified soil, gravel and plant material in a filtration planter or rain garden.
Location, access, soil type, layout of parking lot, size of buildings, existing vegetation and elevation changes are just a few of the factors affecting how a required stormwater system must be designed. Don’t worry, EarthTech has your back. Our stormwater design experts will plan for your particular site with designs which adhere to local codes and perform for years to come.
It’s not your job to make sure the stormwater design is right for your project—it’s ours.
Experience to make your job easier
As commercial landscapers, we have immersed our team—from Scott Tandy our designer, to every person on our install team—in landscape practices which are good for our environment. We know stormwater facility design is essential to saving water from rainfall and preventing pollutants from flowing into our streams and rivers.
At every step from design to install to maintenance, you can count on our experience to plan for your specific site, to verify local codes and design accordingly, then install each stormwater facility in balance with the commercial landscape design.
If a civil engineer or landscape architect stamp is required, we have the resources to pull the right team together.
We will verify which approved options (rain garden, dry detention basin, vegetated filter strip, stormwater pond, bioswale or another) will work. It’s not your job to make sure the stormwater design is right for your project, the site layout and to fulfill on local requirements—it’s ours.
“Working with EarthTech has always been a positive experience. There is no need for substantial oversight of a project because their crew and project managers are meticulous about their work and communication when unforeseen questions and coordination needs arise.””Isaac TalleyTechnical Development Manager, Facilities & Operations, Chemeketa Community College