After nearly a decade at our old digs in Stowe and the Mad River Valley, Watershed has moved! In October we packed up the old office and headed up to Burlington to 430 Shelburne Road to a sweet third-story office space.

This change is big for us as it now allows us to even more easily travel around the region to visit project sites and meet with clients. Additionally, many of our long-term project partners are headquartered in the Burlington area, so it makes collaboration even easier than before. Even though we’ll miss our old office, the new one is pretty nice.

Not only have we changed our physical home, we’ve re-vamped our virtual one as well. Watershedca.com now has a new look, thanks to Tannermooredesign. The stormwater field has changed significantly since we started in 2005. We’ve seen the rise of low-impact development and green stormwater infrastructure, Vermont has started to aggressively pursue Illicit Discharge and Detection in our municipal sewer systems to eliminate deleterious nutrient pollution sources, and the new Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System planning process is beginning to take off. Stormwater and its effects are being taken very seriously in Vermont, and we’re in the thick of numerous projects responding to this change in the regulatory landscape. In order to highlight some of this work, we decided it was time for a new look and a new chance to share some of the work we’ve been doing.

We hope you have a chance to check out some of our projects from the past couple years. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have a project of your own that we might be able to help with.