Watershed Consulting Associates partnered with Parker Rodriguez and Wagner Hodgson to develop a long-term redesign plan for the lower reaches of Whetstone Brook, located in Brattleboro, VT. Plagued by significant and destructive flooding, our plan, detailed in the Design for Resilience in Brattleboro’s Whetstone Brook Corridor, provides design solutions to reduce flooding frequency and severity, and lessen or prevent damage when flooding does occur. This includes many green stormwater infrastructure features, restored access to the historic floodplain in multiple locations, and a focus on green design for all future development in the area. The result of the study was a plan that encompasses a toolkit of green strategies to reduce the impacts of future floods while preserving and improving the cultural resources of the village of Brattleboro.
Watershed Consulting – Stormwater Specialists
WCA & Reef Keepers partner to design stormwater management features for the new British Virgin Islands Humane Society facilityWCA is partnering with the Association of Reef Keepers’, Ridge to Reef Programme to design …Read More »
Watershed to present on Green Stormwater Infrastructure at StormCon in Portland, Oregon August 4th-6th.Watershed was selected out of hundreds of firms to present at StormCon 2014 on their …Read More »
Watershed Consulting Associates, with local partner Aldrich and Elliott to complete Sunderland and Indian Brook Flow Restoration Plan for Essex.Watershed Consulting Associates, with local partner Aldrich + Elliott will be working with MS4 partners …Read More »
Watershed Consulting Associates to work with the City and Town of St. Albans on the Rugg Brook Flow Restoration Plan.Watershed Consulting Associates with local partner Aldrich + Elliott have been selected to complete the …Read More »
- The State of Vermont has submitted a draft Phase I plan to the EPA for …Read More »
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