At the core of good stormwater management is making sure that any stormwater practice, whether proposed or existing, is in compliance with local, regional, and state-wide permit structures. For those unfamiliar with the process, permitting for stormwater and erosion control projects can be daunting. Watershed Consulting specializes in all aspects of stormwater, including permitting, and knows the best way to get a project off the ground or how to get an operational site back in compliance.
Our staff includes Certified Professionals in Stormwater Quality, Erosion and Sediment Control, and Inspection who understand hydrology, soils, wetlands, and how stormwater runoff interacts with each of those features. We are experienced with site evaluation, modeling and design, proper installation techniques, maintenance of practices, and inspection.
Whether it’s a Multi-Sector General Permit for your gravel or asphalt operation, a Construction General Permit for a municipal or industrial project, or an operational State Stormwater Permit for a residential or commercial development, we have extensive experience in these permitting processes. One of our largest permitting clients is Pike Industries, for whom we manage sites in both Vermont and New Hampshire, covering operations from stone and gravel quarrying to asphalt production and storage.
Pike Industries is one of the largest sand, gravel, and asphalt producers in New England. Their daily operations include stormwater management and runoff control under the Multi-Sector General Permit which Watershed manages for Pike Industries for their Vermont facilities.