Quality storm water management is necessary to maintain infrastructure and to protect our streams, rivers, and lakes from dangerous environmental hazards and pollutants.
Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) has decades of experience in the planning, design, and construction review of storm water management and erosion control projects. We take a comprehensive approach to storm water management, looking at both short-term and long-term solutions as they relate to environmental concerns, land use plans, future population projections, and commercial development.
We use AssetAllyTM, our cloud-based geographic information system (GIS), as a communication and delivery tool for our storm water management projects. This system offers a simple interface for water quality and flood control modeling results, providing community staff with an effective method to present results to elected officials and project stakeholders.
Storm Water Management System Planning & Design
Design of Individual & Regional Storm Water Management Facilities
Floodplain Modeling & Mapping
MS4 Permit Compliance
Streambank Stabilization & Erosion Evaluations
In-Stream Restoration & Improvements
In-Stream Habitat Improvements
Wetland Screening & Delineations
Drone Mapping & Inspection
Storm Water Utility Creation & Rate Studies
Storm Water & Water Resources Grant Preparation & Application Administration
TMDL Planning & Implementation
Illicit Discharge Inspection
Pollutant Loading Analysis (Modeling)
Erosion Control Planning & Inspections
Waterway & Watershed Planning
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
As storm water management requirements become more stringent, the need for strategic, long-term storm water management planning increases. Watch this video to learn about partnership and planning strategies that can help make storm water management more cost-effective.
Inspecting and digitally tracking the components of a storm water system in GIS provides instant access to system information when needed for maintenance, planning, report generation, and permitting. Learn how you can benefit by tracking, inspecting, and maintaining your individual components of their storm water systems in GIS.