Engineering and Survey

We provide a wide spectrum of water resources engineering including watershed assessments, floodplain studies, stream and wetland restoration design, and LID consultation.

Our in-house surveyors work in concert with our engineers and other technical staff to provide the most precise location data, from existing site conditions and infrastructure to natural and cultural resources. We understand that accurate location information is essential to the permitting and land planning process.

Designing with the Environment in Mind

WSSI develops solutions for a wide range of water resource concerns that are both practical and approvable. We successfully integrate traditional engineering techniques with a “natural systems” approach to address our clients’ unique needs. This builds upon, and often improves, traditional stormwater management designs – allowing our projects to blend seamlessly into the environment, while maintaining durability.

There’s No One Better in the Field!

WSSI’s engineers are experts in the field of water resources management. Our highly trained and experienced staff stay ahead of changes in design regulation, allowing them to craft solutions that tackle even the toughest challenges. Our engineers excel in combining the benefits provided by natural systems with more traditional engineering elements to design projects that are not only effective at controlling and treating stormwater, but also aesthetic, environmental centerpieces in their communities.

*Engineering and survey services offered in selected states; not offered in North Carolina.

Thanks to Nathan Staley and [WSSI], my students are using “real” data to help them visualize and understand the plan/profile drawing creation process. I have been teaching this class for 35 years now… It is difficult to train young engineers how to properly document designs. I really liked the clear and simple plan and profile layouts that [WSSI] prepares. Layouts are a difficult topic for students, but examples of “real” work help to drive the points home.

Denton Yoder, Computer Systems Engineer, Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Department of Biological Systems Engineering