Sustainable design, floodplain management and stormwater quality all pose unique challenges to municipalities at various stages of master planning and community growth. Robinson Engineering offers proven solutions for these issues and can work within your existing infrastructure. We can help when residents are experiencing drainage and flooding problems—and demanding answers from their local municipalities.
As technology changes and trends shift, Robinson Engineering keeps pace and remains on the cutting edge with stormwater components such as water quality design and Best Management Practices.
We use a variety of computer modeling applications for designing and evaluating stormwater management plans, storm sewer systems and corrective drainage measures. Robinson has extensive experience with various design standards and ordinances in the region, and our team members regularly sit on local drainage committees.
Robinson recognizes the importance that drainage has with nearly every municipal and private development project. We use a comprehensive approach and implement practical solutions to projects ranging in size from minor backyard drainage problems to large-scale flood studies. Robinson uses its combination of technical expertise and ability to communicate with clients, municipal staff and residents on a daily basis.
NPDES PHASE II
Robinson has experience meeting the requirements of Phase II of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater program. Phase II automatically applies to all construction activities disturbing one or more acres to less than five acres of land. Robinson can prepare the plans and permits required to comply.
Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling
FEMA map revisions
FEMA flood insurance studies
Detention and retention design
FEATURED STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROJECTS
The City of Crest Hill experiences chronic drainage and localized flooding problems. Inundation of backyards, basements, garages and streets occurs regularly during significant rainfall events, diminishing the quality of life for dozens of affected residents.
The Town of Munster had been receiving numerous complaints from residents about the condition of Fran-Lin Parkway. Among the many complaints received the most common were related to the condition of the pavement and reports of local drainage problems.