Weston & Sampson has decades of experience assisting communities, agencies, and private entities in meeting their stormwater needs on small- and large-scale projects.  We provide traditional services such as evaluation, design, and construction of drainage infrastructure, but are also at the forefront of our industry in offering state-of-the art services such as digital data collection/management and incorporating green practices/low impact development into our designs.  With the expertise of more than 450 engineers, scientists, hydrologists, permitting specialists and other professionals, we provide a full range of in-house stormwater capabilities, including:

  • Pipeline, culvert, and channel analysis
  • Treatment system and drainage pump station installation/replacement/rehabilitation design
  • Structural Best Management Practices
  • Hydraulic modeling
  • Permitting and public bidding
  • Construction administration/resident representation
  • Rain gardens, green practices, and Low Impact Development (LID)
  • Retention/detention basins
  • Stormwater recovery and reuse

News & Highlights

WEFTEC Public Service Project in New Orleans - Weston & Sampson participated in the WEFTEC Public Service Project in New Orleans, LA.

EPA Releases Long-Awaited MS4 Permit for Massachusetts - The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released the next General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) for Massachusetts.

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