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Stormwater Management & Water Quality


Resiliency through Nature-based Solutions

Stormwater Management and Nutrient Reduction Solutions that provide cost-effective permit compliance while reducing long-term O&M liability and risk.


Cost-effective stormwater solutions, without compromising quality.

Nature-based BMPs rate the elements of design and construction, allowing RES to deliver cost-effective stormwater solutions without compromising quality.

They also mimic natural processes, improving ecological services and driving down maintenance costs over time as they mature.

We have a national portfolio of proven green infrastructure solutions designed to satisfy stormwater permit requirements, including NPDES and state regulatory compliance while providing ancillary benefits to surrounding ecosystems and communities.


Turnkey delivery of our stormwater BMPs.

RES provides turnkey delivery of our stormwater BMPs, encompassing land, design, construction, and monitoring at whatever the desired scale—from a single outfall to a broad program covering a region or watershed.

This full-delivery approach gives RES a line-of-sight across the entire lifecycle of the project, affording our clients the benefit of both cost savings and budgetary certainty.

Coupled with a performance-based contracting approach, this facilitates the transfer of risk and liability from our clients onto RES.




  • Nutrient reduction implementation planning and execution
  • Land area conversion management planning and implementation
  • Site preparation and restorative planting


  • Mitigation design, planning, and development
  • Site protective instrument protecting site in perpetuity
  • Site preparation and restorative planting
  • Ecologically restorative planting

BMP Types

  • Stormwater retention ponds (wet or dry)
  • Bioretention facilities
  • Wetland-enhanced BMPs
  • Sand filters
  • Buffer planting/enhancement
  • Regenerative stormwater conveyances
  • Floating wetlands
  • Bioswales
  • Infiltration planters
  • Underground detention vaults
  • Permeable pavement/pavers

Case Studies