Understanding EPA is Crucial

Increasing pressure from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has made stormwater management more complex. The old paradigm was to collect stormwater and get rid of it as quickly as possible to minimize the risk of flooding. Today, the focus has shifted to on-site control, treatment, and retainage. The stormwater group at J-U-B is well-versed in the current and ever-changing EPA regulations, giving our clients peace of mind.

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Watershed Plan and Environmental Assessment: Flood Management and Water Quality Improvement

Planning & Funding Assistance. The NRCS has funded $600,000 for the City of Cottonwood to develop an Environmental Assessment and  Read More…

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CWA #2 Drainage Canal Pump Station Design

Salt Lake City Public Utilities’ Storm Drain Master Plan found deficiencies in the Clean Water Act (CWA) Drainageway that caused  Read More…

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Storm Water Hydraulics, Hydrology and Flood Inundation Analysis

Lewiston, Idaho has a portion of their downtown that was built below the flood stages of the Clearwater and Snake  Read More…

Stormwater - Collection, Treatment, and Master Planning

When you combine our engineering skills with our GIS expertise, we offer valuable tools to help analyze and manage all of your organization’s storm water needs. J-U-B has assisted clients in all aspects of stormwater management with true expertise in the following areas:

Master Planning
Watershed Analysis
Hydraulic Modeling
GIS Analysis