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Drainage

A deteriorating drainage channel needs to be redesigned, a storm sewer system needs to be upgraded to current criteria, erosion issues need  to be addressed; TranSystems’ civil and structural engineers and hydraulic/hydrologic experts have the professional expertise and qualifying experience to deliver sound solutions for any drainage project.

TranSystems has designed projects for municipalities and other public sector clients across the United States and internationally. Our engineering professionals provide an innovative approach to complex and comprehensive drainage systems. Our drainage services include, floodplain structures, environmental permitting and documentation, civil and structural engineering, HEC, infrastructure planning and design, FEMA studies (CLOMR and LOMR), hydraulic/hydrologic assessments, dam evaluations, drainage master planning, erosion control facility design, cost and budget estimates, program management, regulatory permitting, construction inspection and project management, boundary and topographic surveying, watershed master planning, environmental assessments.

TranSystems can design new facilities or update existing systems to current criteria. We ensure that no development  increases flooding or erosion or causes water pollution problems. Our consulting services span all modes for public and private-sector clients.
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Alistair Sawers Joins TranSystems as Vice President and Leader of P3 Advisory Services
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