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Three steps to effectively managing stormwater

Climate change and urban development have a considerable impact on stormwater management, and heavy precipitation only increases the amount of runoff water that needs to be managed.

However, it is possible to reduce the amount of stormwater carried into storm networks by better controlling it at the source.

For designers, calculation methods adapted to environmental conditions, such as the SWMM, are useful in adjusting the design to these changes. The SWMM approach offers a real‑time portrait of the network, giving the designer better insight into network behaviours, thus allowing for better control at the source.

Need help making the leap to an advanced stormwater calculation methodology?

1. Analyze your business processes

  • Identify your team’s objectives
  • Assess the current use of your software
  • Assess your team’s competencies
  • Optimize the use of required tools and software
  • Manage activities related to the transition project

2. Improve and optimize your technological environment

  • Civil 3D and Storm & Sanitary Analysis training
  • Software configuration
  • Coaching
  • Documentation of new work protocols

3. Support

  • Technical assistance for various issues

  • Project support


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Louis Robin

Technical Sales Representative


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