WATER RESOURCES EXPERIENCE
ASI prepares watershed plans and has extensive experience in drainage area delineation, hydrologic, hydraulic, and water quality modeling, measuring stream flow, stream sampling, and performing stream bank, outfall, and sediment surveys. ASI has led the development of a suite of hydrologic, hydraulic, and water quality models as part of the Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration Project (RRNWWDP). ASI has modeled the quantity and quality of flow from CSO and strom water systems in the Rouge River watershed.
ASI has developed and applied models of the Pebble Creek watershed as part of the RRNWWDP to evaluate existing conditions, flow control alternatives and best management practices (BMPs) that would improve water quality and reduce peak flow rates. ASI performed a study of the Franklin Subwatershed of Oakland County to identify flooding, stream bank erosion, sedimentation, and non-point source pollution problems. ASI performed a study of the Carpenter Lake dam, and prepared plans for its rehabilitation.
Past watershed projects include watershed modeling, wetland and detention pond design and retrofit, and stream bank erosion correction projects. In addition, ASI are experts in performing floodplain studies and obtaining floodplain permits.