Gallery of Recent Project Photos from around Lake George

Check out some of our latest green infrastructure project photos.
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Rain Gardens
Rain Gardens

Rain gardens are an attractive and an effective way to treat stormwater runoff. Rain gardens can used to control stormwater runoff from a roof from entering Lake George.

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Stormwater Management Design

 

Stormwater management is the control of runoff from precipitation that flows across the grpund surface and eventually flows into a body of water. Stormwater management is the practice of controlling and managing stormwater runoff by directing the runoff to control devices to contain and release the runoff at a slower rate. Some common practices are vegetated swales, biroretention (rain gardens), permeable pavers and filter strips. 

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Puraflo Peat Fiber Biofilter Systems are one of the most versatile & reliable treatment systems on the market.

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Individual Wastewater Treatment Systems

Individual wastewater treatment systems last about 20-years. As systems age, they require more maintenance and upkeep, possibly needing a complete upgrade. Enhanced Treatment Units (ETU's) or "Engineered" Individual Wastewater Treatment Systems have greatly improved the wastewater industry. There are a vast amount of products on the market, from traditional stone & pipe laterals, Eljen-Geotextile Sand Filter Systems (GSF), PuraFlo Peat Biofilter Systems, Presby Advanced Enviro-Septic Treatment Systems.

 

These are some of the highest performing wastewater treatment systems on the market. Each site's conditions may dictate which system is the most effective and least costly.

 

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Commercial Site Design
Commercial Site Design

Site Design starts with a good plan. Planning and designing for stormwater management and wastewater treatment are critical to the long-term success of a business.

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Site Design & Permitting

Site design focuses on all of the exterior components outside of the building or dwelling being constructed. Soil disturbances from construction activities can cause sediment and erosion to leave a project site.

 

Low-impact development (LID) techniques can reduce the amount of disturbance to a site while focusing the development on the best locations on the property and minimizing impact. 

 

Consulting Engineer