Stormwater Management and Open Channel Hydraulics ​​​​

As weather patterns become increasingly unpredictable and natural disasters related to flooding are on the rise, managing stormwater and floodwaters is becoming increasingly complex. The need for these types of services will only increase as municipalities and governments realize their vulnerabilities and begin to revise and amend their stormwater and flood management procedures. Riley has realized the need for the increase in these types of services and therefore offers the following relating to stormwater and open channel hydraulics:   ​​​​

  • Flood modeling and mapping studies (1-Dimensional and 2-Dimensional flow)
  • Stormwater Pollution and Prevention Plans (SWPPPs)
  • Channel design
  • Riprap, erosion and bank protection design
  • Reservoir spillway design
  • Flow control structure design (e.g. weirs, spillways, drop inlets, drop chutes, energy dissipaters, etc.)
  • Culvert design and analysis
  • Reservoir and channel routing