Stormwater + Environmental

Our team at JC Waller & Associates, PC has extensive knowledge and experience working with clients who develop and maintain an array of infrastructure with their design, permitting, construction observations and inspection needs. As caretakers of our world, developments must work in unison with the surroundings, whether it is a community of people or our natural environment. 

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N. C. A&T STATE UNIVERSITY

VANSTORY HALL DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS  - Provided civil engineering Design and Construction Administration services for the exterior drainage improvementS to the north side of Vanstory Hall. Services also included a topographical survey which included obtaining top elevation and inverts to the storm sewer system adjacent to Vanstory Hall. Prepared a Schematic Design of the stormwater piping network layout as well as a Site/Civil Plan, Demolition Plan, Site Grading Plan as well as a Sediment and Erosion Control Plan. 

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MYERS DEVELOPMENT GROUP

402-404 PENRY ROAD STREAM PIPING & PERMITTING - Liberty Road Subdivision stream crossing and restoration project involved providing design and permitting services for the 60 linear feet for a 72” dia. culvert crossing, 300 linear feet of stream re-alignment and stream bank stabilization to an unnamed tributary to Beaver Creek (perennial stream). The stream restoration portion of the project was to correct a previously unauthorized realignment of the stream and repair the erosion of stream banks due to channel incision.  

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LIBERTY ROAD SUBDIVISION

LIBERTY ROAD DRAINAGE & ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS - Liberty Road Subdivision stream crossing and restoration project involved providing design and permitting services for the 60 linear feet for a 72" diameter culvert crossing, 300 linear feet of stream re-alignment and stream bank stabilization to an unnamed tributary to Beaver Creek (perennial stream). The stream restoration portion of the project was to correct a previously unauthorized realignment of the stream and repair the erosion of stream banks due to channel incision.