Water Resources Engineering

rcs water resources engineeringBy studying the movement, distribution, and quality of water and analyzing statistical properties of hydrologic records, our engineers are able to estimate future hydrologic phenomena. These calculated estimations are vital to investment decisions in future infrastructure and to determine the yield reliability characteristics of water supply systems. The professionals that comprise the RCS team have an extensive operational knowledge of the hydrology and hydrogeology of Florida, having worked on a wide variety of projects for both public and private clients. RCS personnel provide expertise in a wide variety of water resource engineering applications, including the design of treatment systems, local and regional scale computer modeling, monitoring plans, permitting, and planning.
RCS professionals are also experienced in designing water quality projects and retrofit water quality projects to meet water quality targets and proposed TMDLs.
Our professionals are proficient in a wide variety of industry-standard modeling software applications. In addition, RCS professionals are very experience with the modeling software used by various government agencies throughout the State of Florida (water management districts, FDEP, NRCS, etc.) To better serve our clients, RCS professionals continue their education to keep pace with new developments in software technology and government standards.

Services We Offer:

Computer Modeling
  • Surface Water and Groundwater Modeling
  • Integrated Surface Water and Groundwater Modeling
  • Groundwater and Surface Water Remediation
  • Contaminant Transport Modeling
  • Hydrologic Assessments
  • Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling
  • TMDL/Pollutant Modeling
  • Aquifer Recharge Analysis
  • Peer Review Services
  • Floodplain Modeling and Mapping
  • GIS Data Analysis
Stormwater Management and Design Sand Seperator
  • Stormwater Treatment Systems
  • Stormwater Design
  • Stormwater Planning and CIP Development
  • Stormwater Permitting
  • Stormwater BMP Design and Evaluation
  • Wetland Treatment Systems
  • Wetland Restoration
  • Environmental Resources Permits (ERPs)
  • ERP Exemptions
  • Conveyance System Design
  • Cost Estimating
  • Construction Management
  • Grant Funding
  • Operation & Maintenance Plans
  • Stormwater Reuse Systems
Irrigation Systems Irrigation Systems
  • Irrigation Systems Design 
    • Center Pivots
    • Linear-Move-Systems
    • Micro Irrigation
    • Drip
    • Sub-Surface Drip
    • Walking Guns
    • Solid Sets
    • Seepage
    • Furrow
  • Stormwater Reuse System Evaluation and Design
Wastewater Effluent Disposal & Reuse
  • Effluent Disposal and Wet Weather Storage Systems
    • Rapid Infiltration Basins
    • Reuse Irrigation
    • Absorption Fields
    • Tanks (not disposal)
    • Other Reuse Systems
  • Wet Weather Storage Analysis
  • Florida Department of Environmental Protection Permitting
Water Supply Planning
  • Wellfield Design
  • Data Collection and Analysis
  • Water Usage/Demand Analysis
  • Consumptive Use Permitting
  • Water Supply Planning
  • Wellfield Management Plans
  • Alternative Water Supply Analysis
  • Weather Stations and Hydrologic Monitoring
  • Surface Water, Groundwater, and Facilities Monitoring
  • Landfill Monitoring Station Service
  • Pump Station Design
  • GIS Analysis and Database Development

Main Office

  • 211 West Warren Avenue
         Longwood, Florida 32750
  • (407) 831-3095
  • (407) 831-5095
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