Hydrology & Hydraulics

Strong Background, Innovative Solutions

Coastland | DCCM stands at the forefront of hydrology and hydraulics, boasting a formidable track record in crafting resilient storm repair projects. Renowned for our ingenuity in overcoming drainage obstacles, we specialize in pioneering solutions that address the most intricate water management challenges.

At Coastland | DCCM, we excel in compiling comprehensive drainage background documents essential for alternative analyses. Our expertise extends to intricate system modeling and the meticulous preparation of hydrology and hydraulic reports. These documents serve as vital blueprints, guiding the implementation of effective water management strategies.

In times of crisis, Coastland | DCCM stands ready to respond swiftly to emergency situations arising from state and federally declared flood disasters. We collaborate seamlessly with key agencies such as FEMA and CalEMA, ensuring a coordinated and effective response to mitigate the impact of natural calamities.

Our dedicated team comprises certified erosion control experts, including Qualified SWPPP Developers (QSD) and Practitioners (QSP), as well as Certified Erosion, Sediment, and Storm Water Inspectors (CESSWI). Their proficiency and commitment enable us to uphold the highest standards of environmental stewardship while delivering exceptional results in every project we undertake.

Trust us to manage the complexities of your project, so you can focus on achieving your vision with confidence. Explore our tailored local solutions or see DCCM’s comprehensive services that can make your project a success.

  • Creation & management of comprehensive water master plans

  • Hydraulic modeling

  • Transmission line design

  • Hydrology calculations

  • Identification of critical lines

  • Strategic placement of proposed water plants & elevated storage tanks

  • Energy analysis

  • Fire flow analysis

  • Impact analysis

  • Open channel design & modeling

  • Water conservation & reuse

  • Water quality simulations

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