Water Resources Resiliency

We understand the dynamic and evolving nature of water resources.

Global and regional changes pose a huge challenge for water management. Sea level rise, population growth, and urbanization affect the reliability and sustainability of water resources. Madrid CPWG  has extensive experience developing the plans and programs that detail the monitoring, adjusting, and long-term planning required to maintain a resilient system. Our team creates plans based on the functional relationships and interdependencies of a resilient system.

The Madrid CPWG Water Resources Services team includes a diverse staff of professionals with unique skill sets and expertise. We are aware of the intricacies of water resource projects and we understand how to take projects from concept to design to construction and into a sustainable future. Our seasoned engineers and environmental scientists understand the importance of integrating our client’s goals with practical, cost-efficient, and innovative solutions. We will listen to you and design projects and services that meet your needs.

Our team stays current on regulatory policies and maintain good relationships with permitting agencies. Our experienced engineers follow the principles of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI) to create environmental solutions for now and the future. Our attention to detail, along with our understanding of water resources management and regulations, allows our team to provide focused, unique, and client-specific results and solutions.

 

  • Facility Assessment
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Life Cycle Analysis
  • Sea Level Rise Assessment
  • Asset Management
  • Master Planning
  • Alternative Analysis
  • Conceptual Designs
  • Civil and Construction Plans
  • Facility Assessment
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Life Cycle Analysis
  • Sea Level Rise Assessment
  • Asset Management
  • Master Planning
  • Alternative Analysis
  • Conceptual Designs
  • Civil and Construction Plans

Lake Roberts

Water Quality Monitoring

Orange County, Florida

Lake Gem Mary

Water Quality Monitoring

Orange County, Florida

Peck’s Sink

Hydrologic Modeling

Hernando County, Florida

Water Quality Monitoring

Accurate monitoring to assess negative impacts to our water.

Water is a precious resource that can be negatively impacted by pollution from residential areas, industrial sites, farms, land development, or recreational use. Monitoring this increasingly scarce resource is critical to identifying existing conditions, activity impacts, and potential solutions to mitigate risk.

The Madrid CPWG has decades of experience developing water quality monitoring programs for watersheds, water basins, lakes, ponds, rivers, and other watercourses. The programs include background data collection, equipment calibration, water sampling/monitoring, laboratory analysis, data compilation, modeling, pollutant load analysis, trend analysis, design analysis, recommendations, and environmental permits. Our recommendations are delivered in an easy to understand matrix detailing each alternative with an associated Benefit-Cost Ratio.

  • Surface Water Management Plan
  • Water Monitoring Plan
  • Water Collection/Sampling Plan
  • Environmental Documentation
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Surface Water Monitoring
  • Groundwater Modeling
  • Data Compilation
  • Trend Analysis
  • Pollutant Load Analysis
  • Water Quality Restoration
  • Saltwater Intrusion Analysis
  • Surface Water Management Plan
  • Water Monitoring Plan
  • Water Collection/Sampling Plan
  • Environmental Documentation
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Surface Water Monitoring
  • Underwater Monitoring
  • Data Compilation
  • Groundwater Modeling
  • Trend Analysis
  • Pollutant Load Analysis
  • Saltwater Intrusion Analysis

Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling

We provide cost-effective solutions from our computer simulation models.

Our engineers have the experience, software, and computer skills required to successfully develop hydrologic and hydraulic modeling to meet your project’s requirements. Madrid CPWG utilizes the latest in computer modeling software. Our software library contains multiple watershed models, such as ICPR 4, to incorporate a broad range of specialty modeling and ArcGIS applications.

Our modeling team can identify critical deficiencies throughout the system and perform all necessary hydrologic and hydraulic calculations to design the recommended stormwater drainage system.  Our models meet the requirements of local, state, and federal regulatory agencies. In addition to providing valuable project data, models may be used for FEMA Flood Insurance Studies, Letters of Map Change, Flood Hazard Mitigation, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Flood Drainage Reduction Studies.

  • System Capacity Analysis
  • Storage Systems Analysis
  • Culvert Analysis
  • Urban Drainage
  • Green Infrastructure
  • Floodplain Mapping
  • Watershed Modeling
  • Stormwater Harvesting
  • Low Impact Development
  • Erosion and Sediment Control
  • Best Management Practice
  • Hazard Mitigation Strategy
  • Benefit-Cost Analysis
  • Model Calibration 
  • Continuous Simulation Model
  • System Capacity Analysis
  • Storage Systems Analysis
  • Culvert Analysis
  • Urban Drainage
  • Green Infrastructure
  • Floodplain Mapping
  • Watershed Modeling
  • Stormwater Harvesting
  • Low Impact Development
  • Erosion and Sediment Control
  • Best Management Practice
  • Hazard Mitigation Strategy
  • Benefit-Cost Analysis
  • Model Calibration 
  • Continuous Simulation Model

Wetland Delineation

Wetland assessment you can depend on

Madrid CPWG has assessed wetlands on dozens of projects representing thousands of acres in Central Florida

Our team has successfully completed wetland assessments including the review of aerial photography, fieldwork, which has often been, conducted under grueling conditions, and the preparation of GIS maps depicting the results of our efforts. We have conducted analyses of wetland function, including groundwater and surface water monitoring, hydrogeomorphic functional analyses, Wetland Rapid Assessment Procedure analyses, and the development of specific models designed to assess regional wetland mitigation strategies.

We are familiar with all regulations associated with wetlands permitting and mitigation. Our team has conducted dozens of successful permitting projects through multiple Water Management Districts, State Departments of Environmental Protection, and the Army Corps of Engineers.

  • Wetlands and Water Delineation
  • Preliminary Assessments
  • Environmental Constraints Assessment
  • Wetlands Permitting
  • Compliance Monitoring
  • Construction Monitoring
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Surface Water Monitoring
  • Underwater Monitoring
  • Wetlands and Water Delineation
  • Preliminary Assessments
  • Environmental Constraints Assessment
  • Wetlands Permitting
  • Compliance Monitoring
  • Construction Monitoring
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Surface Water Monitoring
  • Underwater Monitoring

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