Water is best understood when it’s viewed holistically. Water supplies, groundwater, stormwater and wastewater are all part of the same hydrologic cycle, and the combined impact on system reliability, flooding, water quality and wetlands should be considered in an integrated way. Forward-thinking water resources planning means making smarter investments that lower life cycle costs and provide multiple benefits. We’ll help you create resiliency, improve the natural environment, and strengthen your community’s economic and social vitality.
Long-range water planning relies on a suite of models and methodologies to account for uncertainty. Our experts discuss these strategies in a recent FYI in 45 webinar.
Water resources planning means listening to what your community values and developing options from there.
Creating Supply Resiliency with WIT
The Water Integration Tool (WIT) is helping forward-thinking utilities evaluate the comprehensive benefits of integrated water resources management and setting a new standard in strategic planning and policy analyses.
Dan uses innovative planning techniques to help clients evaluate risk and make strategic investments in water resources. As CDM Smith’s technology leader in decision science, he helps clients and stakeholders make informed decisions using models, software, and careful listening.
Lauren is one of our top resiliency experts. She’s spread her expertise around the world—from Boston to Jakarta—and has helped clients like the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Institute for Water Resources observe and plan for the future impacts of climate change.
Shayne's passion for environmental sustainability began while he was serving in the U.S. Army. Since then, Shayne's been helping clients find innovative solutions to their water resources challenges.