HRC USES MODELING TO ANALYZE AND EVALUATE AND REDUCE COSTS AND RELIABILITY OF PROJECTS

HRC professionals have extensive experience using the latest computer software and modeling packages. Projects range from isolated drainage issues to large, complex water and sewer networks. Models are developed in formats accepted by local, state and federal regulatory agencies.

Computer simulations have become an important part of today’s engineering of stormwater, sanitary and water distribution systems. Modeling provides a means to cost-effectively analyze the capabilities of existing systems and evaluate complex improvement alternatives under a wide range of conditions. These models can identify an area where flow capacity may be limited or can assist with locating the optimal site for new relief sewers, pump stations, water storage tanks or booster stations. Models are used to support the design specification process and can evaluate the water quality.

Areas of Expertise

  • Stormwater Runoff
  • Open Channel Flow
  • Water Distribution Systems
  • Detention / Storage Systems
  • Pressure Booster Stations
  • Water Quality
  • Infiltration and Inflow
  • Bridge Scour Analysis
  • Culvert Analysis
  • Floodplain / FEMA / Mapping
  • Sanitary Sewer Design
  • Sewer System Capacity Analysis
  • Water Storage Tanks
  • GIS / CAD Integration

Contact Us

Keith D. McCormack, P.E.
Vice President
Phone: 248-454-6300
kmccormack@hrcengr.com