Sunday, April 30, 2017

Resource Management



Water resource management can include water use and allocation, industrial considerations, municipal and potable considerations, site dewatering, drought and flood considerations, impacts upon water-dependent natural resources (sometimes including threatened / endangered species), pollution assessment and remediation, State and Federal permitting and permit compliance, and can also include any combination of the above.

Water resource management project goals are best met by a project team that has the necessary, fundamental, technical expertise to address core project issues and who is also able to address a potentially diverse array of related, secondary issues in assessing project alternatives. Converse provides services required for successful water resource management.