Stormwater and Sanitary Sewers

Geosyntec helps hundreds of clients meet the challenge of stormwater management by assembling multidisciplinary teams of respected and experienced professionals known for their innovative accomplishments across this industry sector.

Our scientists and engineers specialize in:

  • Green infrastructure
  • Stormwater best management practices (BMPs)
  • Low impact development (LID)
  • Hydromodification and geomorphology of streams
  • National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting and receiving water studies
  • Hydrology and flood modeling

Geosyntec practitioners frequently consult with clients at the local, state, regional, and national levels to integrate watershed and stormwater planning into the fabric of their short- and long-term planning. Our clients include developers, cities, utilities, state agencies, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and non-governmental organizations. Many of our projects involve planning efforts at the site-level to watershed scales, often in partnership with key groups of stakeholders in a community.

Lead Consultants

  • Greg Corcoran, P.E.
    Greg Corcoran is a Senior Principal Civil Engineer based in California with more than 25 years of experience with a focus on the design, construction, and operation of engineered systems for waste ...
  • Jesse Varsho, P.E., P.G.
    Jesse Varsho is a Principal Engineer and Geologist based in Illinois with more than 15 years of experience in environmental consulting, landfill engineering, construction quality assurance, permitt ...
  • Scott Forbess, P.E.
    Scott Forbess is a Senior Principal Engineer based in California with more than 17 years of professional experience focused on remediation design, Remediation Investigation/Feasibility Study (RI/FS ...
Geosyntec Consultants
Geosyntec is a specialized consulting and engineering firm that works with private and public sector clients to address new ventures and complex problems involving our environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure.

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