NTM Engineering, Inc. (NTM) was contracted by the Woodmere Art Museum to design Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) for a new parking lot at this museum located in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. The project was funded through a Pennsylvania state redevelopment grant and a Pennsylvania Water Department Stormwater Management Incentives Program grant, necessitating extensive design and permitting […]
NTM Engineering was part of a contract to provide technical support and outreach assistance for the Philadelphia Water Department to assist with augmenting existing regulations included under the Department’s Stormwater Management Guidance Manual and Stormwater Management Regulations. The Manual serves as the private development community’s primary source of stormwater management information. All regulations were redeveloped […]
For the Germantown Flood Relief Capital Improvement Project, NTM assisted in the data collection and reviewed data of previous studies including the AIM1 Report. NTM provided insights on integration of the existing system and alternatives with the upstream/adjacent watershed, utilizing knowledge from experience and modeling with the Act 167 stormwater management plan. NTM Engineering evaluated the existing EPS Stormwater Management Model (SWMM) for input data accuracy, including […]
The District 3-0 Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation (CSVT) Project was a 12-mile highway project implemented by PennDOT to ease a major traffic bottleneck through portions of Northumberland, Snyder, and Union Counties. NTM was involved with the project’s 2D model task for the project’s Northern Section in Northumberland and Union Counties, which featured a 2D hydraulic […]
The PennDOT Bureau of Project Delivery’s Antidegradation and Post-Construction Stormwater Management Policy is the first comprehensive stormwater policy adopted by PennDOT. NTM Engineering assisted the Bureau of Project Delivery’s Highway Quality Assurance Division with developing and writing this Policy.
Under the Philadelphia Water Department’s Green Streets Initiative (GSI), NTM provided conceptual and final designs for the Cayuga Street green storm sewer system. The green storm sewer system will convey runoff to a subsurface infiltration system, designed by others, that will be constructed beneath the Ferko Playground in Juniata Park within the City’s northeast […]