Stormwater Management | WMS Engineering
Storm water concrete pipes

Stormwater Management

WMS works with both private and public sectors to resolve stormwater management issues in a safe and sustainable way.

Stormwater management is a core business of WMS and we work with both private and public clients. We can provide end-to-end design solutions and have a growing reputation for thinking outside the box when solving complex challenges in this space.

We are acutely aware that for many of our developer clients time is money, and so we place strong emphasis on delivering our stormwater projects on-time without compromising quality.

Our capabilities include:

  • Urban flood mapping and flood risk investigations
  • Stormwater management plans
  • Flood risk assessment for development purposes
  • Water quality modelling and WSUD
  • Support with flood- and stormwater-related planning approvals
  • Drainage design
  • DRAINs modelling and assessments

Related Projects

Gatton flood map
Toowoomba Regional Council

Stormwater Catchment Modelling, Planning and Design for Gatton

WMS, in conjunction with RMA Engineers, were commissioned to undertake stormwater catchment modelling, planning and design for the township of Gatton.
Millmerran flood map
Toowoomba Regional Council

Millmerran Urban Stormwater Master Plan

The aim of this project was also to investigate and address local stormwater quality conditions and future requirements relating to Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD).
Rockhampton Regional Council

Washpool Road Preliminary Design of Stormwater Infrastructure

WMS was engaged by Rockhampton Regional Council to identify and prioritise Council’s plan for future trunk infrastructure (PFTIs) for the Washpool Road area.
Marshall Precinct
City of Greater Geelong

Marshall Precinct Stormwater Management Strategy

The primary aim of the SWMS is to investigate the impact that the transition from rural residential land uses into predominantly urban, residential development will have on surface water within and beyond the PSP boundary.