Storm Water


GBMc & Associates provides strategic storm water permitting services to assist industrial, construction, and municipal clients in achieving cost-effective compliance with local, state, and federal storm water discharge regulations. Specific service areas include attainment of applicable storm water permits, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) development, development and implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs), site inspections, sampling and monitoring, training, record keeping, and reporting.

Experience and Capabilities

  • Prepared NOI and SWPPPs including BMP specifications and sediment and erosion control recommendations for numerous industrial, oil and gas, electrical transmission, commercial and residential construction projects. Prepared Short Term Activity Authorization (STAA) requests for numerous projects requiring in-stream construction activities.
  • Provide a team of experienced storm water site inspectors and individuals qualified to complete required SWPPP training, monitoring, and record keeping for construction projects. 
  • Prepared SWPPPs and completed storm water inspections for multiple industrial facilities to achieve NPDES compliance.
  • Provide storm sampling support for various industrial clients including laboratory coordination, sampling, sample handling, data analysis, corrective action plan development, and preparation of annual reports.
  • Provide support to Phase II municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) users including specialized monitoring, inspections, pollutant reduction recommendations, treatment feature design, BMP's, and assistance with reporting requirements.
  • Completed watershed scale non-point source (pollutants occurring as the result of storm water runoff) reduction studies that include monitoring, source assessment, modeling, and recommendations for pollutant reduction. Recommendations frequently include installation of treatment features in urban and commercial areas, stream bank stabilization and implementation of agricultural land management practices.

GBMc Contacts Greg Phillips, Brad Phillips, Josh Fluger