LandStudies has provided a wide array of technical services to the Maryland State Highway Administration
Our specialized services allow a municipality to increase its understanding of an issued Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4) Permit through cost effective program and project development. Our team of Engineers, Landscape Architects, Scientists and Construction Managers provide a complete set of tools to address all components of an MS4 permit and corresponding Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) for a municipality.
Typical of many communities with common open space, the maintenance committee for the Village Grande community in Lancaster County was looking sustainable alternatives to large expanses of high maintenance lawn areas. Stormwater drainage issues were driving up the cost of maintenance and the solutions lacked ecological benefits.
The facilities director for the Penn State Hershey Medical Center (PSHMC) campus was looking for more sustainable alternatives to manage large areas of open space and particularly challenging areas such as stormwater facilities and steep slopes.
Designed and constructed a restoration project restoring approximately 6,800 linear feet of Shober’s Run
The project team developed a program that blends recreational uses with conservation training and demonstration