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Legacy Engineering

Environmental Services

Principals at Legacy Engineering have extensive experience with term or open‐end contracts for environmental engineering services with numerous local governments across the Commonwealth, as well as many state agencies and federal entities. Legacy proposes an approach to assist with continuing the successful implementation of the Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Program (VESCP) and the Virginia Stormwater Management Program (VSMP).

​The team is prepared to provide these services immediately from the start date of the contract award operator with the shared goals of:

  • Successfully provide Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS-4),  Stormwater Management (SWM), and Erosion and Sediment Control (ESC) program development, support, training, and audit support;

  • SWM and ESC Plan review and approval consistent with regulatory requirements;

  • Using checklists, databases, and developing or revising guidance and policy manuals to ensure consistency in its SWM and ESC programs and to help guide the regulated community on achieving effective compliance;

  • Providing support to the citizens, politicians, and the regulated private sector across Virginia to help them understand the evolving SWM and ESC regulations;

  • Construction practices consistent with approved plans, standards and specifications; and an ability to effectively and efficiently address challenges that arise during a project.

  • Develop communication/file sharing portal with clients and regulators to share design plan and compliance inspection reports; 

  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) development and support

  • Environmental site assessments

  • Water Quality Information Acquisition (WQIA) systems and Mitigation plans for the Chesapeake Bay Compliance 

  • SWM Best Management Practices (BMP) Inspections

  • Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Action Plans

Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)

Phase I

  1. Physical description of site.

  2. Determination of adjacent land use.

  3. Preparation of land use history and a review of records associated with the site.

  4. Submission of a written report summarizing conclusions of studies and land use

Phase 2

  1. Planning and execution of sampling program(s).

  2. Installation of and sampling from monitoring wells.

  3. Analyzing samples obtained from sampling activities.

  4. Submission of written reports summarizing results of sampling and analysis activities and recommendations for use and development of lands.

Phase 3

  1. Preparation of plans and specifications for remediation of environmental problems.

  2. Project management for remediation activities.

  3. Preparation of written reports and recommendations for regulating bodies

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