Water Resources / Stormwater

Proper stormwater engineering is important for municipalities, businesses, and construction sites. If a storm sewer system is not functional, it can cause extreme damage to the environment and wreak havoc on the surrounding area.

Batterman has a staff of talented professional Engineers and Technicians who are licensed and are always up to date on the latest regulations and techniques in the ever-changing world of Storm Water Management.

Featured Projects

I-39 Reconstruction (STH 11 to USH 14)

I-39 Reconstruction (STH 11 to USH 14)

This complex IH 39 expansion project involved reconstruction of the most urban section of the IH 39 corridor from STH 11 to USH 14. Key components of this complex staged project include twelve bridges, six MSE retaining walls, nine noise walls, major grading operations, four lanes of concrete pavement, and all new storm sewer.
County Highway H Reconstruction

County Highway H Reconstruction

This 0.8-mile reconstruction/perpetuation project includes geometric expansion and turn lane additions required for a 350,000 SF Kroger Distribution Center.
Delavan Tower Park

Delavan Tower Park

Project Description: Located in the heart of downtown Delevan, the site was constrained on all sides by a State Highway, residential houses, and downtown businesses. The City wanted to expand the park’s square footage to help establish the park as a central, community-defining, public, and event space.
Beloit College Powerhouse Riverwalk

Beloit College Powerhouse Riverwalk

10 span pedestrian bridge along the Rock River as part of the Beloit College Powerhouse Building.  The project will be a part of the riverfront revitalization commitment made by the City of Beloit and will connect a gap in the riverfront trail system through the area.