Skip to main content

Texas A&M Stormwater Management

Award Winning Project


Texas A&M

Project Type:

Environmental & Regulatory


College Station, Texas

About the Project

Texas A&M Storm Drainage Mitigation

Rapid impervious development on the Texas A&M West campus led to increased stormwater runoff that caused severe erosion along White Creek. The resulting bank instability along four miles of the stream had widespread impact on sanitary sewer lines, storm sewer lines and waterlines, building foundations, bridge abutments, parking areas, streets and trails. Stanley Consultants updated the campus stormwater management plan, updating hydrologic models to determine the effect of campus changes on the stormwater water discharge into campus creeks. The report focused on the potential value of regional detention to attenuate flows without requiring detention basins at each new building. The regional detention basins could become attractive features while restoring and improving the campus natural resources. The goal was to preserve and enhance this beautiful natural resource as a permanent campus attraction by working with nature rather than trying to fight it.

By The Numbers

  • 80

    Foot Reservoir

  • 124

    Acres of Additional Development


Engineering & Design

Engineering and design services at Stanley Consultants combine our robust technical skills with forward-thinking innovation to deliver the highest-quality results.

Environmental & Regulatory

At Stanley Consultants, our talented team of scientists and engineers is focused on helping clients adapt to evolving regulations and finding solutions to protect the changing environment.

Work With Our Team of Experts on Your Project Today

Get In Touch