Charlie Kreye, PE
Draper Aden Associates is currently providing civil engineering services associated with stormwater issues at the College of William and Mary on their 1,200-acre campus. As an institution with plans for future buildings and an MS4 permit holder, the College is facing both changes in the stormwater regulations for new development and the implementation of Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) allocations. Work includes a presentation concerning stormwater issues facing the College, coordination with DEQ personnel, definition of the MS4 service area, identification of applicable TMDLs, and calculation of Chesapeake Bay TMDL Waste Load Allocations. Also included is coordination with surrounding localities and the creation of a Stormwater Master Plan to guide both future development for the next 25 years and the creation of a phased compliance plan for meeting TMDL requirements for reductions in nitrogen, phosphorus, Total Suspended Solids, and bacteria over the next 15 years.