Commercial Stormwater Management in Baltimore, MD

24/7 Emergency Stormwater Service

When runoff from post-floods overtakes your business property and surrounding areas, a custom evacuation plan can mitigate your risks, reduce pollutive runoff, and keep your staff safe. That’s where iSTORMWATER can help.

With over 20 years of experience managing stormwater, our 24/7 stormwater services include CDC recommendations and protocols that fit your facility regardless of industry specs or size.

Stormwater Management, Inspection & Maintenance

Private-sector organizations and businesses can’t afford to be without proper stormwater control. Count on iSTORMWATER for pond maintenance, erosion control, stormwater inspections, and permits.

As leading inspection and maintenance contractors, we will keep your facilities operational, code-compliant, and safe. Our comprehensive stormwater management services can help maintain your aboveground and belowground systems.

Aboveground Facilities

Infiltration facilities hold and release rainwater at ground level. Basin style, they are wide and deep with overflow pipes to control large amounts of stormwater.

We maintain and inspect:

Belowground Facilities

Underground locations are effective and practical for reducing and improving stormwater runoff. With maximized space, the land is helpful for urban development.

We maintain and inspect:

If you are in Baltimore, MD, call the iSTORMWATER specialists at (443) 699-2828 or contact us online​. Get a fast quote today!

Preventative Stormwater Maintenance

If your MD, VA, or DC commercial property has a man-made flood control pond, maintenance and predictive stormwater management can save time and money. Our custom stormwater management tasks will help you manage the area and maintain stormwater containment.

Let our experienced engineers develop a tailored plan to protect your budget and property from pond-carrying capacity to erosion control.

Only certified, quality technicians are used for top-rated stormwater management inspections in the DMV area. Call iSTORMWATER today at (443) 699-2828 or contact us online.

Floodwater Mitigation Services

Flooding is becoming increasingly common across Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. If your business needs a flood water mitigation plan, turn to iSTORMWATER.

Flood mitigation services remove excess water from buildings, dry walls, floors, and other spaces. If not mitigated, water damage can have disastrous results that include:

  • Lost structural integrity from rotted materials
  • Hazardous waste to plumbing systems
  • Unknown bacteria and pathogens from the outdoors
  • Mold and mildew growth in low-visibility areas

Do not put your commercial property at risk. For flood mitigation solutions in DC, call us at (443) 699-2828 or contact iSTORMWATER online.

Stormwater Services in Baltimore

As a leader in the stormwater management industry, iSTORMWATER specializes in inspections, commercial stormwater management, and maintenance services and contracts.

Our services include:

  • Notice of Violation: We create plans to correct violations so your property complies with local government, EPA, and HOA requirements.
  • Preventive Maintenance: An effective stormwater management system helps to reduce your insurance claim and NOV risks.
  • Retail Real Estate Sustainability: We guide new construction (building malls and similar developments) and advise construction businesses and contractors on site-specific best practices.
  • Stormwater Inspection Services: We schedule and conduct custom inspections after major weather events that fit your business needs.
  • Other Services: Additional services include rainwater drainage, pond maintenance, erosion control, and real estate sustainability services.

Need help with erosion control, pond maintenance, or stormwater permits? Call Baltimore’s iSTORMWATER contractors today at (443) 699-2828 or contact us online!

Industries We Serve for Stormwater Management

Today’s changing weather exposes commercial and investment business owners to new drainage problems and risks. Our experienced and professional land management experts and engineers are happy to provide 24/7 custom stormwater and drainage solutions.

We support the following industries and professionals:

When you need stormwater management expertise in the DC, Virginia, or Maryland areas, count on the team at iSTORMWATER. Contact us online or call (443) 699-2828!

Frequently Asked Questions

iSTORMWATER is a proud provider of stormwater management services for a variety of industries throughout the Baltimore region. Our team of stormwater management professionals understands the complex nature of properly reducing runoff in compliance with local and EPA regulations. Discover the answers to some of your most pressing questions in our FAQ section below!

What is stormwater management, and why is it important?

Stormwater management involves the effort to control and reduce the runoff of precipitation (rainwater or melted snow) into the ground, streets, lawns, and other sites and the improvement of water quality. Stormwater picks up contaminants, including pesticides, chemicals, and sediment, which pollutes the water if not managed properly. Stormwater management is important to prevent physical damage from flooding and to maintain and improve ecological quality.

What is the difference between aboveground and belowground facilities?

When seeking to successfully manage the runoff near your building, you may wonder about the difference between our aboveground and belowground facility services. Aboveground systems are generally located where storm runoff can easily flow away from buildings, paved areas, and other public property into the system. In contrast, underground systems are designed around existing infrastructure, new development, and insufficient soil conditions.

Should I have both aboveground and belowground facilities for stormwater management?

Typically, you only need one or the other to remain compliant with EPA stormwater management guidelines. Underground facilities are generally better suited for newly developed areas and urban areas where space is a larger concern. Aboveground facilities are more commonly seen in rural areas where there are fewer concerns about water damaging other people’s property. Consult your iSTORMWATER representative to find out which solution is best for your industry or application.

What is a notice of violation and how can iSTORMWATER help?

A notice of violation is a formal notice served to those who have not remained compliant with current stormwater management best practices. You can receive a notice of violation if you’ve violated any of the following conditions:

  • Illegal animal feedlot operations
  • Wastewater discharge without permits
  • Fish kills
  • Late or non-submittal of mandatory reporting
  • Illegal discharge of oil or hazardous materials
  • Late registration or renewal
  • Failure to employ a certified wastewater treatment plant operator
  • Improperly certified laboratory
  • Limits and monitoring violations of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit
  • And more

iSTORMWATER’s services help ensure you remain compliant with local and EPA guidelines pertaining to runoff management. Our aboveground and belowground facility services provide the solutions property owners need to avoid steep fines from stormwater regulation authorities.



Real Results

iStormwater LLC was an excellent choice. They made the process of the Storm water pond repairs seamless. They took charge of the project and got the project approved and passing the inspection. We highly recommend them and would use them again.

Lyonswood HOA

Incredible stormwater management service. The owner John consulted on a property I manage and ended up saving us thousands of dollars in environmental fees from the government. Now, our property is compliant with the EPA and we have a great partner to keep us maintained on storm water regulations over time.

Kelly E.
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