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Luke Podella $11/hr

Luke Podella

Storm Water Drainage Designer

  • Civil Engineering
  • CAD Design
  • Storm Water Drainage
  • Sewer Design
  • Costing and Estimation
  • AutoCAD
  • Microsoft Office

Last updated: Jun 25, 2024

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Are you interested in the world's greatest talent in the field of stormwater drainage design? Look no further because Cad Crowd is ready to connect every client with freelance drainage experts and engineering professionals. We have incredible designers that are thoroughly vetted, reliable, and pre-qualified. Avoid the regular problems of online hiring by using the help of top-ranked storm water drainage freelancers from Cad Crowd. 

Storm water drainage systems are specially designed to drain excess ground water and rain from impenetrable surfaces like parking lots, roadways, and sidewalks. There is a wide range of designs starting from relatively small dry wells used in ordinary homes to huge municipal systems. These systems are receiving water from street gutters found on freeways, motorways and busy roads. Storm water drainage is important for areas where heavy rainfall is not unusual. In some cases, the gutters from buildings and houses are linked to the central storm drain system. The majority of systems for storm drainage are made in a way that they drain into streams and rivers. 

Storm water drainage design includes three different elements. The first one is known as inlets. There are actually two basic kinds of storm water drain inlets: grated and side inlets. Both options have some advantages and disadvantages and they can be found all over the world. In some cases, engineers and architects use combinations of these drain elements. The second element is piping. Pipes can also come in a wide range of shapes – from square and rectangular to egg-shaped and circular. Storm water drainage can come with different features like balconies, waterfalls, pits and stairways. Pipes are made from different materials like concrete, polyethylene, steel, and bricks. Finally, there are outlets which represent large exits where the excess water is discharged directly into an ocean, sea, reservoir, lake, river or canal.

At Cad Crowd, we have designers who are ready to work with any client trough the entire process of storm water drainage design. They will analyze the area and the needs of that area and design the ideal system for that place. Our designers have experience with every type of storm water drainage and they have designed systems made of different materials so you don’t have to worry about that.

The Cad Crowd community includes thousands of professional CAD designers, engineers, drafting technicians, and architects from around the world. No conventional design and engineering company has the breadth of expertise that you find on Cad Crowd!

We establish connections between clients and top-ranked freelancers who are offering storm water drainage services at more than fair prices. Send us additional information and details about your future project. We'll provide you with a free quote, and select the best candidate for you from our roster of skilled freelance engineers and CAD designers. 

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