Our public-private partnership team consists of AEWS Engineering, AbTech Industries, and Waste Management, Inc. As part of a public-private partnership, AEWS provides a range of civil and environmental design services, including a comprehensive Stormwater Management Approach and best in class stormwater Best Management Practice (BMP) design. Our engineers provide innovative stormwater solutions and have direct access to cutting edge technology and research.

We partner with municipalities to help meet water quality standards, provide permit compliance, and reduce liabilities by utilizing a holistic approach and the latest technological advances.

Research & Development Partnerships

Stormwater BMP Development and Testing

NC State University

AEWS fortifies its position at the forefront of the industry by creating R&D collaborations that enable academic and industry leaders to partner and export knowledge about projects that solve regional water quality problems through innovative, comprehensive water treatment and management practices. A stellar example is our strategic collaboration with North Carolina State University.

NC State is a world class leader in development of stormwater management practices. The NC State - AEWS collaboration is a focal point for innovation and a catalyst for knowledge and technology transfer both nationally and globally. The collaboration will develop and implement Best Management Practices, and test emerging technologies in North Carolina that can be replicated in other locations by way of AEWS’s technology and information transfer program.

Learn more about NC State's Stormwater Engineering Group

Infrastructure Management

West Virginia University

AEWS recognizes the importance of communicating new knowledge to its audiences, and has partnered with the National Environmental Services Center (NESC) at West Virginia University to serve as a communication's hub for AEWS. NESC has 34 years of experience in communicating information about water quality problems and solutions to municipalities, federal and state agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and industry.

Learn more about the National Environmental Services Center