Contech provides innovative, cost-effective site solutions to engineers, contractors, and developers on projects across North America. Our portfolio includes bridges, drainage, erosion control, retaining wall, sanitary sewer, and stormwater management products.
Supporting every aspect of your project, our extensive network of local experts is here to help, providing agency and regulatory guidance, engineering calculations, site-specific drawings, solution development, cost estimates and installation support. We look forward to working with you on your next project.
Pipe materials for drainage systems, culverts, and sanitary sewer applications.
Biofiltration, treatment, and detention solutions for every site.
Temporary and permanent erosion control & hard armor solutions for any application.
Innovative, modular solutions for crossings, culverts, and bridges.
Segmental retaining wall systems to fortify infrastructure, secure soil, and reinforce grade change.
Permanent, fully structural solutions for rehabilitating culverts and pipe.
In the realm of construction products, an ongoing discussion among engineers, contractors, and project partners often centers around the strength of different
We recently held a Pipe webinar on Irrigation Canals entitled, "Irrigation Solutions | Sustainable Management of Our National Resources," and we wanted to
At first glance, singing the praises of one’s own employer might seem a bit self-serving, but as a dedicated environmental professional, I do feel the story is worth telling. I don’t have to work here after all, but Contech’s sustained commitment to developing effective stormwater control measures (SCMs), advancing stormwater science, and advocating for robust stormwater policy has kept me motivated to keep at it for 22 years and counting.
Eliminating illicit discharges within our storm sewers through an illicit discharge detection and elimination (IDDE) program is critical to improving the overall health of local waterways. Illicit discharges, like stormwater runoff generated within the municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4), flow directly into a receiving waterbody. Whereas post-construction stormwater control measures (SCMs) are designed to reduce typical pollutants (e.g. sediment, trash, and nutrients) in stormwater runoff prior to it entering receiving waters, illicit discharges pose a unique challenge because they contain atypical pollutants that can go untreated and may also increase the maintenance frequency of post-construction SCMs.