For more than a decade, Brown and Caldwell has been a valued partner with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), providing ongoing planning, design, monitoring, and other consulting support services to achieve enhanced overall stormwater control and management throughout California. With more than 10 stormwater contracts, 200+ executed task orders, and task order amounts of more than $40 million, Brown and Caldwell has been a dependable team member in helping Caltrans meet its program objectives and comply with its stormwater MS4 Permit.
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