Affiliations

Storm cannot act in a vacuum. We collaborate and cooperate with others who we mutually assist to get business done. Some of our key affiliates are listed and we pay tribute to them.

Storm is proud to be a corporate member of the Stormwater Industry Association (SIA) and has committee representation in both Victoria and NSW.  Storm’s MD Rod Wiese is the immediate past President and current Vice President of Stormwater Victoria.  The SIA links the diverse and multi-disciplinary interests of all Australian stakeholders of the Stormwater Industry and represents them at national forums.  The SIA promotes innovative and sustainable practice technologies, standards and policies that minimise adverse environmental, social and economic impacts. The SIA also facilitates an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of agencies and partners working to improve the management of our natural and built stormwater systems, provides an advisory and reference service for the industry and promotes the concept that stormwater is a resource.

Storm is proud to be an industry technical partner to assist in the delivery of Melbourne Water’s Living Rivers program in Melbourne.  Living Rivers seeks to aid the long term improvement of Melbourne’s urban stormwater management.  Projects implemented with partner councils are intended to: improve the quality of rivers and creeks receiving stormwater; demonstrate processes that successfully improve stormwater management practices; encourage further development of councils’ capabilities in stormwater management; make effective use of stakeholder engagement practices; and promote local government leadership in successful design.

Storm is proud to be an industry technical partner to assist in the delivery of the Little Stringybark Creek project in Melbourne’s east.  The project seeks to restore the ecological balance of the creek by keeping stormwater in the catchment.  Storm undertakes planning, investigation and design of WSUD elements.

Storm is a training delivery partner of Clearwater, which is a leading capacity building program, recognised for its role in providing the urban water industry with the knowledge, tools and skills to drive the transition to water sensitive cities.  A water sensitive city will embrace integrated water systems and create liveable spaces where built and natural environments are in harmony and resilient to future change.

Storm is a member of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) NSW, especially in its role for promoting sustainable urban development.

Storm is on the panel of providers to the Water by Design which is a capacity building program that supports the uptake of Water Sensitive Urban Design in South East Queensland and beyond.

Storm is a corporate member of the Australian Water Association (AWA) which represents water professionals and organisations.

Storm is a member of the Environment Institute of Australia and NZ (EIANZ) who lead Sustainable and equitable management of the environment through excellence in environmental practice.  The EIANZ leads environmental practitioners, sets standards for best available environmental practices, supports and enables practitioners to promote and achieve a sustainable and equitable management of the environment.

 

For others who wish to be considered as affiliates on this page, please remind us to make a mention of you.