Meet our Team – Attend The Buildings Show Dec 4-6

Proud to be a part of Canada’s largest construction event. You’re invited to attend The Buildings Show, December 4 – 6, 2019 at no cost using the promo code TBS19GUEST.  Visit us… read more →

Help us Welcome James Weldon

Next Level Stormwater Management is proud to announce and welcome James Weldon, Dipl. Arch. Tech., GRP, as our Technical Sales and Design Consultant. Working closely with Sasha Aguilera, Design Ambassador, James… read more →

Stormwater Problem? New Technology Helps Mitigate Floods

Heavy Rain Hits Across Canada Two days of rain in Toronto in August 2018 caused great damage and more than $80 million in insurance claims.  Since 2017, Ottawa, Gatineau, and… read more →

How Your Roof Can Help Fight Climate Change

Green Roofs Mitigate Urban Heat Island Effect Acacia Smith explains the Albedo Effect. And, how your roof can help fight climate change. The majority of the roofs in the world… read more →

Developing a National Standard for Building Flood Resilient Communities

The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) is leading the way in recognizing the impact of flooding and will, as a next step, commit additional funding towards the development of a… read more →

Showcasing Ottawa Condo LiteN’Less Advanced™ “Soilless” Green Roof

LiteN’Less Advanced™: Lightweight, Soilless”, Clean, Simple and Tested! This Ottawa condo amenity space features the LiteN’Less Advanced™ vegetated system enhanced by Urbanscape making it ideal for stormwater management without excessive loading.… read more →

Designing community green spaces is important to Canadians, no matter what the cost

Green spaces are important, no matter the price tag.  “Canadians agree, community green spaces are an integral part of our identity,” said Karen Clarke-Whistler, Chief Environment Officer, TD Bank Group.… read more →

People and pets at risk when untreated sewage overflows into local waterways

Spring Thaw and Rainfall Means Possible Flooding Recent rain causing homes to flood, road closures and power outages,  rivers and lakes are getting terribly polluted due to “combined sewer overflow”… read more →

Next Level Stormwater Management’s contribution to wind testing science and technical knowlege

Next Level Stormwater Management (NLSM) was a key partner with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and industry partners, in developing the Canadian Standard Test Method for Wind Resistance… read more →

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