We are leading water resources engineering company focused on technical, governmental, and community issues around watershed rehabilitation with water resources engineering, and related disciplines. We examine client issues on the ground, solve problems locally and are available for quick-response and support.
We are All About Water
Fresh water is a diminishing resource that is managed by governmental agencies but resides and is used by communities within a watershed. FluidClarity uses its skills and ideals to balance seemingly complex and contradictory priorities with the goal of a sustainable watershed.
We focus on technical, governmental and community issues around watershed rehabilitation with water resources engineering, and related disciplines. We examine client issues on the ground, solve problems locally and are available for quick-response and support.
We bring Specific Value
Developing innovative and environmentally sound solutions is our goal. Technical consulting services help our clients articulate and bridge business and community problems, leading to greater organizational effectiveness and results.
We have Clear Expertise
FluidClarity maintains state-of-the-art expertise to address key water resources issues facing our clients today, particularly urbanization and its impact on the ecosystem. Clear expertise facilitates accurate diagnosis of problems, which results in greater efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Founded in 2003 on a philosophy emphasizing high quality technical services at reasonable fees, we look at solving water resources problems in a multi-disciplinary way. We believe in being a balanced intermediary between concerned parties to achieve solutions that make a difference.
FluidClarity’s approach emphasizes working closely with governmental and community leaders to create improved watershed integrity and water quality.
We balance the technical assessments of ecosystem health with the desired objectives of governments and communities by defining performance measures and information to guide a reasonable decision process.
We work with community and governmental decision makers to define the degree of restoration, protection, or preservation of local watersheds. This linkage identifies options for management controls and specifies clear actions, responsible parties, and schedules.
Economic and Cost-Benefit Analysis
We assist communities and non-profit organizations in gathering information on local resource value, funding sources, and socioeconomic conditions to create realistic options to support watershed management.
Public Outreach and Consultation
We identify key watershed stakeholders and facilitate their participation in watershed planning. We believe that communication and outreach through educational materials and training volunteers to assist in management and monitoring activities is critical to sustaining healthy watersheds.
About FluidClarity Founder Dr. Marion Kessy
Dr. Marion Kessy has 20 years of local and international experience in water resources engineering that includes modeling, comprehensive watershed planning, flood control studies, and design of stormwater management systems. He has worked with private, local, state, and federal agencies – in relation to local community issues and facilitated public forums on water resources concerns.
Dr. Kessy received a Civil Engineering degree in Tanzania, a Masters degree in Hydraulics and Hydrology from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in England, and a Doctorate in Water Resources Engineering from the University of Iowa, in Iowa City. He is a licensed professional engineer in Illinois and Wisconsin, a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and the Illinois Association of Stormwater and Floodplain Managers (IASFM).