About U.S. Flood Solutions

U.S. Flood Solutions, LLC, was formed as an offspring of  Lisa S. (Jones), CFM LLC due to the overwhelming demand for broader services and at the encouragement of satisfied clients.  U.S. Flood Solutions LLC is proud of its strong reputation of quality service while providing a diversified range of professional flood hazard related services.

Floodplain Management, and its related disciplines are complex and require  specially trained professionals who are experienced with the myriad of government regulations that must be complied with.  At U.S. Flood Solutions, LLC, we maximize the use of our business relationships with the top professionals for the job, resulting in a time and cost savings to our clients.

Our Mission

To deliver efficient and accurate service to our clients with great emphasis on thorough communication, ethics, integrity, public safety, and exceeding technical standards. It is our intention to produce quality results that reflect the client’s desire and best interest.

Our Vision

To provide a unique combination of industry services, utilizing 25 years of my professional experience in Floodplain and Emergency Management, having served the public as both the Assistant NFIP Coordinator in North Carolina and as the State Coordinator of the Flood Mitigation and Risk MAP (Flood Hazard Mapping) Programs in South Carolina.  Credentialed as both a Certified Floodplain Manager and Associate in National Flood Insurance, Lisa is uniquely qualified to guide clients through a multitude of floodplain construction development, redevelopment or renovation options, taking into account the flood insurance rating implications or consequences for those options. Taking time to listen and understand our client’s exact needs and communication are always of primary importance and a cornerstone of the company’s foundation.

Primary Market

United States of America

I've known Lisa since she was Chair of the Association of State Floodplain Managers. She has long been in the forefront of moving floodplain management forward while being very aware of the needs, responsibilities and limitations of the states and municipalities that carry out floodplain management approaches.

William Nechamen, CFM
Chief, Floodplain Management Section, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation