Options for dealing with your particular problem may include catch basins with underground piping. This requires trench excavation and carefully measuring elevation through the use of a transit to assure adequate fall.
French drains, which incorporate the use of perforated pipe, landscape fabric and over sized gravel into the trenches. This allows surface water over a large area to be caught and directed.
A dry creek bed may be used to direct water which flows through a property. It will follow the natural path of the water, containing it and preventing erosion. Though it is completely visible, as opposed to underground systems, a dry creek bed can be an aesthetically pleasing as well as functional addition to your landscape.
Rich-Way may recommend any of these systems, or a combination of them, to correct problems in the most aesthetically pleasing manner.