How can you manage a SWPPP properly if it’s not on the cloud? As Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans become the norm in our construction and industrial communities, proper management of these federally required documents becomes paramount in our industry. These plans contain records of the self-monitoring activity of the stakeholders involved in a project in […]

SWPPP Map – Does it Reflect Current Site Conditions? Carrying on with our theme of SWPPP maps and their importance, let’s talk about the most important question to ask yourself each time you look at the SWPPP map. Does it reflect current site conditions? If the answer to this question is no, you aren’t using

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Women in Construction: Challenges and Improvements Have you ever wondered why there are so few women in the construction industry? There are a few blaring issues that keep women away from the jobsite though they are just as capable of excelling at those jobs. Construction may be behind in some ways regarding women in the

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The South Carolina Construction General Permit (CGP) went into effect on January 1st, 2013 and was set to expire on December 31st, 2017. However, a new permit has not yet been signed into effect, so the 2013 permit continues in effect until a new one is signed. A 2019 proposal was submitted, but has not

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