Stormwater and Erosion Control Division Manager Durham County Engineering and Environmental Services
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Inspection reports, file folders, erosion control plans, applications, deeds, project checklists, and so on… A local erosion control program creates a lot of paper and keeping track of it all and producing documents can be cumbersome. Durham County has moved to a GIS-based application to keep all project information in one geo-located place and allow staff to access it from their office computers, iPads, and even their cell phones. This presentation will discuss the County’s transition to an electronic approach to erosion control inspection and documentation. It will highlight both the successes and the failures and provide advice to other regulatory bodies considering a similar approach.
Identify opportunities to incorporate technological solutions into their work.
Identify sustainable practices in erosion control plan submittals and review.
Take home new ideas on data collection and storage.