Often the positive outcomes of many are overshadowed by the actions of a few. The changes that have been made in the last twenty years have become common best practices at many companies. The best of the best practices have improved construction schedules, reduced costs resulting in more productive and profitable projects that protect the environment. The presentation looks at some of the best of the best practices to facilitate increased production and profits while maintaining production and protecting the environment. With temporary and final stabilization better incorporated into production schedules project outcomes can be improved. Using alternate sediment controls that do not require removal is also saving significant time and resources.
Upon completion, participant will be able to appreciate the changes in standard practices that have improved both the project schedule while protecting the environment.
Upon completion, participant will be able to identify oppourtunities to improve project compliance and expedite construction schedules.
Upon completion, participant will be able to implement ideas and practices learned on future projects.