What is a Stormwater Management Plan?

It’s no secret that mankind has a significant impact on the environment, especially in construction. Reshaping the land affects local ecosystems and more. And even after a project has been completed, it will continue to clash with nature.  

One of the ways this occurs is through the flow of stormwater and melted ice or snow. Whatever water contacts, and the rate of contact, are two primary considerations during any construction project. And a stormwater management plan is an essential part of any project.

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Quality Control vs. Quality Assurance? What’s the Difference?

Quality control and quality assurance are both necessary for creating a perfect final product. Though many use the terms interchangeably, they are separate practices.

Understanding the differences in either will only give you a heightened understanding of what it takes to achieve and maintain the development of flawless productions. Continue reading “Quality Control vs. Quality Assurance? What’s the Difference?”

Do I Really Need a SWPPP Plan? What Will it Do for Me?

Construction sites have an impact on the environment. One of our main priorities is to reduce this impact as much as possible. One of the ways to do that is with a SWPPP Plan. This extensive document may be something you consider overlooking, but that is something you should never do. While the primary goal of a SWPPP Plan is to protect the environment, it can also protect you. Continue reading “Do I Really Need a SWPPP Plan? What Will it Do for Me?”

3 Reasons to Develop a Safety Plan for Your Construction Site

Construction sites are more prone to accidents than any other job. The amount of people working, heavy machinery, and other dangerous conditions make construction a very high-risk situation. If you are a developer or project manager, it is up to you to ensure the safety of your job site and the people working on it.
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