Who Should Attend: Contractors, inspectors, consultants, and design professionals involved in projects where work is performed in or next to waterways. Attendees need to have a strong working knowledge of temporary erosion and sediment control measures.
Training Objectives: Construction activities can have serious impacts on waterways and water quality. This training will dive into the various permits required for projects taking place in or near waterways and how to determine the best control measures for your site.
US Army Corps of Engineers
Colorado Discharge Permit System
Who Should Attend: Government (city/county/school) development review personnel, inspectors, contractors, MS4 managers/coordinators
Training Overview: Capital improvement (CIP) and linear projects can present unique challenges in stormwater compliance for a municipal community. This training taught by Jennifer Keyes of Wright Water is designed for municipal staff and their contractors to ensure an understanding of effective BMPs and documentation as required by the Colorado Stormwater Discharges Associated with Construction Activities Permit. Training will emphasize the importance of documentation on CIP projects and review the requirements and portions of the Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) that are updated by contractors and/or municipal staff. The training will also review proper documentation associated with the routine and post-precipitation event inspections and roles and responsibilities of the municipal inspector and contractor.
Who Should Attend: Government, contractors, MS4 staff and coordinators
Training Topics: This training will cover modifications made to the COR400000 Construction Stormwater Discharge permit. CDPHE staff will discuss the following topics: