Work with Experienced Notice of Intent Consulting Specialists in Texas

Work with Experienced Notice of Intent Consulting Specialists in Texas

Compliance Resources is a professional company with 10 years of experience in consultancy for construction companies, including assistance in the preparation of a notice of intent.

A professional company specializing in environmental permitting is your reliable partner for consulting on all types of required documents for construction companies, including a stormwater notice of intent (NOI).

What is a notice of intent? This is a document that construction companies and developers use to inform the State of Texas that they plan and intend to follow the rules and regulations set forth in the TPDES Construction General Permit and allows them to begin construction on their job site. 

Preparing and Sending a Notice of Intent

The entities who may need to submit a notice of intent are:

  • Home Builders
  • Developers
  • General Contractors.

A notice of intent must be signed by an owner of a company, or in some cases an individual with decision making authority for certain types of companies.

Benefits of Hiring Consultants to Prepare Your Notice of Intent

A notice of intent must have a standard format and contain all the required information, free of errors. A certified consulting company can prepare this document for you once you provide the following information:

  • TPDES CGP authorization number for existing authorizations 
  • Name, address, and telephone number of the operator filing the NOI for permit coverage
  • Name (or other identifier), address, county, and latitude/longitude of the construction project or site
  • Number of acres that will be disturbed by the applicant
  • Confirmation that the project or site will not be located on Indian Country lands
  • Confirmation that a SWP3 has been developed in accordance with the TPDES general permit, that it will be implemented prior to commencement of construction activities, and that it is compliant with any applicable local sediment and erosion control plans
  • Name of the receiving water(s)
  • Classified segment number for each classified segment that receives discharges from the regulated construction activity 
  • Name of all surface waters receiving discharges from the regulated construction activity that are on the latest EPA-approved CWA § 303(d) List of impaired waters or Texas Integrated Report of Surface Water Quality for CWA Sections 305(b) and 303(d) as not meeting applicable state water quality standards.

Our Professionals at Your Service

Compliance Resources Inc. is a professional company based in Georgetown, TX, with over 10 years of experience consulting construction companies. We are always prepared to help you with submitting a notice of intent in our service area:

  • Austin
  • Corpus Christi
  • Houston
  • San Antonio
  • Dallas

We offer each new client a free audit for one site. Get in touch at 888-274-7937!

Free Audit on One Site

Free Audit on One Site

Are you confused by complicated stormwater permit requirements and regulations? Contact us today, and we’ll not only give reliable answers to your questions but also schedule a free on-site audit.
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This is Complicated. That is Why You Need Us.

The following steps are recommended to determine your project status. So you can see that this a complicated business. And highly important to get it right, as the local, state and federal agencies can and do assess fines and penalties for storm water violations. Yet another reason why it is so important to have an established, reputable firm complete your SW3P and inspections.
Determine the size of your site (include all offsite spoils or staging areas.) If your site is one acre or more, you will need a Storm Water pollution Prevention Plan.
Develop a Storm Water Pollution Protection Plan (SW3P). Implement the SW3P and update as work progresses.
Submit a Notice of Intent (NOI) prior to beginning construction.
Post a copy of the Construction Site Notice (CSN) near the entrance to the site.
Complete the site inspections at least once every 7 days OR at least once every 14 days AND after a rain event of 1/2" or more.
Maintain your erosion controls and correct problems within 7 days; document actions taken.
Terminate your permit coverage by submitting a Notice of Termination (NOT) within 30 days.
Maintain copies of all records associated with the storm water permit, SW3Ps and inspections for at least 3 years after your NOT is filed.

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