Maintain an Accurate Stormwater Map for Your Construction Site

Maintain an Accurate Stormwater Map for Your Construction Site

Compliance Resources, Inc. is a legal consultant company helping corporate clients involved in building projects obtain all the necessary TCEQ stormwater permits and meet their obligation to maintain a stormwater map for their construction site.

If your company is involved in a construction project in Texas, you need a stormwater pollution prevention  plan in order to obtain the TPDES authorization. Texas requires a detailed site map of your project that demonstrates the efforts you have made to minimize pollutants leaving your job site.

In light of the specific regulations imposed in this state for any building project that exceeds the surface of 1 acre, your company needs an accurate and up to date stormwater management map to prepare the documentation for the SW3P authorization.

Inspectors helping a client to get TCEQ stormwater permits to obtain a stormwater map. An image of a residential project; stormwater mapping service is provided by our expert inspectors. Expert updating BMP maps to facilitate construction team, working according to the laws.

The Importance of Working with a Specialized Company to Obtain BMP Maps

An accurate stormwater map offers a visual presentation of the direction stormwater run off on the land where your company plans to construct a building. Maintaining a site map is specialized work, performed by a certified and experienced inspector.

A professional stormwater consultant  constantly updates  the required maps for customers and sends them new versions on a weekly basis. This helps your construction team efficiently take effective actions to keep your site in compliance with state and local regulations.

A Reliable Stormwater Map is the Cornerstone of a Successful SWPPP implementation

Whether you are planning an office building, large subdivision, or a commercial complex, with the help of a stormwater map you will be able respond to regulatory inquiries knowing that you meet all requirements. It is a major component in creating and maintaining a compliant SWPPP that meets the requirements of the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES).

Work with a Specialized Stormwater Map Provider!

Compliance Resources Inc. is your trusted partner for SWPPP, Stormwater permits, inspection, and regulatory response. We are based in Georgetown, TX, and provide specialized services to companies in:

  • Austin
  • Dallas/Fort Worth
  • Houston
  • San Antonio

Accurate stormwater maps not only keep you compliant, but they save your crews valuable time and money. Contact us to see how we can help speed up your maintenance efforts with digital on demand site maps. Call us: 888-274-7937!

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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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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. All you need to do is fill out the form below, and our specialist will get back to you shortly.

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