Construction stormwater management and inspections are an essential part of any construction job. CloudCompli creates confidence for construction managers that their site is in compliance with all regional and site-specific requirements.
Ensuring that your construction projects comply with local and state stormwater regulations can be time consuming and overwhelming. CloudCompli reduces time spent on inspections with custom, digital inspection forms and gives more oversight into open action-items to ensure compliance is being met in a timely manner.
When Granite, one of the nation’s largest diversified infrastructure providers and construction materials producers, was in need of an environmental compliance management software they contacted us.
With a focus on sustainability and a commitment to reducing their environmental impact, Granite was in search of a management tool that would ensure strict compliance at their 150+ worksites throughout the region. With so many sites, they needed a platform that could be accessible by managers and inspectors working in the field. Granite needed to ensure their workflows were captured in the digital environment and that their forms were exactly replicated. Lastly, Granite needed a platform that would service construction sites and fixed industrial sites.Discuss your challenges
Granite adopted CloudCompli and quickly saw how the digital workflows enhanced the efficiency and accuracy of their work. They were able to save time and money and in 2013 were recognized with the Regional Water Quality Control Board and Caltrans Excellence in Stormwater award. Granite now creates hundreds of inspection reports a year on CloudCompli. They can complete annual reports on time and within compliance regulations, and their records are safely backed-up on cloud-based servers.Lets Talk Solutions
On January 18, 2022 EPA signed its 2022 Construction General Permit (CGP), effective on February 17, 2022, replacing the 2017 CGP. The 2022 CGP provides permit coverage for construction stormwater discharges from construction activities in the State of California. The key requirements of the stormwater construction general permit are as follows:
See referenced information on the construction stormwater general permit: https://www.epa.gov/npdes/2022-construction-general-permit-cgp#requirements
In 2016, the City and County of Honolulu was required to implement a new 3rd Party Construction inspections program. We were fortunate to come across CloudCompli and were immediately attracted to its focus on helping municipalities with MS4 compliance in a cost-effective manner. Access to centralized data has helped management meet requirements and we couldn’t be more pleased with the support that they provide to our program.Randall Wakumoto, City and County of Honolulu
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