Water Pollution Control on Construction Sites Management for Resident Engineers

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1 Sites Sites Sites for Resident Engineers for Resident Engineers for Resident Engineers Water Pollution Control Water Pollution Control Water Pollution Control Compliance on Construction Compliance on Construction Compliance on Construction

2 2 before, before, - - during, and after construction To improve your skills as an RE players are and how they can as they relate to Water Pollution responsibilities are Control on Construction Sites To learn what your assist you To learn who the important during, and after construction To learn what your To improve your skills as an RE players are and how they can responsibilities are assist you as they relate to Water Pollution To learn who the important Control on Construction Sites Why Are You Here? Why Are You Here? Why Are You Here? Â Â Â Â Â Â

3 3 Responsibilities Project Closeout During Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Management Tools Introduction Role of the Players ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Course Highlights Course Highlights   Introduction Introduction Introduction

4 4 Purpose Purpose Health Impacts Environmental and Human To Reduce Potential Federal Laws Comply with State and ⇒ ⇒ Overall Overall Introduction Introduction Introduction Water Pollution Prevention   Water Pollution Prevention

5 5 Construction site erosion can cause impacts to erosion process. the environment greater than nature’s own Construction site erosion can cause impacts to the environment greater than nature’s own erosion process. Introduction Introduction Introduction  Â

6 6 water temperature life, and disturbing Sediment, the most common pollutant washed from the food chain clogs the gills of fish, ...harming aquatic blocks light transmission and increases ocean construction sites, construction sites, Sediment, the most the food chain common pollutant blocks light ...harming aquatic transmission and washed from increases ocean life, and disturbing water temperature clogs the gills of fish, Introduction Introduction Introduction  Â

7 7 Pollution Prevention Future Generations their Beneficial Uses for Water Bodies and Protect Activities may have on Minimize the Potential Impact that Construction Activities may have on Water Bodies and Protect their Beneficial Uses for Impact that Construction Future Generations Minimize the Potential Pollution Prevention Introduction Introduction Introduction Construction Site Water   Construction Site Water

8 8 Statewide Statewide Statewide Statewide Management Plan Storm Water (SWMP) Caltrans Activities General Construction Permit CAS000002, Municipal Caltrans Permit CAS000003, Clean Water Act (SWMP) Storm Water Management Plan Caltrans Permit CAS000002, General Construction Activities Municipal Permit CAS000003, Caltrans Clean Water Act Introduction Introduction         Introduction

9 9 Responsibilities Project Closeout During Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Management Tools Introduction Role of the Players ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Course Highlights Course Highlights   Role of the Players Role of the Players Role of the Players

10 10 Role Of The Players Role Of The Players Role Of The Players

11 11 Construction Storm Water Contractor Resident Engineer (RE) Coordinator (CSWC) Construction Division Chief ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ District Construction Division Players Coordinator Storm Water District NPDES Coordinator District Construction Division Storm Water District NPDES Players     Role Of The Players Role Of The Players Role Of The Players

12 12 Role of the Players Construction Division. compliance with all elements Includes ensuring of the SWMP for entire equipment. Implementation of policies, procedures, personnel and Construction Division. compliance with all elements of the SWMP for entire Includes ensuring procedures, personnel and Implementation of policies, equipment. Construction Division Chief’s Role Construction Division Chief’s Role Construction Division Chief’s Role    Â

13 13 Role of the Players adequacy. SWPPP/WPCP for Assist the RE reviewing the pollution control compliance. CSWC conducts inspections to assist the RE with water adequacy. SWPPP/WPCP for Assist the RE reviewing the to assist the RE with water CSWC conducts inspections pollution control compliance. Construction Storm Water Coordinator’s Role Construction Storm Water Coordinator’s Role Coordinator’s Role Construction Storm Water    Â

14 14 Role of the Players compliance of the compliance of the - monitoring. - monitoring. - - compliance documentation. compliance documentation. - - contract. Impose sanctions for non Maintaining documentation. Forwarding non Administers construction contracts. Conducts Inspections. Responsible for ensuring water pollution control Approves SWPPP/WPCP. compliance for the contract. Oversees contractor self contract. Maintaining documentation. Impose sanctions for non Forwarding non Approves SWPPP/WPCP. Administers construction contracts. Responsible for ensuring water pollution control Conducts Inspections. compliance for the contract. Oversees contractor self Resident Engineer’s Role Resident Engineer’s Role Resident Engineer’s Role                Â

15 15 Role of the Players Completion of the Annual Compliance Construction of permanent BMPs. Inspection and maintenance of BMPs. Preparation of a SWPPP/WPCP. Certification. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Carry out the contract per the plans, Develop and implement water pollution specifications and permits. control elements, including: Develop and implement water pollution control elements, including: specifications and permits. Carry out the contract per the plans, Contractor’s Role Contractor’s Role Contractor’s Role    Â

16 16 Role of the Players Communications with the Assist the District Divisions. RWQCB representatives. and MS4 permittees. with other District Coordinators storm water management issues Conduct meetings relating to ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Liaison activities include: Program. Liaison with the Water Quality Liaison activities include: Program. Liaison with the Water Quality District NPDES Storm Water Coordinator’s Role Coordinator’s Role District NPDES Storm Water District NPDES Storm Water Coordinator’s Role    Â

17 17 Responsibilities Project Closeout During Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Management Tools Introduction Role of the Players ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Course Highlights Course Highlights   Management Tools Management Tools Management Tools

18 18 Management Tools The ‘02 The ‘02 - - The ‘03 permit The ‘03 permit - - NPDES Permit CAS000003 NPDES Permit CAS000003 Activity Permit for construction sites that disturb 5 acres program complies with the General Construction The 03 Permit requires that Caltrans’ construction www.swrcb.ca.gov State Water Resources Control Board website, Both permits can be viewed and downloaded from the or more ⇒ ⇒ General Construction Permit CAS000002 Caltrans permit General Construction Permit CAS000002 permit Caltrans Permits Permits Permits    Â

19 19 - - Management Tools projects. all construction of Requires contractors to prepare and implement a program to control water pollution effectively during the this section SWPPP/WPCP and BMPs must meet requirements of ⇒ ⇒ Caltrans Standard Specifications, Section 7 Sections 10,16,18, and 20 1.01G Caltrans Standard Specifications, Section 7 Sections 10,16,18, and 20 1.01G Specifications Specifications Specifications    Â

20 20 Management Tools Section 10 Section 10 - - Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions  Â

21 21 Management Tools 1997 Contractors Guide y http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/construc/stormwater.html Construction Site BMPs Manual Project Planning and Design Guide SWPPP / WPCP Preparation Manual or hard copies are available from Caltrans Publications ⇒ ⇒ Get Manuals online at ⇒ Manuals Manuals New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual Revised Construction Manual New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks New Dewatering Guide Manuals        Â

22 22 Management Tools Construction Site BMPs Manual SWPPP / WPCP Preparation Manual Project Planning and Design Guide ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Revised Construction Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual Manuals Manuals Manuals        Â

23 23 Management Tools Construction Site BMPs Manual SWPPP / WPCP Preparation Manual Project Planning and Design Guide ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Revised Construction Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual Manuals Manuals Manuals        Â

24 24 Management Tools Construction Site BMPs Manual SWPPP / WPCP Preparation Manual Project Planning and Design Guide ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Revised Construction Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual Manuals Manuals Manuals        Â

25 25 Management Tools Manual Manual BMPs BMPs Dewatering Entrances / exits Stockpile management Fiber rolls Area requirements/Tables y y y y y Major changes compared to 1997 Handbooks construction site BMPs Guidelines for the selection and implementation of ⇒ ⇒ Construction Site Construction Site Manuals Manuals Manuals  Â

26 26 Management Tools Manual Manual BMPs BMPs New BMPs Gravel bag berm Street sweeping Revisions to soil stabilizers Dropped BMPs New # system y y y y y y Major changes compared to 1997 Handbooks (cont) ⇒ Construction Site Construction Site Manuals Manuals Manuals  Â

27 27 Construction Manual Management Tools State of California Department of Transportation Construction Site BMPs Manual http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/construc/ Project Planning and Design Guide SWPPP / WPCP Preparation Manual ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ New Dewatering Guide Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks New BMP Field Guidance Manual Revised Construction Manual New Dewatering Guide Revised Construction Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks New BMP Field Guidance Manual Manuals Manuals Manuals        Â

28 28 Management Tools Construction Site BMPs Manual SWPPP / WPCP Preparation Manual Project Planning and Design Guide ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual         Manuals Manuals Manuals

29 29 Management Tools Trouble Shooting Guide Principals of Erosion and Sediment “Tool Box” for field personnel BMP Selection Installation and Maintenance Control ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Manuals Manuals BMP Field Guidance Manual BMP Field Guidance Manual Manuals  Â

30 30 Management Tools Construction Site BMPs Manual SWPPP / WPCP Preparation Manual Project Planning and Design Guide ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual New Dewatering Guide New BMP Field Guidance Manual Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Revised Construction Manual         Manuals Manuals Manuals

31 31 Management Tools Liaison to the NPDES Storm agencies. Liaison to Regulatory personnel during construction. Liaison with other District source. Information and training meetings. Assist during pre-construction Water Coordinator. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ In addition to already stated functions: functions: In addition to already stated   Coordinator (as a tool) Construction Storm Water Coordinator (as a tool) Construction Storm Water Coordinator (as a tool) Construction Storm Water

32 32 Management Tools Storm Water Task Force Storm Water Task Force   www.SWPPPQuestions.com Online Forum Online Forum   www.dot.ca.gov/hq/env/stormwater/index.htm Other Available Tools Other Available Tools Bulletins Pollution Prevention Construction Storm Water Other Available Tools Pollution Prevention Construction Storm Water Bulletins  Â

33 33 Responsibilities Project Closeout During Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Management Tools Role of the Players Introduction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Course Highlights Course Highlights RE Responsibilities Before Construction Construction RE Responsibilities Before  RE Responsibilities Before Construction Â

34 34 Construction Meetings Construction Meetings - - Review the SWPPP/WPCP WPC Strategies Conduct Pre Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the RE Pending File WPC Strategies Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the SWPPP/WPCP Review the RE Pending File Conduct Pre           Introduction Responsibilities RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction RE Responsibilities Project Closeout Management Tools Before Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights  Â

35 35 Construction Responsibilities Before or Project or Project Construction Construction - - Geotechnical Geotechnical Construction Storm Water Construction Storm Water - - Soils/ Topography Map Pre Materials Report Permanent Post Quality Control Practices Storm Water Control Measures Soils/ Topography Map Pre Materials Report Permanent Post Quality Control Practices Storm Water Control Measures Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File        Â

36 36 Construction Responsibilities Before Copy of Submitted (NOC) Notification of Construction Construction Site Estimates Report Copy of Project Drainage Other Plans / Permits Copy of Submitted Notification of Construction (NOC) Construction Site Estimates Report Copy of Project Drainage Other Plans / Permits Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File        Â

37 37 Construction Responsibilities Before Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File meters (quarter mile) beyond the boundaries of the construction site. Shows the construction site and (USGS) quad map is A U.S. Geological Survey Extends approximately 400 recommended. items. water pollution control related Review the RE Pending File A U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) quad map is items. construction site. recommended. meters (quarter mile) beyond water pollution control related Extends approximately 400 Shows the construction site and the boundaries of the Topography Map       Topography Map

38 38 Construction Responsibilities Before Report Geotechnical Investigation / / Geotechnical Geotechnical Materials Report Existing Data Describing the Soil Toxic History of the Site The Nature of Fill Material Materials Report Existing Data Describing the Soil Toxic History of the Site The Nature of Fill Material Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Soils / Â Â Â Â Â Â Soils /

39 39 Construction Responsibilities Before oil/water separators, spill Note if there are none. Practices that are already in place systems, etc. to reduce sediment and other gutter, concrete drainage pollutants in storm water containment facilities, curb and discharges. Examples: sedimentation ponds, containment facilities, curb and Practices that are already in place Examples: sedimentation ponds, systems, etc. oil/water separators, spill pollutants in storm water discharges. to reduce sediment and other gutter, concrete drainage Note if there are none. Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Existing Control Practices       Existing Control Practices

40 40 Construction Responsibilities Before to to BMPs BMPs Construction Construction - - Controls water discharges. Maintenance procedures. reduce pollutants in storm Includes Operation & Permanent Maintenance procedures. Includes Operation & water discharges. reduce pollutants in storm Permanent Controls Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Post     Post

41 41 Construction Responsibilities Before permit alteration agreement or 1603 and Game streambed California Department of Fish permit RWQCB deminimus discharge RWQCB 401 permit permit Army Corps of Engineers 404 Dewatering permit ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ List of other permits or plan requirements Examples of other permits: Examples of other permits: List of other permits or plan requirements Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File    Â

42 42 Construction Responsibilities Before Basin Sizing Calculations Runoff Coefficients Runoff Concentrations Drainage Boundaries Hydrology Maps Offsite Runoff Calculations ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Typical information includes: Drainage Report Typical information includes: Drainage Report Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File    Â

43 43 Construction Responsibilities Before before and before and before and before and - - - - Estimates Construction Site after construction construction area after construction An estimate of impervious An estimate of construction site area in square meters (acres) construction site Runoff coefficient of after construction construction area An estimate of impervious after construction Runoff coefficient of area in square meters (acres) An estimate of construction site construction site Construction Site Estimates Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File        Â

44 44 Construction Responsibilities Before RE in charge and telephone number Estimate of affected acres and vicinity map Tentative start date and duration Field office information and location map ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Notification of Construction (NOC) Equivalent to Notice Of Intent (NOI). Submitted to RWQCB at least 30 days prior to construction. Included information: Included information: construction. Submitted to RWQCB at least 30 days prior to Equivalent to Notice Of Intent (NOI). Notification of Construction (NOC) Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File Review the RE Pending File        Â

45 45 Construction Responsibilities Before file Not all projects need all listed contents of a pending from project development. Attempt communication with CCO Contractor responsible party to obtain missing documentation Whether post construction BMPs are required should come ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Determine whether documentation is necessary Obtain missing documentation from outside source Call or meet with Project Development, DCSWC, Project Manager Determine whether documentation is necessary Obtain missing documentation from outside source Manager Call or meet with Project Development, DCSWC, Project       Incomplete? What If RE Pending File is What If RE Pending File is Incomplete? What If RE Pending File is Incomplete?

46 46 Construction Meetings Construction Meetings - - Review the SWPPP/WPCP WPC Strategies Conduct Pre Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the RE Pending File WPC Strategies Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the SWPPP/WPCP Review the RE Pending File Conduct Pre           Introduction Responsibilities RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction RE Responsibilities Project Closeout Management Tools Before Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights  Â

47 47 Construction Responsibilities Before SWPPP inspector training Construction inspection experience Overall project knowledge Landscape engineer Hydraulics or environmental engineering knowledge ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Candidate qualifications: Candidate qualifications: Appoint The SWPPP Inspector Appoint The SWPPP Inspector Appoint The SWPPP Inspector  Â

48 48 Construction Meetings Construction Meetings - - Review the SWPPP/WPCP WPC Strategies Conduct Pre Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the RE Pending File WPC Strategies Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the SWPPP/WPCP Review the RE Pending File Conduct Pre           Introduction Responsibilities RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction RE Responsibilities Project Closeout Management Tools Before Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights  Â

49 49 Construction Responsibilities Before Construction Meetings Construction Meetings - - Contractor with the project. State personnel involved Contractor with the project. State personnel involved Pre-Construction Meetings Pre Pre    Â

50 50 Construction Responsibilities Before Structures Personnel DCSWC Maintenance Representative Environmental Engineer Project Engineer Project Manager RWQCB Representative Appointed SWPPP inspector RE ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Who should attend? Who should attend? Â Â State Personnel Meeting State Personnel Meeting State Personnel Meeting

51 51 Construction Responsibilities Before specific specific - - Coordination of Special areas Environmentally sensitive More???? information RE Pending File The conceptual SWPPP Other plans and permits Provision requirements ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ issues water pollution control Discuss project water pollution control issues Discuss project   State Personnel Meeting State Personnel Meeting State Personnel Meeting

52 52 Construction Responsibilities Before construction construction - - Contractor’s Superintendent DCSWC Contractor’s Water Pollution Control Manager (WPCM) Appointed SWPPP Inspector RE RWQCB Representative (New) ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Can be integrated into the typical pre Who should attend? meeting with the contractor. Can be integrated into the typical pre Who should attend? meeting with the contractor. Â Â Â Â Contractor Meeting Contractor Meeting Contractor Meeting

53 53 Construction Responsibilities Before specific water specific water - - Environmentally sensitive Other plans and permits, RE Pending File information, The conceptual SWPPP, Provision requirements, Coordination of Special areas, ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ pollution control issues. Discuss project pollution control issues. Discuss project   Contractor Meeting Contractor Meeting Contractor Meeting

54 54 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

55 properties, properties, Caltran’s Caltran’s facilities, and activities D) facilities, and activities D) B) Industrial activities B) Industrial activities ? ? disturb over 5 acres disturb over 5 acres Permit CAS000003, regulates from Permit CAS000003, regulates storm water discharges activities C) General construction activities C) General construction A) Construction sites that A) Construction sites that Millionaire Review Question #1 Millionaire Review Question #1 Millionaire Review Question #1

56 contractors D) Training for contractors D) Training for B) Schedule B) Schedule a new SWPPP requirement? a new SWPPP requirement? not not Runon Calcs Runon Calcs A) A) site estimates C) Construction C) Construction site estimates Which of the following is Which of the following is Millionaire Review Question #2 Millionaire Review Question #2 Millionaire Review Question #2

57 ? ? swppp swppp D) B and C D) B and C preparation manual B) SWPPP / WPCP B) SWPPP / WPCP preparation manual Which manual(s) will assist RE’s in the process of reviewing a contractor’s process of reviewing a contractor’s Which manual(s) will assist RE’s in the review manual A) Construction site C) SWPPP / WPCP BMP manual BMP manual A) Construction site C) SWPPP / WPCP review manual Millionaire Review Question #3 Millionaire Review Question #3 Millionaire Review Question #3

58 be be not not B) Construction site estimates estimates B) Construction site tables D) Area requirements/ tables D) Area requirements/ found in the RE Pending File? Which of the following documents will found in the RE Pending File? Which of the following documents will A) Topography map A) Topography map C) List of other permits C) List of other permits Millionaire Review Question #4 Millionaire Review Question #4 Millionaire Review Question #4

59 - - - - D) 30 days prior to construction SWRQCB B) 30 days prior to construction RWQCB D) 30 days prior to construction SWRQCB B) 30 days prior to construction RWQCB and to whom? and to whom? - - - - SWRQCB SWRQCB - - The Notification of Construction (NOC) should be submitted when? submitted when? The Notification of Construction (NOC) should be A) 20 days prior to the rainy season rainy season A) 20 days prior to the EPA C) Prior to submission of NOI EPA C) Prior to submission of NOI Millionaire Review Question #5 Millionaire Review Question #5 Millionaire Review Question #5

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61 61 Construction Meetings Construction Meetings - - Review the SWPPP/WPCP WPC Strategies Conduct Pre Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the RE Pending File WPC Strategies Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the SWPPP/WPCP Review the RE Pending File Conduct Pre           Recent Fines Responsibilities RE Responsibilities Role of the Players Introduction During Construction RE Responsibilities Management Tools Project Closeout Before Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities Before  Â

62 62 WPC Strategies storm water storm water - - ) from erosion ) from erosion DSAs DSAs discharges ( Protect disturbed soil areas water before discharge Prevent non Minimize sediment in storm the construction site Prevent storm water contact with Prevent storm water contact with other pollutants discharges other pollutants ( Minimize sediment in storm Protect disturbed soil areas water before discharge Prevent storm water contact with Prevent non the construction site Prevent storm water contact with Water Pollution Control Strategies Water Pollution Control Strategies Water Pollution Control Strategies          Â

63 63 WPC Strategies on on - - Run Run - - Rainfall Rainfall - - sky Storm water from the Storm Water from adjacent areas sky Storm water from the Storm Water from adjacent areas     Prevent Storm Water Contact With The Construction Site The Construction Site Prevent Storm Water Contact With The Construction Site Prevent Storm Water Contact With

64 64 WPC Strategies from rainfall is: from rainfall is: Scheduling ⇒ practicable to protect A BMP that is DSAs A BMP that is DSAs practicable to protect   Prevent Storm Water Contact With The Construction Site Prevent Storm Water Contact With The Construction Site The Construction Site Prevent Storm Water Contact With

65 65 WPC Strategies on is: on is: - - from run from run that is practicable to that is practicable to DSAs DSAs swales Earth dikes/drainage ⇒ A BMP protect protect A BMP The Construction Site Prevent Storm Water Contact With The Construction Site Prevent Storm Water Contact With The Construction Site Prevent Storm Water Contact With  Â

66 66 WPC Strategies from erosion from erosion fiber rolls Gravel bag berms or Slope drains Top of slope dikes stabilization Temporary soil ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ are: DSAs BMPs to protect are: DSAs BMPs to protect   Erosion Protect Disturbed Soil Areas From Erosion Protect Disturbed Soil Areas From Protect Disturbed Soil Areas From Erosion

67 67 WPC Strategies Basins / Basins / Sediment Traps Sediment Traps Silt Fence Straw bale barrier Sandbag barrier ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Sediment Barriers Sediment Barriers Desilting Desilting     Minimize Sediment In Storm Water Before Discharge Before Discharge Minimize Sediment In Storm Water Minimize Sediment In Storm Water Before Discharge

68 68 WPC Strategies on on - - essential activities essential activities - - Clean up spills of materials/wastes Prevent run materials/wastes Cover stored watertight containers Store materials/wastes in non Minimize storage and materials/wastes Clean up spills of Prevent run materials/wastes Cover stored Store materials/wastes in watertight containers Minimize storage and non           Prevent Storm Water Contact With Other Pollutants Prevent Storm Water Contact With Other Pollutants Other Pollutants Prevent Storm Water Contact With

69 69 WPC Strategies Storm Water Storm Water - - Discharges Prevent Non-Storm Water Discharges Prevent Non Materials or chemicals leaks, Runoff from dust control Sanitary/septic waste Paving and concrete waste maintenance Cleaning, Fueling, spills Dewatering operations Vehicle and Equipment Discharges Prevent Non Sanitary/septic waste spills Vehicle and Equipment Cleaning, Fueling, Paving and concrete waste maintenance Materials or chemicals leaks, Dewatering operations Runoff from dust control            Â

70 70 WPC Strategies Project Plans Contract Special Provisions Standard Specifications Project Plans Contract Special Provisions Standard Specifications       Contract Documents Contract Documents Contract Documents

71 71 WPC Strategies 1.01G, 1.01G, - - Section 7 Water Pollution Planting Grubbing Section 20, Erosion Section 18, Dust Section 10, Dust Control Control and Highway Section 16,Clearing and Palliative Planting Palliative Section 10, Dust Control Section 20, Erosion Grubbing Control and Highway Section 16,Clearing and Section 18, Dust Section 7 Water Pollution Standard Specifications Standard Specifications Standard Specifications          Â

72 72 WPC Strategies 1. Water Pollution 1. Water Pollution - - Water Quality Handbooks Requires use of the Storm requirements Issued to satisfy the NPDES Details water pollution control Permit requirements ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Control Section 10 Control Section 10 Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions  Â

73 73 WPC Strategies requirements Identifies cost breakdown Additional required BMPs approval process The SWPPP/WPCP contents and Identifies appropriate RWQCB Year round requirements Identifies plan required (SWPPP or WPCP) ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions Control Specifications Contents of Water Pollution Contract Special Provisions Control Specifications Contents of Water Pollution  Â

74 74 WPC Strategies ve Disturbed Soil Areas (DSAs) Defines maximum active DSAs during the rainy season Progress Payments/Detention/Retention 50/50 BMP Maintenance sharing (New) Defines the rainy and non-rainy seasons Move-In/Out (Permanent Erosion Control) (New) Inspection and maintenance requirements Defines active and non-acti ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Contents of Water Pollution Control Specs. (Cont.) (Cont.) Contents of Water Pollution Control Specs. Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions Contract Special Provisions  Â

75 75 WPC Strategies Staging of project modified Facility being constructed or Existing drainage courses General layout Possible desilting basin locations ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Project Plans Project Plans Conduct review of plans in context of water pollution control Specifications Project Plans Conduct review of plans in context of water pollution control Specifications  Â

76 76 WPC Strategies http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/construc/stormwater.html Get Manuals online at or hard copies are available from Caltrans Publications OLD: The 1997 Contractor’s NEW: 2000 SWPPP Guide and Specifications Manual and WPCP Preparation ⇒ ⇒ Appropriate SWPPP and WPCP Preparation Manual Identified in Enlist CSWC assistance for review as necessary the SSP Preparation Manual Identified in the SSP review as necessary Appropriate SWPPP and WPCP Enlist CSWC assistance for Preparation Manual Using the SWPPP/WPCP Using the SWPPP/WPCP Preparation Manual Using the SWPPP/WPCP Preparation Manual    Â

77 77 WPC Strategies 12 and 00-12.1) new NPDES permits. (CPD 00- CCO at this time WPCP projects do not require SWPPP construction projects CCO required for all on-going writing a CCO to comply with Guidelines to assist districts in ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Projects Under Old Special Provisions Projects Under Old Special Provisions Provisions reference the 1997 If your Contract Special storm water quality handbooks: Projects Under Old Special Provisions If your Contract Special storm water quality handbooks: Provisions reference the 1997 Â Â

78 78 WPC Strategies or from your CSWC Guidelines and checklist available on the http://roadware.dot.ca.gov Checklist references the relevant NPDES permit requirements and the Storm Water Handbook sections Construction Program’s Intranet site: ⇒ ⇒ CCO Guidelines CCO Guidelines Projects Under Old Special Provisions Projects Under Old Special Provisions Projects Under Old Special Provisions  Â

79 79 WPC Strategies Know and understand this manual Get Manuals online at or hard copies are available from Caltrans Publications http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/construc/stormwater.html y Construction Site BMPs Manual ⇒ Manuals Manuals Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Manuals  Â

80 80 Construction Meetings Construction Meetings - - Review the SWPPP/WPCP WPC Strategies Conduct Pre Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the RE Pending File WPC Strategies Appoint your SWPPP Inspector Review the SWPPP/WPCP Review the RE Pending File Conduct Pre           Project Closeout RE Responsibilities Responsibilities Before Construction Management Tools Recent Fines RE Responsibilities During Construction Role of the Players Introduction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities Before Course Highlights  Â

81 81 SWPPP Review Use the Manual Let’s review a SWPPP Use the Manual Let’s review a SWPPP Â Â Â Â Preparation Manual Using the SWPPP/WPCP Preparation Manual Using the SWPPP/WPCP Preparation Manual Using the SWPPP/WPCP

82 82 SWPPP Review Telling you what is Showing you what the Telling the contractor exactly ... ... ... necessary in that section section might include what verbiage to use in the document EXAMPLES INSTRUCTIONS REQUIRED TEXT Each Section has: Some sections have: Each Section has: Some sections have: How is the Manual set up? How is the Manual set up? How is the Manual set up?

83 83 Page 7 of 62 SWPPP Review Contractors Name, Address, Telephone Number, and Agency) Identification of Lead Agency (Caltrans or Local Caltrans Contract Number Construction Project Name Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Contact Person ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Required information Section 2, page 7 of 62 of Prep Manual Required information Section 2, page 7 of 62 of Prep Manual Title Page Title Page Title Page    Â

84 84 Page 8 of 62 SWPPP Review Name of Company that Prepared the SWPPP (WPCM) Name of Contractors Water Pollution Control Manager SWPPP Preparation Date Job Site Address and Telephone Number (if any) ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Title page (continued) Title page (continued) Title page (continued)

85 85 Page 9 of 62 SWPPP Review for each Major Section and for each Major Section and Attachments Include a Tab List page number for each subsection section Include the Number and Names for each Preparation Manual page 9 of 62 Attachments Include a Tab List page number for each subsection Include the Number and Names for each section Preparation Manual page 9 of 62 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Table of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents

86 86 Page 11 of 62 SWPPP Review 100.2 SWPPP Approval 100.1 Initial SWPPP Certification 100.3 Annual Compliance Certification ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ SWPPP Certification and Approval Preparation Manual page 11 of 62 SWPPP Certification and Approval Preparation Manual page 11 of 62 Â Â Â Â Section 100 Section 100 Section 100

87 87 Page 11-13 of 62 SWPPP Review RE signature and name Date signed Telephone number Required Text Submitted to the RE for review and approval and telephone number Contractors signature, Name, Title, Date, Caltrans Contract Number Required Text Project Name ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ 100.1 Initial SWPPP Certification 100.2 SWPPP Approval 100.2 SWPPP Approval 100.1 Initial SWPPP Certification     SWPPP Certification and Approval SWPPP Certification and Approval SWPPP Certification and Approval

88 88 Page 14 of 62 SWPPP Review certification on the following June 15th Job starting on or after June 15th require number in the SWPPP List persons name and contact y y Completed by June 15th Keep completed and signed copies of the Preparation Manual page 14 of 62 Include blank copies of forms in Attachment M Required text for this section annual compliance certification in this section Prepared by qualified person ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ SWPPP Certification and Approval SWPPP Certification and Approval 100.3 Annual Compliance Certification 100.3 Annual Compliance Certification SWPPP Certification and Approval  Â

89 89 Page 15 of 62 SWPPP Review 200.1 SWPPP Amendment Certification and Approval 200.2 Amendment Log ⇒ ⇒ SWPPP Amendments SWPPP Preparation Manual page 15 of 62 SWPPP Amendments SWPPP Preparation Manual page 15 of 62 Â Â Â Â Section 200 Section 200 Section 200

90 90 Page 15-17 of 62 SWPPP Review eliminating pollutants in storm ations which may affect the e Permit are violated Changes implemented in 14 days y If any conditions of th municipal separate storm sewer system discharge of pollutants to surface waters, ground water, or When deemed necessary by the RE When required by the Special Provisions Changes in construction or oper If the RWQCB determines that a Permit violation has occurred water discharges has not been achieved General objective of reducing or ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ SWPPP shall be Amended when: Required Text Required Text SWPPP shall be Amended when: Â Â Â Â Certification and Approval 200.1 SWPPP Amendment Certification and Approval 200.1 SWPPP Amendment 200.1 SWPPP Amendment Certification and Approval

91 91 Page 18 of 62 SWPPP Review Brief description of Amendment Date Amendment Number Caltrans Contract Number Prepared By Project Name ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Required text for the log: Required text for the log: Â Â 200.2 Amendment Log 200.2 Amendment Log 200.2 Amendment Log

92 92 Page 20 of 62 SWPPP Review 300.4 Construction Site Estimates Schedule 300.3 Project Schedule/Water Pollution Control 300.2 Unique Site Features 300.1 Introduction and Project Description 300.5 Contact Information/List of Responsible Parties ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Introduction and Project Description Page 20 of 62 of the Manual Introduction and Project Description Page 20 of 62 of the Manual     Section 300 Section 300 Section 300

93 93 Page 20-21 of 62 SWPPP Review es within or adjacent to water the drainage system bodies Include any features or activiti Identify who owns Provide legal description of the project Provide a brief description of unique features Proximity to receiving waters Significant or high-risk construction activities ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ 300.1 and 300.2 300.2 Unique Site Features 300.1 Introduction and Project Description 300.2 Unique Site Features 300.1 Introduction and Project Description 300.1 and 300.2 Â Â Â Â

94 94 Page 21 of 62 SWPPP Review Include calculations in Attachment D Include calculations in Attachment E y y Runoff coefficient before and after construction Anticipated storm water run-on calculations construction Required text Percentage impervious area before and after Construction site area ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction Site Estimates Construction Site Estimates   300.3 300.3

95 95 SWPPP Review Determines the amount off runoff before and after construction y Computation Sheet for determining Runoff Coefficients ⇒ Attachment D Attachment D Â Â SWPPP Attachments SWPPP Attachments SWPPP Attachments

96 96 SWPPP Review ticipate storm water run-on Determines the amount of an Helps in designing temporary BMPs to control erosion y y Calculation for Storm Water Run-on ⇒ Attachment E Attachment E Â Â SWPPP Attachments SWPPP Attachments SWPPP Attachments

97 97 Page 22 of 62 SWPPP Review lates to soil disturbing and Show how the rainy season re re-stabilization activities Special dates in other permits (Army Corp, Fish and game) Major grading/excavation dates Mass clearing and grubbing/road side clearing dates Mobilization dates Annual certification Project start and finish dates Rainy seasons dates y y y y y y y y Written or graphical schedule Adequate details for major activities sequenced with implementation of BMPs ⇒ ⇒ Project Schedule / Water Pollution Control Schedule Page 22 of 62 of the SWPPP Preparation Manual Project Schedule / Water Pollution Control Schedule Page 22 of 62 of the SWPPP Preparation Manual 300.4 300.4 Â Â 300.4 Â Â

98 98 Page 22-24 of 62 SWPPP Review for soil stabilization, sediment ilization or Sediment control tracking controls, non-storm water, e Special Provisions) implementation of BMPs (continued) Adequate details for major activities sequenced with ⇒ Non-rainy season implementation schedule of same Rainy season implementation schedule Annual submittal of rainy season implementation -if Required (New) Pre-rainy season temporary soil stab waste management and materials BMPs controls, wind erosion controls, BMPS (if Required by th Project Schedule Project Schedule y y y y   300.4 300.4 300.4

99 99 Page 22-24 of 62 SWPPP Review See page 25 and 26 of SWPPP Prep Manual Final stabilization activities (staged) Non-storm water discharges, dewatering or Major planned stockpiling operations Pavement operations (11x17 foldout) grinding operations implementation of BMPs (continued) Adequate details for major activities sequenced with y y y y y ⇒ Project Schedule Project Schedule 300.4 300.4 300.4 Â Â

100 100 Page 27 of 62 SWPPP Review Name, address, and telephone number y pollution controls during construction List contractors person(s) responsible for water ⇒ Contact Information/List of Responsible Parties Required text Page 27 of 62 of the Manual Parties Contact Information/List of Responsible Required text Page 27 of 62 of the Manual       300.5 300.5 300.5

101 101 Page 27-28 of 62 SWPPP Review s and waste Implement all non storm water, material Implementation of erosion and sediment control measures Ensuring full compliance with the SWPPP and Permit Authority to mobilize crews for immediate repairs Coordinate with the RE Ensuring elimination of all unauthorized discharges Preparing annual compliance certification Storm event inspections management activities y y y y y y y y Water Pollution Control Manager (WPCM) duties duties Water Pollution Control Manager (WPCM) Â Â 300.5 300.5 300.5

102 102 Page 29 of 62 SWPPP Review revision dates that apply Include complete reference name, number, author, date, and Project reports: geotechnical, soils, materials, drainage Handbooks, references, manuals, guidance Other permits Army Corp, DF&G, DTSC ADL variance, etc. NPDES permits Project Plans and Specifications y y y y y y Identify all Documents Referenced in the SWPPP be kept on-site and be readily available for review Required text All referenced materials not attached to SWPPP must Page 29 of 62 of the SWPPP Preparation Manual ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ References References   Section 400 Section 400

103 103 Page 31 of 62 SWPPP Review Construction Storm Water Management Construction Storm Water Management - - 500.9 Other Plans or Permits 500.8 List of Subcontractors 500.7 Training 500.4 Water Pollution Control Drawings 500.6 Post Repair 500.3 Pollutant Source Identification and BMP 500.5 Construction BMP Maintenance, Inspection and Selection 500.1 Objectives 500.2 Vicinity Map 500.7 Training 500.8 List of Subcontractors 500.9 Other Plans or Permits 500.2 Vicinity Map Selection 500.3 Pollutant Source Identification and BMP 500.5 Construction BMP Maintenance, Inspection and Repair 500.1 Objectives 500.6 Post 500.4 Water Pollution Control Drawings                   Section 500 Body of SWPPP Section 500 Body of SWPPP Section 500 Body of SWPPP

104 104 Page 31 of 62 SWPPP Review during construction to reduce or eliminate pollutants Develop a maintenance schedule for BMP installed and non storm water discharges during construction (BMPs) to reduce or eliminate pollutants in storm water schedule, and maintain Best Management Practices Identify, construct, implement in accordance with a time Identify non-storm water discharges the construction site discharges associated with construction activities from sediment that may affect the quality of storm water after construction Identify all pollutant sources, including sources of ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Required text Objectives Required text Objectives 500.1 500.1 500.1 Â Â Â Â

105 105 Page 32 of 62 SWPPP Review General topography and geographical features surrounding the Discharge locations site Outline of offsite drainage areas discharging to the construction Known wells Construction site perimeter Water bodies within or adjacent to the project site Geographic features or landmarks Easily identifiable major roadways site Outline of site perimeter y y y y y y y y y shows: Required text, map size A vicinity map and site map are required. Vicinity map ⇒ ⇒ Vicinity Map Vicinity Map 500.2 500.2 500.2 Â Â

106 106 SWPPP Review Show all necessary information boundary Extend approximately 400 M or one-quarter mile of project Include title sheet from project plans Use a USGS map or equivalent y y y y Vicinity Map ⇒ Attachment A Site Map Attachment A Site Map     SWPPP Attachments SWPPP Attachments SWPPP Attachments

107 107 SWPPP Review Vicinity Map Vicinity Map Vicinity Map

108 108 SWPPP Review Site Map Site Map Site Map

109 109 Page 33 of 62 SWPPP Review and Existing Data Describing Soil 500.3.3 Nature of Fill Material 500.3.2 Existing (pre-construction) Control Measures Storm Water 500.3.1 Inventory of materials and activities that may Pollute 500.3.6 Tracking Controls 500.3.9 Waste Management and Materials Pollution Controls 500.3.8 Non-Storm Water Controls 500.3.5 Sediment Controls 500.3.7 Wind Erosion Controls 500.3.4 Soil Stabilization ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Selection 500.3 Pollutant Source Identification and BMP Page 33 of 62 of the SWPPP Preparation Manual Page 33 of 62 of the SWPPP Preparation Manual Selection 500.3 Pollutant Source Identification and BMP Â Â Â Â 500.3 500.3 500.3

110 110 Page 33 of 62 SWPPP Review have the potential to contribute Wood products Paints, solvents and thinners Joint and curing compounds Cement materials associated with PCC operations Asphaltic emulsions associated with paving operations Vehicle fluids, including oil, grease, petroleum, and coolants Fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides Metals and plated products y y y y y y y y to the discharge of pollutants to storm water List all construction materials that Required text ⇒ ⇒ 500.3.1 500.3.1 Inventory of Materials and Activities that may Pollute Storm Water 500.3.1 Inventory of Materials and Activities that may Pollute Storm Water  Â

111 111 Page 33 of 62 SWPPP Review Landscaping operations Utility excavation operations Soil import operations Grading operations Clear and grub operations Material stockpile operations y y y y y y water discharges List construction activities that may have the potential to contribute sediment to storm List construction activities that may have the potential to contribute sediment to storm water discharges 500.3.1 500.3.1 500.3.1 Â Â

112 112 Page 34 of 62 SWPPP Review es in place prior to construction construction) Control Measures construction) Control Measures - - Sediment basins Infiltration basins Lined ditches Energy dissipaters Existing landscaping Existing erosion control measures Detention basins Bridge and Rock slope protection Oil water separators y y y y y y y y y Required text Identify any existing control measur including but not limited to: ⇒ ⇒ 500.3.2 500.3.2 Existing (pre 500.3.2 Existing (pre  Â

113 113 Page 35 of 62 SWPPP Review features that, as a result of Aerially Deposited Lead (ADL) Groundwater location Type of soil Toxic materials y y y y Describe the conditions of fill material and soil on the past usage may contribute pollutants to storm water construction site Required text Show and/or describe existing site ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Nature of Fill Material and Existing Data describing Soil Nature of Fill Material and Existing Data describing Soil   500.3.3 500.3.3 500.3.3

114 114 Break Break Break

115 115 Responsibilities Project Closeout During Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Management Tools Role of the Players Introduction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Course Highlights Course Highlights RE Responsibilities During Construction Construction RE Responsibilities During RE Responsibilities During Construction  Â

116 116 Starting Construction Inspections Annual Certification / Notice of Discharge Payments / Sanctions Payments / Sanctions Inspections Annual Certification / Starting Construction Notice of Discharge Documentation Documentation           Project Closeout RE Responsibilities Responsibilities Before Construction Management Tools Introduction RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities During RE Responsibilities During Construction Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities During Course Highlights  Â

117 117 Construction RE Responsibilities During Disturb soil areas, or causing materials, Move-in equipment or pollutant track sediment onto adjacent roads. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Contractor should not: cause water pollution can start before RE approval of the SWPPP/WPCP. No work having the potential to Contractor should not: before RE approval of the No work having the potential to cause water pollution can start SWPPP/WPCP. Â Â Â Â Starting Construction Starting Construction Starting Construction

118 118 Construction RE Responsibilities During Location of activity After submission of a SWPPP/WPCP, the RE may allow certain construction activities to start while the revisions are incorporated. Type of activity Season ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Conditional Approval Consider the following: Conditional Approval Consider the following: Â Â Â Â Starting Construction Starting Construction Starting Construction

119 119 Starting Construction Inspections Annual Certification / Notice of Discharge Payments / Sanctions Payments / Sanctions Inspections Annual Certification / Starting Construction Notice of Discharge Documentation Documentation           Project Closeout RE Responsibilities Responsibilities Before Construction Management Tools Introduction RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities During RE Responsibilities During Construction Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities During Course Highlights  Â

120 120 Construction RE Responsibilities During pollution control operations for water Inspect the contractor’s inspection reports. compliance Review contractor ⇒ ⇒ Inspections Inspections Contractor Caltrans Inspections Contractor Caltrans    Â

121 121 Construction RE Responsibilities During As specified in the Special After actual storm events period) events (once each 24-hour During extended storm events Provisions Prior to anticipated storm ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Frequency Frequency   Inspections Inspections Inspections

122 122 Construction RE Responsibilities During BMPs are properly systems The condition of drainage water run-on The control of off-site storm nonactive DSAs The protection of active and specified (rainy season) implemented Active areas limited as ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Inspections Inspections Prior to an anticipated storm event, confirm...: Inspections event, confirm...: Prior to an anticipated storm  Â

123 123 Construction RE Responsibilities During Good learning allow. BMPs as conditions Repair or revise cause flooding. Ensure BMPs do not functioning of BMPs. Confirm the proper Best time to review BMPs! experience. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ During a storm event: During a storm event: Â Â Inspections Inspections Inspections

124 124 Construction RE Responsibilities During Good learning necessary. maintain BMPs as Repair, revise and need maintenance. Identify BMPs that failed. Identify BMPs that experience. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ After an actual storm event: After an actual storm event: Â Â Inspections Inspections Inspections

125 125 Starting Construction Inspections Annual Certification / Notice of Discharge Payments / Sanctions Payments / Sanctions Inspections Annual Certification / Starting Construction Notice of Discharge Documentation Documentation           Project Closeout RE Responsibilities Responsibilities Before Construction Management Tools Introduction RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities During RE Responsibilities During Construction Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities During Course Highlights  Â

126 126 Construction RE Responsibilities During See Section 9.4 of the SWMP for $27,500 fine Failure to report is subject to notice or order from any regulatory agency Action required upon discovery of a noncompliance reporting discharge or if the project receives a written Notice Of Discharge Notice Of Discharge Notice Of Discharge   Â

127 127 Construction RE Responsibilities During Discharges that violate 404 limitations. numeric prohibitions or Discharges that violate discharges. Prohibited non-storm water failed or damaged BMPs. due to the absence of required, Storm water discharges that permits or 401 certifications contain sediment from DSAs ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Notice Of Discharge Notice Of Discharge Applicable Discharges: Notice Of Discharge Applicable Discharges: Â Â

128 128 Construction RE Responsibilities During Discharge. Coordinate Complete Notice of condition. Rectify the noncompliant Verbally notify DCSWC. discharge impacts. and/or mitigate construction activity through DCSWC. If possible, cease ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ RE actions with noncompliant discharges: RE actions with noncompliant discharges: Notice Of Discharge Notice Of Discharge  Notice Of Discharge Â

129 129 Construction RE Responsibilities During An implementation and maintenance prevent re-occurrence. Steps planned to reduce, eliminate and/or The BMPs deployed after the discharge. The BMPs deployed before the discharge. Assessment of impact. schedule. Date, time, and location of discharge. Nature of operation. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Contents: Contents: Notice Of Discharge Notice Of Discharge  Notice Of Discharge Â

130 130 Starting Construction Inspections Annual Certification / Notice of Discharge Payments / Sanctions Payments / Sanctions Inspections Annual Certification / Starting Construction Notice of Discharge Documentation Documentation           Project Closeout RE Responsibilities Responsibilities Before Construction Management Tools Introduction RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities During RE Responsibilities During Construction Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities During Course Highlights  Â

131 131 Construction RE Responsibilities During ins (New) ins (New) - - Schedule of Values or specific other contract items items Additional Move Manage SWPPP items like 50/50 Maintenance (New) items Schedule of Values or specific other contract items 50/50 Maintenance (New) Additional Move Manage SWPPP items like         Progress Payments Progress Payments Progress Payments

132 132 Construction RE Responsibilities During : : Withholding funds from contract progress Suspending any work that would exacerbate payments as specified in the contract the deficiency prevent the contractor’s efforts to correct the noncompliance or interfere with or Contractual Sanctions Contractual Sanctions ⇒ Contractual Sanctions ⇒ Available negative reinforcement Available negative reinforcement  Â

133 133 Construction RE Responsibilities During Initiating cancellation of the Construction Maintenance to complete the work Bringing in a separate contractor or Caltrans passing along fines for permit violations Assessing liquidated damages including contract ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Contractual Sanctions Contractual Sanctions Available negative reinforcement: Contractual Sanctions Available negative reinforcement: Â Â

134 134 Starting Construction Inspections Annual Certification / Notice of Discharge Payments / Sanctions Payments / Sanctions Inspections Annual Certification / Starting Construction Notice of Discharge Documentation Documentation           Project Closeout RE Responsibilities Responsibilities Before Construction Management Tools Introduction RE Responsibilities Role of the Players During Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Construction RE Responsibilities During RE Responsibilities During Construction Course Highlights Construction RE Responsibilities During Course Highlights  Â

135 135 Construction RE Responsibilities During years imprisonment for records. knowingly falsifying $10,000 fine and/or up to 2 File in the project records. contractor. RE to sign and return to year Before June 15 of each ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Contractor to complete, sign and submit to RE. Contractor to complete, sign and submit to RE. Â Â Annual Compliance Certification Annual Compliance Certification Annual Compliance Certification

136 136 Construction RE Responsibilities During Correspondence with SWTF inspection reports SWPPP/WPCP Correspondence with the Contractor inspection Amendments Annual certification Caltrans inspection reports regulatory agencies reports contractor Contract Documentation Contract Documentation Category 20 files ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Contract Documentation ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Category 20 files  Â

137 137 Responsibilities Project Closeout During Construction RE Responsibilities Before Construction RE Responsibilities Management Tools Introduction Role of the Players ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Project Closeout Responsibilities Project Closeout Responsibilities Course Highlights Project Closeout Responsibilities Course Highlights  Â

138 138 construction meeting construction meeting - - with Design with Design Retention of Records Post Terminating Permit Coverage Contract Acceptance Relief for Maintenance Maintenance Review Contract Acceptance Retention of Records Relief for Maintenance Terminating Permit Coverage Post Maintenance Review             Project Closeout RE Responsibilities Before Construction Management Tools During Construction RE Responsibilities Introduction Role of the Players Responsibilities ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Project Closeout Responsibilities Project Closeout Responsibilities Course Highlights Project Closeout Responsibilities Course Highlights  Â

139 139 Responsibilities Project Closeout Temporary BMPs to remain. Permanent structural storm water BMP devices. Requested field adjustments. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ During field review, discuss: Superintendent/Supervisor Conduct with Maintenance Furnish information (RE Pending File) pertaining to Conduct at 90% complete. permanent BMP devices. During field review, discuss: Superintendent/Supervisor Conduct with Maintenance permanent BMP devices. Pending File) pertaining to Conduct at 90% complete. Furnish information (RE Maintenance Review Maintenance Review Maintenance Review        Â

140 140 Responsibilities Project Closeout 07 & 07 & - - 1.15. 1.15. - - work. to the satisfaction of the To qualify, such portions must be Engineer. maintaining and protecting (including water pollution control) requirements of the contract and Upon request, the Contractor may be relieved from the duty of in accordance with the certain completed portions of the completed in all respects 7 Standard Specifications Section Construction Manual 2 requirements of the contract and maintaining and protecting Engineer. certain completed portions of the may be relieved from the duty of work. (including water pollution control) Upon request, the Contractor to the satisfaction of the To qualify, such portions must be in accordance with the completed in all respects 7 Standard Specifications Section Construction Manual 2 Relief From Maintenance Relief From Maintenance Relief From Maintenance      Â

141 141 Responsibilities Project Closeout 07 & Standard Specifications 07 & Standard Specifications - - 1.17 1.17 - - Planting and irrigation Final erosion control ⇒ ⇒ Post construction BMP devices implemented Section 7 Temporary controls removed and disposed of Construction Manual 2 Post construction BMP devices implemented Section 7 Temporary controls removed and disposed of Construction Manual 2 Â Â Â Â Â Â Contract Acceptance Contract Acceptance Contract Acceptance

142 142 Responsibilities Project Closeout Terminating Permit Coverage Terminating Permit Coverage Construction Notice of Completion of requirements Meet final stabilization Complete construction Terminating Permit Coverage Notice of Completion of Construction Meet final stabilization requirements Complete construction      Â

143 143 Responsibilities Project Closeout stabilization measures have been been established or equivalent background vegetation coverage has equivalent to 70 percent of the native when a uniform vegetative cover Erosion control is considered functional control is in place and functional. contract plans and permanent erosion completed in conformance with the Areas where construction has been employed. y y Special Provision requirements NPDES permit requirements ⇒ ⇒ Terminating Permit Coverage Terminating Permit Coverage Final Stabilization Requirements Terminating Permit Coverage Final Stabilization Requirements  Â

144 144 Responsibilities Project Closeout construc/cpb/CEM2003.pdf/ http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/ Only required for SWPPP projects. The Notice of Completion of Construction (NCC) NOT. equivalent to the Only required for SWPPP projects. equivalent to the The Notice of Construction (NCC) NOT. Completion of     Terminating Permit Coverage Terminating Permit Coverage Terminating Permit Coverage

145 145 Responsibilities Project Closeout Certification of Compliance. The June 15 Annual events. to, during, and after storm Site inspections continue prior site during working hours. The SWPPP must remain on Notice of Discharge reporting. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Terminating Permit Coverage Terminating Permit Coverage permit including: Until all requirements for must still comply with the completion are met, the project Terminating Permit Coverage Until all requirements for permit including: must still comply with the completion are met, the project  Â

146 146 Responsibilities Project Closeout incorporation of Allows for didn’t work. worked and what Discussion of what future designs. lessons learned into Construction Meeting With Construction Meeting With - - ⇒ ⇒ Lessons Learned Lessons Learned   Post-Construction Meeting With Design Design Post Post Design

147 147 Responsibilities Project Closeout Notice of Discharge reporting Notification of Construction Compliance certifications Records of all inspections Approved SWPPP documents and amendments Notice of Completion of Construction ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ least 3 years from the date generated: Retain the following records for a period of at least 3 years from the date generated: Retain the following records for a period of at Retention Of Records Retention Of Records Retention Of Records  Â

148 148 SWPPP SWPPP REs REs especially for larger projects Assistance should be obtained when necessary, Construction Storm Water Task Force Manuals - BMP / SWPPP-WPCP / DCSWC ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ Be proactive, not reactive! Resources available to you The responsibilities are many! The Resources available to you Be proactive, not reactive! responsibilities are many! Â Â Â Â Â Â Closing Comments Closing Comments Closing Comments

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