Sheetflow Construction Erosion and Sediment Control

March 21, 2019

About

Filed under: — Sheetflow @ 2:32 pm

A little about me: I have been in the erosion control profession for something over 25 years, primarily public works, heavy civil construction. I have developed policy, programs, taught, written contract specifications, developed contract erosion plans, and inspected, everything from a small electrical conduit trench to a 600 acre, 20+ million cubic yard fill for a new runway, a 2,000 square foot building demo, to a billion dollar international arrivals hall.

Most of my work has been at a major international airport and a large west coast seaport. Before that, I spent a few years traveling the state, training contractors in the fine points of erosion control.

I finally obtained my CPESC a few months ago; something I told various bosses I was going to do as a performance goal since 1999.

A little about this website: I started some form of this site in the early 2000’s as a project with my son who was interested in computers, software, gaming, like most kids growing up at that time. My plan was no plan. I just did random stuff at random times. Starting in 2010, I started posting on a more regular basis, more as a journal than anything, so I would remember some of the things I was involved in over a fun and interesting career.

I used to allow comments so that the site would be interactive and I could communicate with folks, learn, share, all of that. I quickly learned that 99.9% of comments were fake, generated by computers. I decided communication was overrated and stopped. ( However, if you do want to make contact you can gmail me: sheetflow @ ).

The majority of the stuff posted is my stuff. Some of the stuff belongs to others as indicated in the posts.

Everything here is share-able, reusable, and free. I don’t advertise and don’t plan to. I believe in the Creative Commons philosophy. So, you may use anything for educational purposes, just give proper attribution to this website.

Thanks, Dave

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