Sheetflow Erosion Control Erosion Control for CESCL's

September 10, 2020

EXCAVATOR EATS BUILDING!

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Excavator Eats Building. Photo: David Jenkins

Excavator Eats Building! I need to throw in an art shot now and then or this TESC stuff gets old.

August 13, 2020

TESC Plan Review, Part 2

From my color pencil TESC review plan, a design engineer came up with this. Came out great!

June 19, 2020

TESC Plan Review

My BlueBeam Revu isn’t working. I need to review this TESC plan for an upcoming project. Colored pencils it is.

July 20, 2019

Diversion Berm

Photo: David Jenkins

I am always looking for products and materials that achieve the goal of environmentally friendly erosion controls, such as this reusable water-filled diversion berm.

Specification
Materials

A. Berm shall be a minimum 6 inches high and 10 feet long and made of 10 mil polyurethane or 22 oz. PVC.

Construction Requirements
Water Filled Diversion Berms

a. Berms shall be installed such that offsite water is prevented from entering the job site and site water is kept within the project boundary.
b. Berms may be used to prevent contaminants and water from entering catch basins.
c. Berms may be used on impervious surfaces.

Payment
O. Payment for “TESC – Water Filled Diversion Berms” will be made at the contract unit price per each per month as stated in the Schedule of Unit Prices, and shall be full compensation for furnishing the specified diversion berms. The unit price per each shall include the cost of mobilization/demobilization, cleaning, hauling and all incidentals for the number of diversion berms required by the Engineer for the duration of the contract.

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