Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) are essential – not only to ensure on-site safety during storms, but also to maintain compliance with The Clean Water Act and local regulations. Stormwater runoff on construction sites poses a great liability for contractors who are responsible for pollution prevention. It is also a main priority for industrial and commercial clients to ensure they maintain their SWPPP obligations and meet regulatory requirements. At E&E Construction, we specialize in the implementation and management of SWPPP controls, including any related installations, construction, and even ongoing maintenance, where required.
SWPPPs identify potential sources of runoff pollution and outline the intended control measures, but the initial and ongoing implementation of the plan can become a costly burden. Our SWPPP team helps our clients create the most efficient strategy and expertly implements each stage, so you can focus on the more pressing aspects of your project. SWPPP services include (but aren’t limited to):
Experience the benefits of a single vendor contract, while also leveraging E&E’s Small Business Enterprise certification with the DGS where contracts require it. In addition to stormwater pollution prevention plans, E&E Construction offers a wide range of environmental and general construction services. Our clients trust our team and our leadership to be highly skilled, ethical, and dependable for all their construction needs.
Whether we’re leading the project as your general contractor or addressing specific environmental concerns, the team at E&E provides comprehensive solutions for your project’s success.
At E&E Construction we take the time to document each of our projects. Upon completion, each project is recorded and made available for viewing or download.
Engineering and Environmental Construction, Inc (E&E) is a privately held corporation established in 2006. E&E’s main construction offices are based in Huntington Beach, CA. We are licensed to conduct operations throughout California, Arizona, Nevada, and Washington.
Contractor Licenses and Certifications Include (but aren’t limited to):
E&E is recognized as an SBE with many entities, such as the DGS, and we are also pre-cleared by Homeland Security for access to ports and military installations. We maintain a Zero Incident Safety Record and a 0.70 Experience Modification Rate (EMR), among other H&S recognitions.