Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans

R.A. Miller, R.G. designed and prepared various Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) pursuant to the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System requirements.


We prepared and executed a SWPPP for a runway reconstruction project in Clovis, New Mexico for the Clovis Air Force Base under direction of the Army Corps of Engineers. In addition, the company executed a SWPPP for a 15-mile highway-widening project for State Route 44 north of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The execution of the SWPPP was audited quarterly by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with no adverse actions. For this same project we directed archeological and cultural resource investigations with subsequent excavation and documentation of archeological sites.


R.A. Miller, R.G. designed and executed a SWPPP for a 5-mile section of new southbound highway on State Route 85 located north of Gila Bend; and for a 2.5-mile highway/bridge project on State Route 202 in northeast Phoenix Metroplex (Higley Road to Power Road).


R.A. Miller, R.G. managed various environmental and radiation safety permitting procedures for Los Alamos National Laboratory during an emergency storm water control project. The project involved storm water and sediment control design, construction and retrofit in seven drainages in and around Los Alamos, New Mexico. The $18 million dam construction project was completed in a record 8-weeks. R.A. Miller, R.G. managed coordination of permitting and supervised quality control for construction materials testing under supervision by Army Corps of Engineers.


R.A. Miller, R.G. received the Associated Builders and Contractors Award of Excellence for the Pajarito Canyon (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Flood Retention Structure.