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How to Take Action Before the Storm Hits

If you’re a contractor on the south or east coast you know there’s no avoiding fallout from an occasional tropical storm or hurricane. There are many things we can do to prepare for hurricanes well in advance of an actual storm. From stormwater management best practices and proper chemical storage, to making an effective storm plan, including steps for returning to work after a hurricane has hit your jobsite. Learn how to prepare for a hurricane--including torrential rainfall, flooding, and more--with our hurricane preparation guide.

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Nola 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook

2023 Hurricane Season

The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season has more uncertainty than usual due to a couple of key factors, according to a just-released outlook.

The Weather Company, an IBM Business, and Atmospheric G2 are forecasting 15 named storms, seven of which will become hurricanes and three of which will reach Category 3 status or stronger, in their initial outlook for 2023.

6 Steps to Avoid Losses from Hurricane Season

An average Atlantic hurricane season has 14 named storms, including 7 hurricanes, and 3 major hurricanes. Severe weather can present challenges for construction projects and reduce overall profitability. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to prepare for this hurricane season and weather the storms.

How to Store Chemicals and Hazardous Materials

Construction sites may house anything from acids and other caustic substances, to paints and glues, to heavy metals, solvents, or volatile liquids. While the types of substances differ from one site to the next, one thing they all have in common is the need to store and handle all materials safely and securely.

Stormwater Pollutants, EPA Compliance, and Avoiding Fines

The EPA can levy fines up to $11,000 PER DAY, per project! These kinds of severe fines can quickly drain your construction profits and jeopardize your company.

Keep reading to discover how to avoid fines and cap polluted stormwater runoff.

How to Select the Right Generator

It’s time to purchase a generator but picking the right one for the job takes some research. Power, portability, size, and noise are all factors to consider when choosing a generator. If your generator is too small, it won’t power all your tools; if it is too big, you could be wasting fuel and money. With some upfront planning, selecting the right generator is just a click away.

Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) and Site Plan Development

Discover how to incorporate stormwater Best Management Practices into your next construction project, help clean up America’s waterways, and avoid hefty EPA fines.

Choose the Best Tools to Reduce Runoff

Stormwater management is a critical element of land conservation and development. Each construction site has different environmental considerations that will affect the success of its BMP. Keep reading to ensure that you’re using the best tools and methods to reduce runoff.

Building Stronger with Natural Disasters in Mind

We must continue to innovate building practices, products and update codes to account for the increasing number and ferocity of natural disasters. Here are some of our latest and most revolutionary products, specifically designed to combat the destructive forces that can occur during earthquakes, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and floods.

How to Stabilize Different Types of Slopes

Erosion is a natural process that can cause significant damage to slopes over time. Stabilizing slopes against erosion is an important part of protecting the environment, preventing costly repairs, and increasing safety. There are several methods for stabilizing slopes against erosion, including the use of vegetation, geotextiles, and retaining walls.


Uses and Benefits of Wattles

Many contractors know that wattles are an effective and affordable way to control erosion on slopes and other areas prone to soil loss. They are made from natural materials such as straw, coconut fiber, or wood chips, and can be used in a variety of ways to help reduce the amount of soil that is lost due to erosion.


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