Topic: Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan: Don't SWPPP it Under the Rug!
Synopsis: Stormwater management is a component of energy infrastructure construction that can be easily swept under the rug. Other aspects of construction may be perceived as a higher priority for "successful" project execution – delivery on time and under budget. However, the proper design, implementation, inspection, and maintenance of a project's Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) is critical not only to compliance standards, but to overall health and safety. In this presentation, we will learn the value of proactive stormwater management through a discussion highlighting the basics of a SWPPP, regulatory requirements, and best management practices.
Vice President at Principle Services, LLC
Bio: Carrie Eberhard, Professional Engineer, is Vice President at veteran-owned Principle Services Environmental and their parent company Principle Services LLC. Ms. Eberhard has a broad range of experience within the power industry including the areas of power delivery, renewable energy, distributed energy, and environmental services. Her areas of expertise include transmission line engineering, project management, proposal management, process improvement, strategy development, and business development. Ms. Eberhard has contributed to many projects including transmission lines ranging from 69kV to 345kV, utility scale battery energy storage, commercial and industrial solar, and behind-the-meter microgrid solutions.
Ms. Eberhard graduated from Colorado School of Mines with a B.S. Engineering, Civil Specialty and a minor in Business and Economics. She later obtained a Master of Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver with specialties in Leadership and Change Management. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas.