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If you are constructing a new building, having the correct site preparation is crucial to the success of your project. From surveying the property and
The City of San Jose requires a grading permit for all property improvements that alter the natural surface of the ground. These include building a new
Stormwater runoff is the rainwater or melted snow rolling off of surfaces in your community, such as streets and rooftops, into storm drains, and then
As the owner of real estate property, you may know where your property begins and ends. In the United States, many owners build a fence between their
A septic tank is a type of wastewater treatment system that is installed on-site for sewage collection. Septic refers to an anaerobic bacterial environment
What is Stormwater? How is it Important? Stormwater is a result of rainfall and ice/snowmelt. It either seeps into soil layers or remains on top of
SWPPP is an abbreviated term for Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. These plans provide guidance and monitoring information for site-specific
Construction sites result in considerable sediment loss and soil erosion, which is documented as a major reason for water pollution. Bare soil left
Few metropolitan regions and urban communities experience prolonged stormwater overflow. This overflow puts weight on storm sewer infrastructure and
Q: What is a topographic survey and why is it needed? A: A topographic or topographical land survey shows the height, depth, size, and location of any

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