Thompson Engineering provides a mandatory Construction Storm Water Management training course to Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) employees, contractors and consultants statewide. The course includes instruction on regulations, proper installation of best management practices, case studies, inspection strategies and development of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs). Successful completion of this course and the required test allows the Certified Erosion Control Person (CECP) to perform inspections on MDOT projects for a period of five years. The majority of the in-person classes are scheduled in January through March of each year, and classes are rotated through MDOT’s District Offices. Click here to register for a class. Private group sessions may be scheduled upon request.
other MDOT classes
Urban Storm Water Management – training based on the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit and the MDOT Storm Water Management Plan
Environmental Awareness Curriculum –general training for MDOT Maintenance personnel on environmental issues that might be encountered during a normal work day
Encroachment Permit Curriculum – storm water pollution prevention training for utility construction activities and other encroachments to the MDOT right-of-way
Environmental Regulations for Construction Projects – half-day courses translating the specific requirements of the MDEQ Large and Small Construction General Permits into practical terms and applications
For more information or to register for one of our MDOT Construction Storm Water Management training classes, please contact Sherena Sarullo.