The engineers were able to take advantage of using Harris County’s Low Impact Development (LID) regulations by increasing the time of concentration of storm water…...
Blair Wilder is a goal-driven individual who excels in the SWPPP industry. Starting off as an inspector seeing your everyday operation, moving over to estimating to start off the Dallas/Fort-Worth market while finishing off in the Houston market, and now as Project Manager in HTX, he has seen just about every side of the SWPPP world. He is familiar with retail developments, apartments, schools, industrial parks, COH public jobs/parks and the airports with experience all over. Blair knows where to save money, how to stay in compliance, as well as keeping you in mind for your next job to make sure you are satisfied with our services from day one to the end. With his helpful mindset, he always takes into consideration on how he can make sure to work with you on every job to ensure you always receive the best services.
Prior to ECO, Blair worked in the oil & gas industry and knew what it took to get the job done. Working long hours, holidays, weekends, and knowing when to take the lead rather than waiting, he is very experienced in taking control when necessary.
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If you and your team would like to learn more about any of the wide variety of stormwater issues and topics, products and/or services we offer, schedule a LOUNGE & LEARN with Blair today. With Blair’s diverse knowledgebase, he can discuss the full gamut of construction compliance stormwater topics, from Construction EcoServices turnkey SWPPP compliance services during construction activity to our large family of quality BMPs, or local regulations to erosion and sediment control solutions. Just let us know what you would like to talk about.
Here are a few common LOUNGE & LEARN topics we often discuss with our clients: