Tag: site inspection

Performed by a professional engaged by the owner of a construction project, contractor, or government agencies to ensure a project’s compliance with its specifications and statutory requirements.

“Drones”:  Revolutionizing Site Inspections

“Drones”: Revolutionizing Site Inspections

“Drones” or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are quickly emerging as the next wave of technology for site inspections, offering environmental, infrastructure, waste, and construction professionals the ability to acquire high resolution aerial imagery, spatial data, and sensing data thoroughly AND cost-effectively… essentially giving you a bird’s eye view into your

May I Drone?

May I Drone?

I’ve shared in my blogs before that I come from a family of aerospace engineers, and that I seem to have been made from different stuff. In fact, when the family was looking up in the sky at some passing wonder I was likely to have been studying a dandelion puff at the

Bird’s Eye View

Bird’s Eye View

Last week my blog touched on the way water is managed in Fresno, CA, where some residents defy the statewide three-year drought using the pumped groundwater from the Central Valley’s over tapped aquifer to maintain emerald isles of lawns. No sooner was that blog published then on a late season

Droning Along

Droning Along

Our colleagues down the hall at Forester University are getting ready to launch a webinar on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)—Drones in the everyday parlance—coming into use for site inspections, offering waste and construction professionals the ability to acquire high-resolution aerial imagery, spatial data, and sensing data rapidly and cost effectively.

So if you’re interested

“Drones”: Revolutionizing Site Inspections

“Drones”: Revolutionizing Site Inspections

At Forester University, our live webinars present you with the experts, who share best management practices, informative project case studies, and real-world applications. Join our faculty of industry experts in our live webinar (or series of webinars) exploring the technological innovations, project site applications, and any associated regulatory requirements in

IECA Announces 2015 Directors

Denver, Colo. – The International Erosion Control Association Region One membership voted to newly elect Jonathan Koepke, CPESC, LEED “ AP; Jerry B. Sanders, CPESC and Thomas W. Schneider, CPESC. Koepke, Sanders and Schneider will begin their terms on the Board of Directors in February, alongside fellow members Brock Peters,

Laser Technology Announces the Release of LaserSoft Measure:

Laser Technology Announces the Release of LaserSoft Measure:

May 8, 2014 – Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) announces the release of the LaserSoft™ Measure App (Measure) for iOS and Android, designed to sync with LTI’s TruPulse lasers. Measure is a simple form of data collection utilizing a smartphone or tablet, that gets professionals in the construction field one step

Intertwined and Interdependent

Intertwined and Interdependent

There is a growing recognition worldwide of the fact that the water and energy sectors are interlinked. (See References.) In the US, about 4% of power generated is used in water supply and treatment, and electricity represents about 75% of the cost of municipal water processing and distribution. Water and

Intertwined and Interdependent

There is a growing recognition worldwide of the fact that the Water and Energy sectors are interlinked. ( See References .) In the US, about 4% of power generated is used in water supply and treatment, and electricity represents about 75% of the cost of municipal water processing and distribution.

The Value of Certification From a National Perspective

Local engineering, construction, and consulting firms involved with land development projects aren’t the only ones that can profit when employees earn any of the various EnviroCert International Inc. (formerly CPESC Inc.) certifications. Companies that develop residential, commercial, and industrial sites on a national level can also benefit when staff members

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