DOT&PF Honors Advanced Environmental Training by Northern Region StaffAlaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) is pleased to announce that Jason Hill, PE, DOT&PF Construction Manager and Caroline Maniaci, PE, Construction Environmental Liaison, have both achieved Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) status. Luke Boles, PE, DOT&PF Hydrologist achieved Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ) status.
DOT&PF is committed to complying with environmental specifications and permits to minimize environmental impacts on all construction projects.
Hill and Maniaci join a distinguished group of 16 CPESC’s in Alaska. As a CPESC they will design and evaluate Storm Water Pollution and Prevention Plans (SWPPP), implement erosion and sediment control best management practices, and share advanced experience, knowledge and expertise with DOT&PF Design and Construction staff.
Boles is one of only two CPSWQ’s in Alaska. As a CPSWQ he will design and evaluate Storm Water Pollution and Prevention Plans (SWPPP), design erosion and sediment control best management practices, design and evaluate storm water quality treatment plans and share advanced experience, knowledge and expertise with DOT&PF Design and Construction staff.The CPESC and CPSWQ designation recognizes expert knowledge in the principles, practices, and legislation of erosion control, sediment control and storm water quality treatment. The CPESC and CPSWQ certification programs are based upon scholarly preparation, knowledge and experience.