Green Infrastructure 8: Best Practices for Construction (RV-10185)

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This course is the last in an eight course series on Green Infrastructure that provides a template for design and implementation of Green Building concepts as they apply to cities and municipalities.

This 1-hour interactive online course gives you the information and action items to assess sites and identify opportunities to use Best Management Practices (BMPs) in “Green” planning, design and construction. This course will give you valuable information about:
•Site Protection
•Plan development
•Protecting water sources and planted areas
•Developing waste management and recycling plans
•Minimizing construction and equipment impacts
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Health, Safety and Welfare
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At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
•Describe Green Building principles and practices as they apply to Infrastructure Construction Practices
•Explain a site protection plan to minimize impact of construction activity
•Discuss protecting existing and future planted areas
•List vegetation protection measures
•Name conscientious construction practices to protect water sources
•Define plans for pollution prevention, chemical source control, sedimentation and erosion control, and interim stormwater management
•Describe protection of water sources
•Explain a construction and demolition waste management plan for infrastructure construction
•Discuss alternative contracting strategies to minimize street closures, traffic diversions, and noise and disruption
•Use the material from this course to develop your own checkists to improve existing policies and procedure
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