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Erosion Control During Highway Construction

C. E. Israelsen

Erosion Control During Highway Construction

Manual on Principles and Practices (National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report)

by C. E. Israelsen

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Published by Transportation Research Board .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Design and construction,
  • Roads,
  • Soil erosion,
  • Soil stabilization,
  • Soils

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10356679M
    ISBN 100309030188
    ISBN 109780309030182

    preventing erosion and thus to maintaining a stable driving surface. Two characteris-tics influence how well water drains from the road surface: the steepness of the road (i.e. its grade or gradient), and the shape and cross slope of the traveled way. The gra-dient of the road is determined by its location and routing; thus, it cannot be changed. The use of geotextiles in road construction is no mystery. The geotextiles act as separators, filters, and stabilizers. The following tables display standard specifications for woven and non-woven geotextiles used for highway applications. The specifications are based on .

    This book has been prepared to provide a compilation of Standard Specifications for insertion by reference into Alabama Department of Transportation construction contracts. U.S. Customary and Metric (SI) units of measurement are shown in this edition. Metric units of measurement are shown by the corresponding U.S. Customary. construction staking inspection of work maintenance during construction protection of the work opening to traffic acceptance no waiver of legal rights right of way section control of material general methods of materials acceptance aggregate sources storage of File Size: 1MB.

    Chapter Two: Erosion and Sediment Control Page Since, in general, the effects of water erosion are more severe than the effects of wind erosion on Nebraska construction projects this chapter primarily focuses on water erosion control measures and techniques to achieve desired on-site erosion and sediment Size: 3MB. Approved Products and Vendors. These documents outline extensive field testing by the Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) Sediment and Erosion Control Laboratory (SEC Lab) and provide the latest performance data for rolled and spray-on erosion control, sediment retention devices and re-vegetation products.


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Erosion Control During Highway Construction by C. E. Israelsen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Runoff is a problem during and after construction. Erosion and the sediment it causes can result in an unhealthy growing envi-ronment for vegetation, and can impact waterways in the area. Erosion can also result in additional maintenance and costly repairs.

The Importance of Erosion Control Heavy rains result in erosion during Size: 2MB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Erosion control during highway construction. Washington, D.C.: Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Get this from a library.

Erosion control during highway construction: manual on principles and practices. [C E Israelsen; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.; United States.

Federal Highway. To develop the erosion control MANUAL on which the project effort was centered, means had to be established for estimating the water and wind soil erosion potentials on highway construction sites and the effectiveness of various measures that might be considered for controlling the by: 1.

This manual focuses on techniques for predicting erosion potential on highway construction sites and for estimating the effectiveness of various erosion control measures. The manual describes many measures for control of both water and wind erosion and information that will aid in the selection of meaures to meet specific site requirements.

• the road construction industry with general information on the preparation of erosion and sediment control plans, and the management of bridge and culvert construction • construction personnel working within the road construction field with an additional training tool on Erosion and Sediment Control.

To assess the efficacy of control on sedimentation and erosion during highway construction, the impact on water quality in adjacent wetlands was monitored. Water quality measures used were turbidity, suspended solids, conductivity, alkalinity, hardness, pH, organic carbon, dissolved oxygen, nitrate and phosphate.

When construction starts, site inspections shall be conducted by the qualified inspector at least every 7 cal- endar days. The Operator shall maintain a record of all inspection reports in this site logbook.

The site log- book shall be maintained on site and be made available to File Size: 30KB. Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Materials Manual. Materials Testing and Inspection Certification Program Manual (Field) Highway Needs and Project Analysis Report (Needs Book) - Interactive Map.

Pavement Preservation Guidelines. QC/QA Asphalt Concrete Training Manual. QC/QA Re-certification Materials. SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS AND BRIDGES ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY PROJECTS FP U.S. Department of Transportation. Federal Highway Administration.

Federal Lands Highway. Standard Specifications for Construction of Roads and Bridges on Federal Highway Projects. FP UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT — ROLLED EROSION CONTROL. Environmental guide for erosion and sediment control during construction of highway projects 'Part of the Environmental standards and practices'--p.

[2]. Includes bibliographical references. Subject(s): Soil conservation - Ontario, Sediment control - Ontario, Roads - Design and construction - Environmental aspects - Ontario.

control during the construction of provincial highway projects. Purpose. This document provides the procedures and technical practices for developing and documenting effective Erosion and Sediment Control (ESC) through a variety of delivery Size: 93KB.

control erosion and runoff during and beyond the construction period. The prevention of sediment damages can be accomplished by either, or both of, two methods: 1. Stabilizing sediment source areas by applying conservation erosion control measures.

Trapping sediment before it leaves the construction area (sediment control) Erosion control is File Size: 40KB.

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROADS AND BRIDGES Connecting South Dakota and the Nation SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONFile Size: 3MB. construction, and aggregate surfacing division lighting, signs, and traffic control division bituminous pavement division portland cement concrete pavements division bridges, culverts, and related construction division roadside development and erosion control division incidental construction.

Construction Program Guide Erosion and Sediment Control. It is the policy of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) that all highways funded in whole or in part under ti United States Code, shall be located, designed, constructed and operated according to standards that will minimize erosion and sediment damage to the highway and adjacent properties and abate pollution of surface and.

Erosion Control for Slopes & Embankment Erosion Control. Slope & Highway Embankment Erosion control is important in terms of road safety. The two categories of slopes are ones occurring naturally and those that are man-made, which include landfills, open pit mining and road cuts to name but a few.

All stockpiles and building materials should be located behind the sediment controls. Stockpiles should be protected from run-on water by placing diversion banks up-slope and with sediment control structures placed immediately down-slope.

The County of Santa Cruz’s Erosion Control Ordinance (Section ) requires erosion and sediment control measures to be in place from October 15th to April 15th each year.

If erosion and sediment control measures are not in place during this timeframe. Erosion Control for Construction within the Protected Shoreland Erosion is the process by which soil is carried from an area by water or wind.

When water deposits eroded soil into a waterbody as sediment, it fills in that waterbody. It also contributes significant amounts of harmful nutrients to the water. prescribing the Standard Specifications for Road construction requirements for individual items of work (as defined in the book) on road and bridge construction projects awarded by the department.

The book provides detailed requirements on such subjects as: a. General Requirements and Covenants b. Earthwork, Landscaping, Erosion Control.J.

Road and rail construction K. Access tracks and trails L. Installation of services M. Erosion processes N. Glossary of terms X. Index (Books 1 to 3) Books 1 to 3 may be purchased through: ESC Technique Fact Sheets Fact sheets are grouped under: Drainage control measures Erosion control measures.Principles of Construction Erosion Control Prevention of urban erosion is best.

Here are some basic principles of erosion control on construction sites (adapted from Brady and Weil, ): 1. Divide the project into smaller phases clearing smaller areas of vegetation.

2. Schedule excavation during low-rainfall periods, when possible. Size: 45KB.