When performing sediment control, we take an aggressive approach for the best protection against damage.
When erosion occurs on a property, this natural occurrence can result in sediment. Sediment is a buildup of particles of soil that exist due to erosion and can get transported to places where they shouldn’t be. On a construction site, sediment is a concern because it can move into drainage systems, onto wetlands or other bodies of water, or onto other ground surfaces where it doesn’t belong. Construction companies are responsible for ensuring that their projects don’t lead to environmentally damaging sediment.
L&S Site Contractor partners with companies located throughout the state of North Carolina to provide sediment control solutions. We can implement devices that keep eroded soil on your construction site so that it doesn’t run off and cause pollution to nearby bodies of water or damage to drainage systems. Our technicians will start by performing a thorough assessment of the site to come up with a plan for sediment control. We will take all the factors of the property into account, including the sloping and grading and what’s nearby that could potentially be impacted by sediment.
When performing sediment control, we take an aggressive approach for the best protection against damage. We have a number of tools and options in our arsenal, and we’ll implement the best possible solutions based on the needs of the site. Some of our control solutions are meant to be temporary measures to be used during the construction process, while others can remain in place for storm water management. We’re a trusted contractor for a range of needs, including sediment and erosion control.