Green Infrastructure
Green infrastructure means that we handle part of the development of our ecosystem, by incorporating the treatment of first flush pollutants, integrating runoff, containing and trapping polluted runoff through bioswales, wetlands, rain gardens, bioretention, and other best management practices. Vision Engineering presents a unique concept for achieving these goals in an efficient underground system.
Natural Channel Design Concept
Green infrastructure provides a way to conserve the natural environment and provide benefits to both people and wildlife. Green infrastructure can help naturally manage stormwater, reduce the risk of flooding, and improve both air and water quality. Green infrastructure means that we help restore wetlands, restore floodplains, or planting trees; all instead of building a costly water treatment plant.
This course was taken to provide the certification to perform EPSC Inspections for contractors on various project sites/types to ensure compliance with the KPDES Construction General Permit KYR10
KY Erosion Prevention & Sediment Control (KEPSC)
The Kentucky Erosion Prevention & Sediment Control (KEPSC) Program is designed to offer introductory knowledge as well as assist developers, contractors, and government agencies in complying with the Kentucky Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (KPDES) General Permit for Construction Course include the KEPSC Introductory Program, KEPSC Inspector Qualification Training & Testing, and KEPSC

--these courses were taken to provide the certifications needed to conduct inspector evaluations for MSD. To become familiar wit the requirements of MSD and the expectations of level of performance of the EPSC Inspections and provide a milestone to measure inspectors performance of inspections.
MDS-Contractor EPSC Training and Required Assesment
Designed for contractors, inspectors and utility company personnel who supervise construction. This class explains the EPSC measures that are to be installed on construction sites as well as the paperwork necessary to comply with the EPSC ordinance. Instruction also includes the EPSC process, maintenance & performance requirements, administration & enforcement and the education & training requirements.
MDS Qualified Post-Construction Inspector Program-QPCIP
Consistent with the requirements of the Kentucky Division of Water in KPDES MS4 permit KY000001, and supporting policy documents, MSD and the Lifelong Learning Program has partnered to provide MSD's upcoming Qualified Post-Construction Inspection Program (QPCIP) training for landowners and business professionals for the purpose of inspection and/or maintenance activities
Vision Engineering, LLC
128 East Reynolds Rd, Suite 150
Lexington, KY 40517
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