This two-part workshop is being held June 29–30 (1:00–3:30 pm PT) and addresses what stormwater runoff is, why it is a concern, and how it can be managed on the construction site.

By the end of the training, you'll be able to :

  • Explain the effects of stormwater runoff
  • Describe typical construction site stormwater regulations and tell how they apply (or don’t apply) to a given project
  • Identify advantages, disadvantages, implementation tips, and inspection red flags for a variety of construction site stormwater best management practices
  • List key areas for construction site stormwater inspections

Introduction to Construction Site Stormwater Management is an elective course in the Road Scholar Program.

Who Should Attend

The course is intended for personnel who are responsible for implementing stormwater control measures on construction sites. This course can also help participants achieve the “qualified person or qualified personnel” designation required by the stormwater construction general permit to perform construction site stormwater inspections.


James Murphy is a Program Manager within the Nevada Department of Transportation. Since 2008, James has assisted with the development and implementation of NDOT’s Stormwater Management Program, including the Department’s Construction Site Best Management Practices (BMP) Program. James is experienced in BMP regulations and implementation for construction site stormwater compliance.  James graduated from the University of Nevada with a BS in Environmental and Natural Resource Science and an MS in Hydrologic Sciences, and is currently a Certified Professional in Municipal Stormwater Management.


Register here for the online June session. For more information, contact Jeremy Birkey