Aulick Engineering team members have almost 15 years of experience in performing erosion control calculations and preparing erosion control plans for construction projects. The National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits regulate stormwater runoff during construction and requires designing, installing, inspecting, and maintaining adequate Best Management Practices (BMP)s to minimize the potential for sediment to leave the site during construction. These permits are administered at the state level and have become a major part of project design. The Aulick Team brings expertise at designing erosion control plans with adequate BMPs for transportation and site projects in the Southeast. Aulick staff members have spent a significant amount of time in the field watching installation and inspecting these BMPs as well, which helps to develop a plan that not only minimizes the potential for sediment to leave the site, but also is practical to construct and maintain.

Erosion Control Design Project Experience

  • Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport – Runway 31 600ft Safety Area Extension – Erosion Control Design – Paulding County, Georgia
  • Tifton Municipal Airport – Runway 15 Improvements – Erosion Control Design – Tifton, Georgia
  • Windsor Parkway @ Roswell Road – Intersection Improvements – Erosion Control Design – Sandy Springs, Georgia
  • Northwest Corridor Project – Erosion Control Review Services – GDOT
  • Ridgeland Airport New Runway – Sediment and Erosion Control Design – Jasper County, South Carolina
  • 05-23 Rehabilitation & Airfield Improvments Project, Grand Strand Airport, North Myrtle Beach, Souh Carolina
  • Construct Parallel Taxiway Including New Terminal Area Apron –Phase 1 – Stormwater and Erosion Control Inspection – Swanson Field (AJR), Cornelia, GA
  • Commercial Apron Expansion – Valdosta Regional Airport (VLD), Valdosta, GA
  • DeKalb Peachtree Airport – Runway #21L EMAS Project – Erosion Control Design – Chamblee, Georgia