Our experienced staff can assist you with state, DOT, residential, and commercial projects.
As Georgia’s Best Erosion Control Contractor, we provide comprehensive job site services, including installation and maintenance of erosion and sediment controls. Our staff can also manage your NPDES inspection schedules and site reporting to help you maintain compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
We take a proactive approach to service which enables you to keep a rigorous construction schedule without distractions such as stop work orders or fines. Erosion Management Services is available to serve you seven days a week and can respond to most requests within 24 hours. EMS can handle your toughest erosion emergencies promptly.
Our office staff can execute certified payrolls for government projects and can assist with any other compliance paperwork required such as lien waivers, joint check agreements, notices to owner, e-verify, and can provide proof of random drug testing.
Many contractors and developers find that using a reputable erosion control company that uses quality products and installs per plan specifications will save your company a significant amount of money. The absence of, or poorly installed erosion control can result in heavy fines from government agencies.
Please contact our office for more information regarding the following:
-a business credit application
-W-9 and/or Certificates of Insurance
-a list of recent projects
-partial list of satisfied customers
-projects you would like us to bid
-job sites you would like our project managers to evaluate
-product and/or materials specification sheets
-workers compensation safety rating and OSHA reports
We had several erosion control problems on our development site. Within 24 hrs a EMS crew was at the site installing silt fencing, blowing straw and hydroseeding the entire job-site. They followed up in the following weeks and we have not had any additional erosion issues. Great Company and staff.
They did an excellent job! Very dependable. We called on a Wednesday. The next day they surveyed the area. By Saturday the erosion issue on the slope was solved!