Environmental Compliance

Sustainability is playing a crucial role in our clients operations, and we pledge to conduct our business in a way that supports our client’s vision to respect the environment, maintain prudent decision-making and provide enduring value. Because our work affects our clients, their customers, communities and the environment, we continually look to enhance local economic vitality, preserve environmental resources and strengthen landowner relations on every project and in every region nationwide. We pledge to always act in the best interest of our clients and those affected by our projects.

Great Southwestern will comply with all applicable environmental policies, statutes and regulations and to conduct our operations in a manner which will control, minimize, and/or eliminate any damage to the environment and to protect the health and safety of our employees and communities.

Whether independently managing environmental programs or working with other project entities directly responsible for environmental management, we encourage our employees to exercise the highest environmental standards to protect people and the environment and comply with applicable environmental and workplace safety laws and regulations.

From early project planning through post-construction, Great Southwestern together with appropriate Owner representatives, contractors, subcontractors, governmental agencies, industry committees and authorities, will work to develop and maintain environmental standards and programs that meet all applicable project requirements and ensure environmentally safe work places and jobsites.

Great Southwestern has experience developing, managing and adhering to environmental compliance standards and requirements with respect to a wide range of impacted site conditions that include:

  • Hazardous Materials Management
  • Waste Management
  • Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
  • Dust Control
  • Land Preservation and Restoration
  • Environmentally Sensitive Areas
  • Landowner Relations
  • Responsible Sourcing of Materials
  • Reporting, Documentation and Recordkeeping