The BMPs contained on this site are taken from HDOT Highways Construction Best Management Practices Field Manual (2008) and the California Stormwater Quality Association California Stormwater BMP Handbook (2003) and are intended to be a tool for the design of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP).
All files are available in Adobe PDF format and will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view. Download by section below.
|Check Dams||247 kb|
|Concrete Curing||385 kb|
|Concrete Waste||145 kb|
|Construction Road Stabilization||76 kb|
|Contaminated Soil||167 kb|
|Controlling Storm Water Flowing Onto and Through the Project||357 kb|
|Storm Drain Inlet Protection||921 kb|
|Level Spreader||230 kb|
|Paving Operations||68 kb|
|Perimeter Control and Sediment Barriers||1286 kb|
|Post-Construction BMPs||643 kb|
|Sediment Trap and Sediment Basin||208 kb|
|Irrigation Water||631 kb|
|Site Management||608 kb|
|Slope Protection||847 kb|
|Soil Stabilization||453 kb|
|Stabilized Construction Entrance/Exit||212 kb|
|Structure Construction and Painting||166 kb|
Disclaimer: The information presented on this site was taken from available and most recent sources deemed to be representative of the Best Management Practice and designs for storm water runoff control measures. These materials have been prepared as a reference guideline, however, due to site specific conditions, the selection of the BMPs must be used in conjunction with best professional judgment and sound engineering principles to assure proper function and performance of the BMPs contained herein. HDOT Highways does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of these materials and will not assume any liability or responsibility for the use of, or for any damages resulting from the use of any information contained herein. The detail and the wording of material from this site will not necessarily result in compliance with the Standard Specifications. Application of any BMPs should comply with any requirements of the 2005 Hawaii Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction and subsequent changes.