November 2017
We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We at KBJW are thankful for our families, colleagues and clients. Our recent merger has been a great accomplishment for our group this year and we look forward to serving you all in the years to come.
by Ronald Etter, Environmental Group Manager,
Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams

The permitting process can be complex and differs often by locality and project type. One of the key elements to obtaining a land disturbance permit is a SWPPP - but what does that mean for developers and construction teams? A SWPPP (pronounced "Swip", aka SW3P, or simply the stormwater plan) is exactly what it says it is: a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan aimed at protecting the surrounding area of harmful run-off during construction...READ MORE 

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The KBJW Team
Koontz-Bryant PC, 1703 N Parham Rd, Suite 100, Henrico, VA 23229
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