Learn about specific environmental regulations and practices to be used in proposal preparation and implementation. Click on the module title for a description and link to resources.
We are asking you to think innovatively with us about how to build an environmental team with the competencies needed to ensure that sustainability opportunities and environmental compliance activities are handled efficiently and effectively.
This module is designed to take you through the thinking process to ensure you have the right expertise on your team and you’re able to communicate those skills to Metro.
The GCP aims to improve air quality through the implementation of best practices during planning, construction, operations, and procurement activities.
Metro is changing and we are asking you to change with us. When you understand the requirements of GCP and how it is manifested in project specifications, you will be better positioned to design and plan successful projects.
Metro aims to minimize disruption to the daily life of our community as we build the next Los Angeles. We invite you to join us in reducing the negative effects of construction noise and vibration.
Metro’s Stormwater program aims to improve water quality through the implementation of best management practices during planning, construction, and operations activities.
While we work together, transforming Los Angeles into a more livable, sustainable city, we are just as careful about the process as we are about the outcome. We’re asking you to build infrastructure so that the construction process protects the health of our waterways.
Cultural resources are natural and created objects, typically more than 50 years old, that provide a window into our past. Our projects at Metro are responsible for the appropriate treatment of these items.
While we build the next Los Angeles, Metro believes in taking exceptional care of historical and cultural artifacts. We’re asking you to think innovatively with us about how to build new infrastructure while protecting and honoring our past.
At Metro, we build infrastructure to last, and in doing so, we think about what Los Angeles will be like in 20, 50 and 100 years from now.
We know Los Angeles is changing and as it does, we are thinking about how to provide continued service, no matter the circumstance. We are asking you to think differently with us about how to build infrastructure that is resilient to the most likely climate changes expected in our region.
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