Corps nationwide permits backlash

Barlas, Stephen
June 1997
Underground Construction;Jun97, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p6
Trade Publication
Reports about the revisions made by the Army Corps of Engineers on the nationwide permits (NWPs) about construction in or near wetlands. Hearings held regarding the reviews; Provisions of the NWP on the constructors in or near a wetland creating little damage; NWP12 as the most frequently used permit by pipeliner; Complaint of president-elect James R. Thomas Jr. of American Consulting Engineers Council on the NWP12.


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