A Site History Project for The Texas A&M University System's RELLIS Campus

Sediment and Erosion Control

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s Sediment and Erosion Control Laboratory provides the transportation industry with a research and performance evaluation program for roadside environmental management. The program includes storm water quality improvement, erosion and sediment control, and vegetation establishment and management.

Jett McFalls manages the facility, located at the end of one of the old Bryan Air Force Base runways on the RELLIS Campus.

 

Jett McFalls is an assistant research scientist and has been with The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s Environment and Planning Program since 1990. He is a registered landscape architect with a bachelor of science in landscape architecture from Texas A&M University. He is the manager of the TTI Sediment and Erosion Control Laboratory (SEC Lab), an international research facility that conducts large-scale testing of Erosion and Sediment Control Devices for managing vegetation along U.S. roadways.