The Seminar presented a comprehensive overview of the primary methods to maintain and improve stormwater Best Management Practices including Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure techniques. Case studies were also discussed. Specific subjects included:
• Pollutant Types and Sources • Pollutant Impacts and Removal Mechanisms • Cost-Benefit Analysis and BMP Selection • Inspection and Maintenance of BMPs • Monitoring and Optimization • Pollutant Loading Models and Removal Calculations • Green Infrastructure/LID Operation and Maintenance Considerations • Is it Time/Advantageous for Retrofitting?
Jim Hunt, PE, CFM, Deputy Public Works Director, City Engineer City of Orlando
John Minton, PE, CFM, Project Manager DRMP
Mark Flint, PE, President Watermark Engineering Group
Stormwater managers, policy-makers, administrators and regulators; civil and environmental engineers; landscape architects and consultants; environmentalists; and, interested citizens.
Continuing Education - Get Credit Where Credit's Due!
FSA is a designated continuing education provider (Provider #0003854) for the Florida Board of Professional Engineers. Professional Engineers receive 6 PDHs and Florida Certified Floodplain Managers were approved for 5.5 CECs. Certificates will be emailed to everyone that submitted paperwork onsite.
The Seminar was held at the Rosen Shingle Creek located at 9939 Universal Boulevard in Orlando, Florida 32819.
Self-parking was complimentary for overnight guests. Self-parking for FSA attendees not staying at the hotel was $16/day.
The registration fee included a seminar notebook and lunch the day of the Seminar, all other meals are on your own.
Refunds can be be provided (minus a $25 processing fee) for cancellations received in writing prior to August 28, 2015. There will be no refunds granted after August 28th; however, substitutions are allowed up until the event date.