Sustainable Stormwater Solutions

Start Date
12/31/2017
End Date
12/31/2018
Description
Learn about Philadelphia’s green infrastructure program, the University of Virginia’s stormwater master-planning, rainwater harvesting at Brooklyn Bridge Park, cleansing the “first flush” and Yale University’s Kroon Hall, Boston’s first green street alley, and small-project applications in New Jersey.
Location
Boston, MA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. To introduce – and reinforce – the principles of sustainable site design and stormwater management.
2. To identify and understand progressive strategies that provide a “greener” or more sustainable approach to site design and stormwater management.
3. To demonstrate stormwater measures in a large-scale city-wide program, to a campus-wide application, at a large urban park, on a single building site, in a city alley, and for small infill projects.
4. To review case studies in which sustainable stormwater strategies have been developed and then implemented. The case studies will allow the attendee to develop a level of understanding of where and how various stormwater strategies can be implemented and how these strategies affect the site and building uses.
Instructors
Judith Nitsch and Nicole Holmes
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Course Codes
Provider
Nitsch Engineering, Inc.


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