Stormwater Design for Green Projects

Registration Eligibility
Open to all.
Start Date
11/11/2020
End Date
11/11/2020
Description
Our water bodies suffer from combined sewer overflow and our eco-systems are polluted and need repair. Design Professionals need to gain a full understand of these issues, so they can apply this knowledge to their ongoing project work. Green infrastructure is not just a “green” solution, but it is the approach required by the Dept. of Environmental Conservation in New York and many other states. The need to develop green infrastructure is a move that involves architects, civil engineers, landscape architects, planners, and others. Understand how enhanced stormwater management methodology can be used to develop green infrastructure on your upcoming projects. Several case studies will be explored.
Location
Plainview, NY
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
1. Describe water supply and demand and how they affect water conservation
2. Develop pervious pavement and rain gardens for your green projects
3. Identify the key components of water conservation programs
4. Compare the roles played by different disciplines in a green infrastructure project
5. Know the latest building practices and construction methods, enabling you to get your plan approved in shorter time
Instructors
Michael Rant, President, North Coast Civil
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Course Codes
Provider
DPC Continuing Education, Inc.


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