Event:

Introduction to On-site Stormwater Management

When:

Jun 05, 2014

Where:

Madren Center

230 Madren Center Dr.

Clemson, SC

Introduction to On-site Stormwater Management

June 5, 2014 – Canceled due to low registration.
Madren Center
230 Madren Center Dr.
Clemson, SC
Directions

Course Description:
This course will review the key concepts of stormwater runoff conveyance and how they translate to associated maintenance issues typically encountered in the field. Maintenance issues will include erosion, sediment accumulation, failing pipe and ditch systems. The course includes basic field work to familiarize attendees with how to use a rod and level to verify slope and assist with problem solving.

Course Instructor:
Christopher J. Estes is president of Estes Design, Inc., an environmental design and consulting company that specializes in stormwater, stormwater quality, and environmental regulation.

Before starting his company in 2001, Mr. Estes worked for the City of Charlotte Engineering Department’s Storm Water Division where he spent 9 years inspecting, designing and constructing the city’s aging stormwater infrastructure.

Mr. Estes served as a training resource for North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, the U.S. Natural Resource Conservation Service and local municipalities on streams & sustainable storm water techniques. Mr. Estes, being an avid proponent of research, initiated five collaborative urban storm water research projects with University of North Carolina Charlotte, including Charlotte’s first pervious concrete BMP in 2003. At Estes Design, Mr. Estes continues to collaborate on projects with Universities in the southeast including North Carolina, South Carolina and Kentucky. Mr. Estes also maintains collaborative relationships in Denmark and England.

Schedule:
Class registration is from 8:00-8:30. The class will begin at 8:30. Lunch will be provided. We should adjourn around 4:00pm.

Topics Covered:
-Water
-Runoff Concepts
-Runoff Estimation
-Moving the Water
-Water Quality
-Analyzing Problems in the Field
-Field Work

Agenda:
Click here for a detailed agenda.

Course Fee:
The registration fee for the workshop is $150.00 per person. All South Carolina city, county, or state employees receive a LTAP scholarship registration fee of $60.00. The fee includes course materials, break refreshments, and the noon luncheon.

Advance registration is encouraged so that an accurate estimate of the number of workshop participants can be obtained. This class is limited to 25 participants. Workshops with low advance registration will be subject to cancellation.

Registration Closed