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2019 Seminar

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Local governments in Florida are required to provide stormwater management systems. As part of MS4 permitting and the TMDL program, they must also ensure that adequate treatment of stormwater discharges are provided and that the stormwater management system is properly maintained. Best Management Practices (BMPs) such as wet detention ponds and retention ponds are common treatments. Increasingly, low-impact development/Green Infrastructure (LID/GI) practices such as pervious pavement and bioretention are being added to the growing collection of BMPs available to provide treatment. Regardless of the treatment type, every BMP is expected to function in perpetuity and this requires consideration during design, routine inspections, and an efficient maintenance program. This Seminar drew on the expertise of professionals from Florida who are responsible for stormwater BMP maintenance and provided insights on ways to improve approaches to stormwater maintenance.

Brett Cunningham, Managing Director/Senior Vice President
Jones Edmunds & Associates

Judy Grim, Director, Road & Bridge and Stormwater
Volusia County

Paul Miselis, Operations and Watershed Planning Section Manager
Pinellas County

Derrik Owens, Manager, Construction & Maintenance, Public Works
City of Pensacola

Anh Ton, Senior Engineer and Director, Highway and Bridge Maintenance Division
Broward County

Michael Whigham, Manager of Construction & Maintenance Division
City of Lakeland

Who Attended

Local, regional and state 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 received up to 6 PDHs (AM Sessions = 3 PDHs and PM Sessions = 3 PDHs)  and Florida Certified Floodplain Managers received up to 5.5 CECs. 

Hotel Information

The Seminar was held at the Hilton Tampa Downtown at 211 North Tampa Street, Tampa, FL 33602. 

Parking

If you stayed overnight at the Hilton Tampa Downtown – You received complimentary valet parking. 

If you did not stay overnight at the Hilton Tampa Downtown – You received the valet rate for parking at the Hilton of $16 plus tax for daily parking with in and out privileges. Self-parking was not available. 

Other Parking Option – The Fort Brooke Parking Garage is adjacent to the hotel and connects to the hotel via a sky bridge. The parking garage charged an hourly fee with no in and out privileges. The fee for 5 hours or more was $9.65.

Registration Fee

The Early Bird Rate of $169.00 (member) or $219.00 (non-member) was available until August 2, 2019.  Registration fee included a seminar notebook and lunch the day of the Seminar; all other meals were on your own.

Cancellation Policy

Refunds were provided (minus a $25 processing fee) for cancellations received in writing prior to August 23, 2019.  After August 23rd, FSA incurred the cost of your registration so there will be no refunds granted; however, substitutions were allowed up until the event date.

 

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