February 16, 2016

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Great Lakes Water Resources Team to Present at Conferences Across the Region

Geosyntec Water Resources staff will be busy traveling the Great Lakes region in the next few months, sharing their expertise and experience at several exciting state conferences.

Our practitioners will share case studies and lessons learned from recent and ongoing projects ranging from using green infrastructure to reduce localized flooding in a combined sewer system to the newest developments in water quality trading to exploring watershed models. We invite you to find out more about the conferences, read presentation abstracts, and check back in the near future for the presentations themselves in the information provided below.

Illinois Water Environment Association 37th Annual Conference

  • Matt Bardol: Green Infrastructure Use in Stormwater Management
  • Craig Clarkson: Application of Genetic Algorithm Optimization Techniques for Design Optimization of MS4 Infrastructure
  • Andrea Cline: Water Quality Trading Incentives
  • Andrea Cline: Des Plaines River Watershed Workgroup Update

For more information about Geosyntec participation, including presentation abstracts, visit the event page.

Illinois Association for Floodplain and Stormwater Management Annual Conference

  • Matt Bardol and Rishab Mahajan: Perfect Partners in Planning: MWRD of Greater Chicago & City of Chicago

For more information about Geosyntec participation, including the presentation abstract, visit the event page.

Joint Meeting of the Missouri Water Environment Association and the Missouri Section of the American Water Works

  • Matt Bardol: MWRD of Greater Chicago Phase II Pilot Study – Addressing City of Chicago Urban Flooding
  • Tom Wallace and Adrienne Nemura: Advances in Nutrient Trading in Missouri and the U.S.
  • Craig Clarkson: Application of Genetic Algorithm Optimization Techniques for Design Optimization of MS4 Infrastructure
  • Rishab Mahajan: Receiving Water Modeling for Evaluating Discharges of Lime Sludges from Drinking Water Treatment Plants
  • Adrienne Nemura: Users' Guide for Integrated Planning for Wastewater and Stromwater

For more information about Geosyntec participation, including presentation abstracts, visit the event page.