August 24, 2016

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Geosyntec Employees to Present at the International LID Conference

Geosyntec Employees will be presenting at the International Low Impact Development Conference at the Holiday Inn Portland-By the Bay, in Portland, Maine on August 29-31, 2016.

The name of the conference is "Mainstreaming Green Infrastructure" and its focus will highlight the mainstreaming of green infrastructure (GI) and low impact development (LID) in municipal stormwater programming, as well as new and existing work and research in the United States and internationally.

The LID conference is organized by members of the ASCE-EWRI Urban Water Resources Research Council who are leaders in the development of LID and green infrastructure technology. The conference provides a national forum to present the latest developments, technologies, and case studies related to LID and green infrastructure technology.

Geosyntec Participation

  • Scott Struck (Colorado), Tapping into Community Parks for Green Infrastructure to Meet Long Term Control Plan and Water Quality Goals
  • Dan Bourdeau (New Hampshire), Use of a Nutrient Control Plan by the City of Rochester, New Hampshire to Develop a Long-term Plan to Reduce Nutrient Loads to Receiving Waters
  • Scott Struck (Colorado), Dan Pankani (Oregon), and Kristen Ekeren (Colorado), National Stormwater Calculator: Low Impact Development Stormwater Control Cost Estimation Programming & Future Enhancements
  • Kelly L. Havens (California), Aaron Poresky (Oregon), A New Method for Sizing Flow-based Treatment Systems to Meet Volume-based Standards
  • Kristen Ekeren (Colorado), Scott Struck (Colorado), Using Triple Bottom Line Analyses for Comparing Stormwater Management and Low Impact Development Project Alternatives
  • Andrea M. Braga (Massachusetts), Smart Water: Tracking Storms and Transforming the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • Austin Orr (California), Aaron Poresky (Oregon), Optimizing Biofiltration Media and Outlet Designs: Material Surveys, Test Columns, and Construction Specifications for Regional Biofiltration Facilities
  • Ashton Imlay (Massachusetts), Limitations of the Infiltration Approach to Stormwater Management in the Highway Environment: A Case Study of Infiltration Swales Installed in Coastal Massachusetts

More Information

For more information regarding the event, visit: Low Impact Development Conference

For more information on Low Impact Development, contact Andrea Braga at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Scott Struck at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.