November 27, 2017

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Geosyntec at the Operation and Maintenance of Stormwater Control Measures Conference

Geosyntec professionals delivered technical presentations, moderated sessions, and served on the Technical Program Steering Committee during the ASCE/EWRI Operation and Maintenance of Stormwater Control Measures at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Downtown Denver Convention Center in Colorado on November 6-9, 2017.

Geosyntec's technical contributors were: Myles Gray, Senior Staff Engineer; Kevin Koryto, Senior Staff Engineer; Dan Pankani, Project Engineer; and Scott Struck, Ph.D., Principal.

The conference highlighted advances in operation and maintenance of gray and green stormwater control infrastructure, including design for maintenance, O&M training programs, new maintenance approaches, advances in municipal program management and implementation, life cycle cost analysis, and lessons from the field.

The Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI) is ASCE's technical source for environmental and water-related issues.

Geosyntec Participation

Technical Presentations
Title: Resilient Designs for Stormwater Infiltration: Acknowledging Uncertainty to Improve Whole Life Cycle Cost Effectiveness
Presenter: Myles Gray, Senior Staff Engineer

Title: "Designing for Longevity: How to Create a Successful Treatment Wetland Vegetation Establishment and Vector Control Plan"
Presenter: Kevin Koryto, Senior Staff Engineer

Title: (as part of a panel discussion) "Life Cycle Cost Analysis of Stormwater Infrastructure at the Community Scale: Overview and Recent Advances"
Presenter: Dan Pankani, Project Engineer

Moderated Sessions
Title: Operation & Maintenance Tools
Moderator: Dan Pankani, Project Engineer

Title: (Panel Discussion) Learning from the Past – How Inspection and Maintenance Programs Have Progressed or Adapted Over Time
Moderator: Scott Struck, Ph.D., Principal

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