Promoting Stormwater Continuing Education

Stay current with stormwater best practices and industry trends by joining us for the 2017 Stormwater Webcast Series presented by the Center for Watershed Protection (CWP).

Mark Land, P.E., CFM, Vice President of Snyder & Associates

 

“We believe in a lot of the things they’re [the CWP] doing on the east coast,” states Mark Land, P.E., CFM, Vice President of Snyder & Associates. “Their work is relevant to what we do here in the Midwest, and it’s important to know what’s going on in our industry.”

 

As members of the CWP, the Snyder & Associates water resources team is pleased to host the CWP webcasts as an opportunity to learn alongside clients and fellow industry professionals.

 

Adam Bullerman, P.E., ENV SP

“These are important topics that our clients are dealing with right now,” shares Adam Bullerman, P.E., ENV SP, Civil Engineer for Snyder & Associates. “They encourage us to think outside the box and create a forum for discussion. Not to mention, the mix of different topics means that there’s something of value for everyone.”

 

 


Dates & topics include:

October 18 – Bringing Better Site Design into the 21st Century

Learn about the recently revised Better Site Design Handbook published by the CWP, which reflects the latest in stormwater management technology and regulations including MS4 permits and case studies.

November 15, 2017 – Modeling for Water Quality

Learn about new tools for estimating pollutant loads, potential applications, and case studies that illustrate how modeling is useful in achieving goals.


Located in Ellicott City, Maryland, the Center for Watershed Protection has offered educational webcasts for stormwater and watershed professionals since 2009. The Center estimates that in just the past six years, over 20,000 professionals have participated in their webcasts. With a mission to protect, restore, and enhance our nation’s waterways, the CWP fosters viable solutions and partnerships for land and water management to provide communities with the natural resources needed to sustain diverse life.

Interested in attending? RSVP today by contacting Anne Leopold.

There is no charge to attend, we will provide lunch, and continuing education certificates are available for everyone who attends through the CWP.

All events will take place from 12 pm to 1:30 pm (CST).

For questions related to the webcasts or our stormwater management services, please contact Ivo Lopez, Ph.D., P.E., Senior Water Resources Engineer.