Stormwater Management System Objectives and Sustainable Best Practices
Thursday, April 30, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
Complying with stormwater regulations
Mile High Flood District (formerly Urban Drainage & Flood Control District)
Preparing stormwater pollution prevention plans
• Federal, state, and municipal goals
Naturalizing detention basins
Small detention areas vs. large detention area
Retrofitting existing systems and basins
Traditional Storage Design Considerations
Thursday, April 30, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM CDT
• Sizing, water quality capture volume (WQCV) and excess urban runoff volume (EURV)
full-spectrum detention, stormwater routing, sediment handling, outlet design
• Runoff attenuation, stormwater routing, sediment, soils and vegetation
Interactive design example
Traditional versus Underground System Design
Friday, May 1, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT
• Site constraints
• Watershed and terrain considerations
• Stormwater quantity and quality
• Community and environmental factors
What is acceptable in Front Range Colorado?
• Mile High Flood District
• Local jurisdictions
Underground Storage Design Considerations
Friday, May 1, 2020, 12:30 – 2:00 PM CDT
Available products and materials
Applications of different products/materials
Full spectrum capability
Stone as storage
Manufacturer versus design engineer responsibility
Structural considerations (loading, cover, adjacent infrastructure)
Sound engineering judgement
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Deborah A. Fisher P.E. CFM. CPESC
Owner, Senior Water Resources Engineer at Water Engineering Solutions LLC
Ms. Fisher has over 30 years of experience in hydrology and hydraulics, having designed hundreds of drainage and water quality treatment facilities all along the front range of Colorado. She has also authored hundreds of drainage studies and is well versed in low impact development, groundwater investigation, and emergency flood mitigation. She was the continuing education director for Martin/Martin for over ten years, and she conducted several hundred classes for the civil department. Ms. Fisher’s current passion is helping people and solving water problems, particularly related to floodplains, and understanding water migration and control, both on the surface and underground. She has evaluated hundreds of sites and performed water issue evaluations of floodplains and for conditions such as standing water, wet basements, excessive sump pump discharges, and multiple other drainage issues.
Eliot WongAdvanced Water Resources Engineering, LLC (AWARE)
Owner and Principal of Advanced Water Resources Engineering, LLC (AWARE)
Mr. Wong is the owner and principal engineer of Advanced Water Resources Engineering, LLC (AWARE), a water resources engineering firm that provides consultation relative to stormwater design and management, drainage, flood control, floodplain management, H&H, and permitting, as well as expert testimony on drainage and flooding litigation matters. Mr. Wong is a licensed professional engineer in Colorado with 15 years of consulting experience, and he has worked on stormwater projects in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota, Texas, Illinois, and New York, as well as in Peru. He has worked on nearly 40 litigation matters, of which many had a major component relative to stormwater runoff. Mr. Wong was a lead instructor for CDOT’s Transportation and Erosion Control Supervisor Certification program and frequently presents the topic of underground storage and treatment, including as the annual guest lecturer at UWRI’s 2-day detention design class. Mr. Wong enjoys spending time with his 12-month old son, the newest addition to his family.