Introduction to Low Impact Development and Bioretention System Design
Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDT
Conventional development concepts and storm water management philosophy
Adverse impacts associated with conventional development and storm water practices
What is LID?
What development and storm water issues can LID address?
How does LID address water quality and runoff volumes
Designing bioretention systems: What do you need to know and why is it important?
What site investigation is needed for the design of bioretention systems?
Designing bioretention systems
Construction and maintenance requirements for bioretention systems
Designing bioretention systems for storms greater than the water quality event
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2.0 HSW CE Hours
2.0 HSW LUs
Continuing Education Credit Information
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Steven D. Trinkaus
Principal at Trinkaus Engineering, LLC, in Southbury, CT
Mr. Trinkaus is an internationally-recognized expert in the field of low impact development (LID), having presented at many American Society of Civil Engineers/Environmental & Water Resource Institute (ASCE/EWRI) international conferences and many other regional conferences and workshops on LID and water quality issues. He was an invited speaker by the Water Resources Agency in Taichung, Taiwan, to present a 12-hour workshop on LID in December of 2011. He has been an invited presenter and consultant multiple times on storm water and LID in China and South Korea since 2013. He has designed LID retrofits in Zhenjiang, China. He was reviewed and edited LID reports by Pusan National University and Land & Housing Institute in South Korea. Mr. Trinkaus has written LID Design Manuals for the Towns of Tolland, Plainville, Harwinton, Morris, and East Granby, Connecticut. He has designed many types of LID treatment systems for a variety of residential and commercial applications. Mr. Trinkaus is primary author of the EWRI Filter Strip/Bioswales Task Committee. Mr. Trinkaus is a licensed professional engineer in Connecticut and Maryland. He received a bachelor of science degree in Forest Management in 1980 from the University of New Hampshire. Mr. Trinkaus has more than 39 years of experience in the land development field and more than 19 years of experience designing low impact development treatment systems and ten years writing LID regulations and design manuals.