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Mr. Scott Southall, Ms. Denise O’Meara, and Mr. Chris Dent
Understanding Stormwater Permit Requirements and Procedures
Background and development of national and state regulations
and permit requirements
Activities exempt from construction general stormwater permit requirements
Complying with NPDES and Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet regulations
• Notice of intent requirements
• What the permit covers and does not cover
• Application process
• General requirements and standard conditions
• Stormwater management, dewatering and treatment
• Implementing, monitoring and assessing stormwater management plans
Understanding and Applying the Science of Stormwater
Hydrology, soil science and drainage
Identifying consequences of storm events
Runoff reduction, routing and storage
Infiltration and percolation
Choosing Appropriate Storm Water Best Management Practices (BMPs)
Stormwater management planning
Green infrastructure practices
• Preservation of natural features and conservation design
• Reducing impervious cover
Green management techniques
• Conservation of natural areas
• Riparian buffers and filter strips
• Vegetated swales
• Disconnected runoff
• Stream daylighting
• Rain gardens
• Green roofs
• Stormwater planters
• Rain barrels/cisterns
• Porous pavement
• Proprietary practices
Developing Stormwater Management Plans
Including required elements
Assessing building sites
Choosing best management practices (BMPs)
Planning for required inspection, maintenance and recordkeeping
Obtaining plan certification
Developing Plans for Inspection,
Monitoring, Maintenance and Recordkeeping
Understanding the science and terminology of stormwater management
Implementing monitoring plans
Reviewing stormwater BMP case studies
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7.0 HSW CE Hours
AIA (AIA credits only available for attending live webinar)
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7.0 HSW PDHs
International Code Council
.7 CEUs (Sitework)
7.0 ASFPM CECs
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This webinar offers 7.0 PDHs to professional engineers
and 7.0 HSW continuing education hours to architects in
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and North Carolina.
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Professional Engineer at SynTerra Corp
Mr. Dent, PE, has almost 20 years of engineering experience in both the public and private sectors. His experience includes almost 20 years of project management for a wide variety of projects consisting of stormwater, green infrastructure and low impact development, sanitary sewers, land development, infill and redevelopment, utility relocations, grading, transportation, and grant administration. Mr. Dent currently works for SynTerra Corporation, and he has also worked for other private firms. He has also worked in the public sector for the City of Lexington in their stormwater section
Denise O'Meara RLA. LEED. AP. ASLA
Landscape Architect at Earthcycle Design
Ms. O’Meara, RLA, LEED AP, ASLA, has extensive project experience in a variety of sectors, including general master planning, strategic planning, parks and recreational design for municipal and state government entities, K-12 and post-secondary educational institution and hospital master planning and site design, nature-based learning and play environments, and sustainable stormwater management. She brought the concept of sustainable building and site design through LEED accreditation early on to her firm. As a teacher and mentor, she has sought to give clients and up-and-coming designers a knowledge base and affinity for designing in a manner responsive to natural systems. Ms. O’Meara has a deep understanding that conservation of green space is a requirement for stormwater management, which is made possible through sustainable planning for livability within our population centers. She has written educational and informative articles and guides about the processes of land protection, and she has researched and put into practice those BMPs and conservation tools which benefit sustainability and resiliency.
Scott Southall RLA. LEED. AP BD+C. ASLA. AICP
Principal at Earthcycle Design
Mr. Southall, RLA, LEED AP BD+C, ASLA, AICP, is a principal with Earthcycle Design, LLC, a landscape architecture, urban planning and community resilience design firm, based in Lexington, Kentucky. He is a professional landscape architect in Kentucky and Ohio, a LEED accredited professional BD+C with the US Green Building Council (USGBC), and a certified planner with the American Planning Association. Mr. Southall has over 25 years of professional experience in planning, design and project management. He has applied his sustainability design experience on a multitude of projects ranging in magnitude and complexity including: urban and site design for institute and community facilities with an emphasis on education and public outreach pertaining to green infrastructure (GI), low impact development (LID) and sustainable sites. Mr. Southall has presented on an assortment of sustainable practices and topics at statewide, regional and national conferences. In 2008, he shared the State of Kentucky Governor’s Award for Environmental Leadership. In 2009, he received an Environmental Commission Award from Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government for his environmental outreach and sustainable design efforts in Lexington. Mr. Southall graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture. Currently, he serves as one of 12 Sustainable Champions for American Planning Association (APA), serves on the steering committee of Empower Lexington (a climate action plan to reduce CO2), and serves as treasurer for LFUCG’s Environmental Commission. In March 2017, Mr. Southall completed a three-day Climate Reality Leadership Corps training to become a Climate Reality Leader and served as Mentor in October, 2017. He is a past chapter president and Trustee of Kentucky ASLA, past Board of Directors member for Southeast Stormwater Association (SeSWA), and Market Leadership Advisory Board (MLAB) member for USGBC Kentucky. Mr. Southall is a member of American Society of Landscape Architects and the American Planning Association.
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Course Title: Kentucky Stormwater Management 2021
Delivery Method: Live Online
Course Description: This seven-hour live lecture presentation examines stormwater permit requirements and procedures, the science of stormwater, evaluating stormwater best management practices, developing stormwater pollution prevention plans, and the inspection, monitoring, maintenance and recordkeeping of stormwater management practices
Learning Objective 1:
Learners will be able to comply with National Pollution Discharge Elimination System requirements for obtaining stormwater permits for new construction.
Learning Objective 2:
Learners will be able to identify the consequences of storm events and use stormwater models to predict runoff and routing.
Learning Objective 3:
Learners will be able to choose stormwater best management practices, including conservation of natural areas, riparian buffers, vegetated swales, rain gardens, cisterns and porous pavement.
Learning Objective 4:
Learners will be able to describe the contents of stormwater pollution prevention plans, including best management practices and plans for required inspection, maintenance and record keeping.
LUs: 7.0 LU Type: LU|HSWs.
Prerequisites: Experience with site development and inspection and an awareness of stormwater runoff issues
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Course Expiration Date: 03/08/2024
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