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Rocky J. Keehn,
Joseph D. Foley
Building a Hydrologic and Hydraulic Foundation
Hydrology 101 – the cornerstone of all stormwater designs
• Rainfall, losses and runoff
Hydraulics 101 – understanding basic equations and concepts for better designs
• Flow conveyance, detention, retention, weirs, orifices, and culverts
H&H Modeling 101 – tools you use or should know about
• Rational method
• Computer models
Water Quality Design Foundation
Why we do what we do from Nationwide Urban Runoff Program (NURP)
to Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
The science behind successful BMPs
• Which storm to use?
• Stokes Law verses Hazen’s Surface Load Theory
• Water quality capture volume (WQCV)
Stormwater Management from a Watershed Perspective
Introduction of the unified sizing criteria – Iowa Stormwater Management Manual
The 2-year, 10-year, 100-year rate control, conversion of a watershed
Incorporating over all watershed concepts to improve your project
Is peak and volume control on each site good or maybe not so good
Impact of your projects/site conditions outside your project
Case studies – two Nebraska residential developments with lots of outside flow
from adjacent watersheds
Stormwater Management for Large, Possibly Multi-Use Projects
Incorporating low impact development in the design process
Detention/retention where do I build?
Regional stormwater management verses multiple smaller stormwater components.
Using natural concepts such as rivers with floodplains in the design process
Creating habitat diversity with better engineering design
Case studies – Spring Lake Park in Omaha Nebraska as well as other examples in
Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota
Stormwater Management for Larger Single Use Sites
Conversion from pervious to impervious – mitigation
Pre-construction verses post construction rate and volume control challenges
Special BMP’s such as vegetated roofs and porous pavement
Aesthetic verses back of the building BMPs
Case studies – Various project sites in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota will be
used as examples of the good, the bad and the ugly
Stormwater Management for the Smaller Single Use Sites
Small development challenges
Residential neighborhoods as part of a MS4 education program
Case studies – various examples project will be highlighted
Stormwater Management for the Linear Project
Challenges of working within urban rights-of-way
Linear highway projects
Vegetation selection may be the key design component
Case studies – various example project will be highlighted
Challenges of Permitting Projects in the Midwest – are we that much different?
Local environmental permits
Working in a floodplain
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7.0 HSW CE Hours
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7.0 HSW CE Hours
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.7 CEUs (Sitework)
Continuing Education Credit Information
This webinar offers 7.0 PDHs to professional engineers and 7.0 HSW continuing
education hours to landscape architects and architects in most states, including
Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. Educators and courses are not subject to preapproval
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Joseph D. Foley
Joseph D. Foley FoleyShald Engineering, LLC
Mr. Foley is a senior project manager and civil engineer with experience on stormwater management, land development, transportation, environmental compliance and water resource projects. His experience includes design, construction management and project management of private land development projects, municipal transportation projects, stream stabilization, green infrastructure, permitting and compliance and infrastructure projects. Management and technical responsibilities included plans and specifications preparation, bidding services, construction oversight, environmental compliance and reporting. He has worked in several states and jurisdictions with client types that include private, municipal and state governments.
Rocky J. Keehn, PE, D.WRE, CFM
Mr. Keehn has over 35 years of experience in the field of stormwater planning and design. Projects have included storm sewer design; detention ponding for rate control; retention ponds for water quality improvements; wetland construction; underground and above ground BMPs including rain gardens, first flush diversion structures, and special outlet structures; and retrofit of existing sites for stormwater improvements. He holds the certification of diplomate water resource engineer (D.WRE) from the American Academy of Water Resource Engineers, and is a registered engineer in the states of South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Mr. Keehn is a registered hydrologist in Wisconsin, a certified floodplain manager (CFM), and a Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) erosion and sediment control certified inspector.
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Course Title: Stormwater Management in the Midwest 2021
Delivery Method: Live Online
Course Description: This seven-hour lecture presentation examines stormwater management processes, procedures and permitting requirements unique to Midwestern states. Learners will explore basic hydrological and water quality design concepts, consider stormwater management from a watershed perspective, and evaluate design case studies for large sites, small sites and linear highway projects.
Learning Objective 1:
Learners will be able to reference and discuss basic hydrological concepts that are fundamental to all stormwater designs. They will also be able to identify equations and computer models that can be used to produce designs that more effectively manage stormwater runoff.
Learning Objective 2:
Learners will be able to consider stormwater management from a watershed perspective, and explain how to use watershed management concepts to improve the project.
Learning Objective 3:
Learners will be able to assist in stormwater management planning on projects of various scopes and sizes, including large multi-use sites, large and small single-use sites, and highway projects.
Learning Objective 4:
Learners will be able to acquire strategies to meet and exceed environmental permitting requirements on projects in the Midwest.
LUs: 7.0 LU Type: LU|HSWs.
Prerequisites: An awareness of the environmental concerns of stormwater runoff
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Course Expiration Date: 07/06/2024
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