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2015 NASECA-WI Annual Conference and Tradeshow

Overview of Event

February 5-6, 2015
Lussier Family Heritage Center, Madison, WI

Program Overview

NASECA-WI hosts the State’s largest event focused solely on erosion control and stormwater management. This two-day conference will be divided into an erosion & sediment control focus (day 1) and a stormwater focus (day 2) so you can attend one day or both to suit your interests.

Thursday, February 5 – Erosion Control Focus

USGS: Permeable Pavement
Bill Selbig – USGS

Soil Loss and Sediment Discharge Calculation Tool
Amy Minser, P.E. & Erik Henningsgard, P.E. – Wisconsin DNR

Yahara Pride
Jeff Endres – Endres Berryridge Farms

Building an Ethical Culture – An Ethical Life: A Practical Guide to Ethical Reasoning
Richard Kyte – Viterbo University

Milliken Concrete Cloth: New Construction Tool for Drainage and Erosion Control
Steve Neschleba – Milliken Infrastructure Solutions, Platinum Sponsor

StormTrap Stormwater Management Solutions
Matt Kamenick – StormTrap, Platinum Sponsor

Permeable Pavements – The Stormwater Solution
Michael Anderson – Unilock, Platinum Sponsor

Oak Creek Power Plant Bluff Collapse: Slope Failure
Pete Wood, P.E. – Wisconsin DNR

Coal Tar Sealcoats – A Stormwater Liability
David Liebl – University of Wisconsin – Extension

The Importance of Engineered Designs for Slope Stabilization on Critical Sites
Robert Race – Race Engineering Associates, LLC

Using Spatial Rainfall Distribution to Drive Hydraulic Models
John Reimer – Dane County Land and Water Resources

Friday, February 6 – Stormwater Focus

Agriculture NonPoint
Anna Fehling, P.E. – Montgomery Associates Resource Solutions

Water Law Drainage
Paul Kent – Stafford Rosenbaum LLP

Implementation of the New NOAA Precipitation – Frequency Atlas for Wisconsin
Michael Hahn, P.E., P.H. – SE WI Regional Planning Commission
Annette Humpal, P.E. – USDA – Natural Resources Conservation Service

Stormwater Facility Maintenance Costs and Insights
Greg Fries – City of Madison; Rick Eilertson, P.E. – City of Fitchburg; Dan Bekta, P.E. – Wisconsin DNR

Performance and Capacity of Compost Biofilters in Urban Runoff and Green Infrastructure Applications
Dr. Britt Faucette, Ph.D., CPESC – Filtrexx International

New Wetland Confirmation Program
Pam Biersach – Wisconsin DNR

Epic Renewable Energy and Stormwater Management
Nathan Lockwood, P.E. – D’Onofrio Kottke and Associates

MS4 TMDL Guidance
Eric Rortvedt, P.E. – Wisconsin DNR

Continuing Education

Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services has approved this program for 10 hours of continuing education credit for Commercial Building Inspector (CBI), Dwelling Contractor Qualifier (DCQ), Journeyman Plumber Restricted Service (PJRS), Master Plumber-Restricted Service (PMRS); UDC Construction Inspector (UCI), Utility Contractor (UC). These credentials are administered by Trades Credentialing Unit in the Division of Professional and Credential Processing. These credits could apply toward PE continuing education requirements. Course ID 12271 & 12272.

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