20th Annual Conference & Trade Show
February 1-2, 2023
Ho-Chunk Hotel & Convention Center
Lower Dells Ballroom
S3214 County Road Bd
Baraboo, WI 53913
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Overview of Event
Each year, NASECA-WI hosts the state’s largest event focused solely on erosion control and stormwater management. NASECA-WI strives to offer topics that enhance attendees professional development including a mix of regulatory topics, best management practices, project reviews, and other industry information.
Topics and Presenters (subject to change)
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
- Horizontal Directional Drilling Standard (1072), Mike Hackel, Homburg Construction
- WisDOT Erosion Mat Discussion, Hans Hallanger, Wisconsin Department of Transportation
- Elroy-Sparta State Trail Repair: A Case Study, Bill Biesmann, KL Engineering
- WisDOT Product Updates, Christine Krall, Wisconsin Department of Transportation
- Funding Sources for Wisconsin Communities, Rocky Schneider, AE2S
- Linear Transmission Line Projects, Jay Settersten, SetterTech
- Preparing Wisconsin Waters for Climate Change, Katie Hein, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
- Lake Ripley Park Improvement Project, Clay Frazer, Native Range Ecological and Jay Settersten, SetterTech
- (Ethics) Are you GOOD, or LUCKY? Professional Liability & Preventing the Big, Bad, & Ugly, Allison Schneider, Holmes Murphy & Associates
Thursday, February 2, 2023
- Plastic Pipe Standard, Ed Lilla, Wisconsin Department of Transportation
- Meeting DNR & Dane County Infiltration Standard, Eric Rortvedt, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Theresa Nelson, Dane County Land & Water Resources
- Using Alum and Hydrogen Peroxide to Capture Phosphorus and Improve a Stormwater Pond’s Water Quality – A Low Tech Approach, Richard Wedepohl and Kevin Connors, Dane Co.
- Non-Permanent Pool Stormwater Basin, Dan Bekta, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
- Value-Added Solar: Maximizing Ecosystem Services through Strategic Siting and Low-Impact Construction, Joe Pallardy & Ethan Hau, Emmons & Olivier Resources, Inc.
- Green Roofs- Funding & Lessons Learned, Chris Schultz, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District
- Rooftop Stormwater Detention, Matt Draus, SemperGreen
- WisDOT TS4 Annual Report Requirements, Zach Topel & Luke Melotik, AECOM and Hans Hallanger, WisDOT
- Current Forest Health Issues for Erosion Control and Stormwater Management, Bill McNee, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
- Wisconsin DNR Urban Nonpoint Source & Storm Water Management Grant Programs, Molly Richardson and Joanna Griffin, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
- Using XPSWMM for Stormwater Management- Case Study, Phil Gaebler, City of Madison
- WinSLAMM v 10.5.0 Biofiltration Update, John Voorhees, AECOM
Thank You to Our Sponsors and Supporters
NASECA-WI has arranged a block of rooms to be held for our attendees at a rate of $99/night. To make a reservation, call 800.746.2486 and ask for the NASECA-WI – Attendees Block or provide group room block ID# 12393 or online. Reservations must be received by January 17.
The Annual Conference offers 12 CE for full conference registration, which may apply toward PE requirements, in addition to 1 credit hour of professional conduct and ethics. The continuing education offered may be submitted for credit toward Wisconsin’s Department of Safety & Professional Services credentials including: Commercial Building Inspector, Dwelling Contractor Qualifier, Journeyman Plumber Restricted Service, Master Plumber Restricted Service, Utility Contractor, and UDC Construction Inspector.
Become a Presenter
Call for Presentations
Deadline January 11, 2023
NASECA-WI invites you to submit an abstract for presentation at the 20th Annual Conference, “Advancements in Stormwater and Erosion Control,” which will take place in-person and virtually on February 1-2, 2023. We encourage submissions of non-promotional abstracts related to projects and research in the areas of stormwater management and erosion control.
Why should you submit an abstract for presentation at the NASECA-WI Annual Conference?
Your peers will appreciate learning about your unique project, solutions to the obstacles you encountered, and overall success of your project.
Presenting is a great way to boost your resume as both a professional and thought leader in the industry.
Showcasing the details of a successful project helps to gain positive exposure for your employer.
Receive a complimentary conference registration.
Guidelines for Presentations
- All presentations must be non-promotional in nature.
- Presentations will be 15 minutes each with an additional 5 minutes for question and answer.
Submit Your Abstract
Please provide the following information on a cover sheet when you submit your abstract by email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Author and co-author name (if applicable), affiliation, email address, and daytime phone
- Whether the abstract relates to the stormwater management or erosion control topic
- Presenter biography
- Presentation title
- Presentation abstract (no more than 1500 characters)