LID CLASS: DESIGNING PARKING LOT BIOSWALES
Hosting Organization: Land Water Sustainability Forum
Instructor: Steve Albert
- WHAT: Designing Bioswales
- TIME: Aug 8th (3-5pm tentatively)
- WHERE: Houston TBD
- REGISTRATION: Free
- NOTE: Seats will be limited
- Benefits of Low Impact Development
- Designing a Parking Lot with a Bioswale
- Case Study: Precinct 4 Service Center
- The Design
- Software Used
Steve Albert, P.E., CFM
Vice President at Binkley & Barfield, Inc.
Serves as leader of the Public Infrastructure team who work hand in hand with our clients to create solutions to serve growing communities. The team provides a complete range of engineering services including planning, water and wastewater main, utilities, stormwater management systems, streetscapes, parks, trails, roadways, wastewater treatment plants, and sewer lift stations. The team works with key stakeholders to plan, design, and construct infrastructure projects that will meet the current and future needs of our communities. We support public engagement efforts by presenting at public and neighborhood meetings with exhibits, meeting with concerned citizens, and establishing public engagement project portals.
About the Land/Water Sustainability Forum:
The goal of the LWSF is to provide a centralized, accessible resource for important information and guidelines for effectively implementing Low Impact Development (LID), or Green Infrastructure, practices and policies across the United States. The LWSF is a collective of regional Chapters throughout the United States providing regionally focused information about LID projects, research and resources.
Date: August 8, 2018
Start time: 2:00pm
End time: 3:30pm
Venue: ABC Houston Office (4910 Dacoma St.)
Note: Seats will be limited
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