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Presented by: Paul A. DeBarry, P.E., P.H. D.WRE, GISP
Date: August 19, 2015
Time: 12:00 PM
CE Credits: 1 PDH
Description: This webinar will provide an overview of what low impact development(LID) is, its advantages to conventional design, review local site investigations required and open space design, will discuss design criteria and LID hydrology, and provide working examples of various types of LID and best management practices (BMPs) and where they are applicable.
Presenter: Paul DeBarry, P.E., P.H. D.WRE, GISP is Technical Director of Geospatial Data Services and Watershed Management at NTM Engineering. and 30 years of experience in land development design, stormwater management, best management practices (BMP), Low Impact Development (LID) design, GIS, floodplain management, hydrology and hydraulics. Paul’s book, published by John Wiley & Sons entitled “Watersheds: Processes, Assessment and Management” incorporates conservation and low impact design concepts for stormwater and sustainable watershed management. He taught “Land Development Design” and helped teach “Computational Methods in Stormwater Management” short course at Penn State. He prepared and taught a course on “Regional Stormwater Management” and “LID” for ASCE. Paul has also presented many workshops on minimizing the impacts of stormwater runoff through smart land development practices; hydrology, hydraulics, modeling, and GIS.
DeBarry also helped develop the PennDOT Drainage Manual. Paul also served on the Pennsylvania DEP Stormwater BMP Manual technical oversight committee and helped with educational workshops on manual implementation.