October 2018

Introduction to Stormwater Management and Modelling

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Status: Advanced registration for this session is now closed. A limited number of on-site registrations will be accepted at the door.
Date: Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM–8:30 AM: Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM–5:00 PM: Introduction To Stormwater Management and Modelling
Location: Executive Suites and Hotel (Pavilion Room), 4201 Lougheed Highway Burnaby, BC
Presenter: Jim Dumont, P.Eng.
Water Infrastructure Engineer
Credit: 14 Formal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Cost: Early Bird Price Engineers and Geoscientists BC Member: Introduction To Stormwater Management and Modelling: $749.00 + GST = $786.45 until Sept 18, 2018

Engineers and Geoscientists BC Member and EIT/GIT Regular Price: Introduction To Stormwater Management and Modelling: $849.00 + GST = $891.45

Non-Member Price: Introduction To Stormwater Management and Modelling: $849.00 + GST = $891.45

Student Member Price: Introduction To Stormwater Management and Modelling: $424.50 + GST = $445.73
Please Note: *A minimum number of registrations are needed by September 18, 2018 to proceed with this seminar. Please register early to avoid cancellation.
**All prices are subject to applicable taxes.
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Note: Participants are required to bring a laptop computer to the seminar.
This intensive, workshop-oriented, 2-day seminar will prepare the engineer and water resource professional to use the US EPA - SWMM computer program for modelling of urban drainage systems. Led by an expert with practical experience in hydrologic and hydraulic modelling, participants will learn how to approach stormwater management and to construct compute models used in assessing drainage systems, and to effectively view and analyze results.

The seminar includes lectures basic concepts and theory of hydrology and hydraulics necessary to successfully utilize the advanced features of SWMM.

The workshop will focus on giving students hands-on experience with building models and in validating the results.

EPA's Stormwater Management Model (SWMM) is used for single event or long-term simulations of water runoff quantity and quality in primarily urban areas—although there are also many applications that can be used for drainage systems in non-urban areas. It is used throughout the world for planning, analysis, and design-related to stormwater runoff, combined and sanitary sewers, and other drainage systems.

SWMM is user friendly, computationally efficient, and runs within, and fully supports the Microsoft Windows environment. It uses a graphical user interface (GUI) for data entry, graphics, and display of calculated results. Complete context-sensitive help screens are available for every program feature and option. Software includes the following functions: file management, data entry and editing, hydrologic and hydraulic analyses, tabulation and graphical displays of input and output data, reporting facilities, and online help.

Seminar Objectives

Urban stormwater management and the planning and design processes are becoming increasingly complex. Computer models are replacing the once common practices. This seminar will provide the foundation information necessary to complete computer model analysis of existing and future drainage systems.

The first day of the course will provide the participant with an understanding of the information required to complete a computer assessment of stormwater management infrastructure. The second day of the course includes a hands-on demonstration of the operation of the SWMM software to provide estimates of infrastructure sizing from simple conveyance systems to detention facilities.

After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • Consider technical issues in design related to stormwater management planning and design.
  • Utilize the SWMM computer software in your urban drainage design.
  • Employ design methodologies learned in the course on your next stormwater management and drainage project.


This introductory seminar will build upon the participant’s knowledge of the ‘Rational’ Method which is commonly used in drainage design. Sample calculations and the application of SWMM will require the participant to bring a laptop computer with Excel and SWMM installed. The installation and user documentation for SWMM can be downloaded from the EPA website: www.epa.gov/water-research/storm-water-management-model-swmm.


Mr. Dumont's technical experience has been in the fields of civil engineering and water resources. His experience extends over 40 years in all phases of design and construction. Projects have included: municipal infrastructure, mitigation of urban impacts to the environment, hydrologic and hydraulic investigations, water quality assessment, land development, and construction.

Jim has been providing training seminars on stormwater management in BC for Engineers and Geoscientists BC since 2006 and for across Canada EPIC Technologies since 2010.

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