This seminar is the third of a series that will cover the complex topic of stormwater management. The complete series includes:
Due to the complex nature of the topic, there will be limited review of material presented from one seminar to the others.
After attending this seminar, you will be able to consider technical issues related to stormwater management planning and design while balancing risks to people, property, and the environment.
There are no prerequisites other than an analytical mindset while previous exposure to the topic would be an asset. We recommend that participation in all three sessions will provide the greatest benefit to the participants.
- Overview of Stormwater Management
- Pond design criteria
- Catchment and site characteristics
- Overview of pond components
- Pond design
- Operation, inspection, and maintenance
- Example of a step-by-step pond design
The course will provide detailed information on the standards of practice and their limitations along with alternative state of the art methodologies that can lead to more accurate application of scientific principles by engineers.
Consulting engineers, water resource planners, engineers employed by local, provincial, or federal government agencies. The information presented will be valuable to those in a position to review and approve drainage plans and design submissions.
Water Infrastructure Specialist
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 (Educational Program Innovations Center) since 2010.