Denver Stormwater Conference

If you represent a company that is committed to, or curious about, stormwater permit compliance in the Rocky Mountain Region, you should take a couple minutes to check out the attached flyer and conference schedule below. About 200 people attend every year from the EPA, CDPHE, municipalities, contractors, consultants and BMP suppliers. The conference is very informative and provides a unique opportunity to network with folks in the stormwater industry in a very relaxed setting.

 

One doesn’t have to be an IECA Member to attend. If you are not a member you will just have to provide a basic profile for billing. The cost is very reasonable for a one-day conference and breakfast and lunch are provided. Click on the registration link below if you are interested.

 

IECA Event Registration: http://store.ieca.org/events/registration.aspx?event=CHMS1117

 

The links in the schedule below will lead to a more detailed outline of each session.   

 

2017 MSC Chapter IECA Winter Stormwater Conference

7:15 AM – Registration Opens

7:15 – 8:00 AM – Breakfast Buffet

8:00 – 9:15 AM – Opening Keynote Presentation | Room: Aspen/Blue Spruce

Connecting Particle Size Distribution with BMP Performance and Surface Water Quality – Erick McWayne

9:15 – 9:30 AM – Break & Networking with Exhibitors

9:30 – 10:15 AM – Concurrent Session Block One Room: Aspen/Blue Spruce | Federal EPA and State Enforcement Action Against the City of Colorado Springs – Richard Mulledy & Jess Besse

Room: Evergreen A | Environmental Aspects of Transportation Design and Construction – Basil Ryer

Room: Evergreen B | Natural Rivers, Urban Streams, and Working Waterways – Using Context to Inform Restoration – Andrew Earles & Natalie Phares

10:15 – 10:30 AM – Break & Networking with Exhibitors

10:30 – 11:15 AM – Concurrent Session Block Two

Room: Aspen/Blue Spruce | Lessons Learned from EPA’s Audit of Salt Lake County’s Stromwater Program – Dan Drumiler

Room: Evergreen A | Construction & Remediation Dewatering: Inspections, Compliance, DMRs – Maura McGovern & Andrea Beebout

Room: Evergreen B | Adventures in Construction Management: Stream Restoration – Mike Sarmento

11:15 – 11:45AM – Lunch & Networking with Exhibitors

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM – Keynote Presentation | Room: Aspen/Blue Spruce

Making Environmental Compliance Happen – Jennifer Hildebrand

12:45 – 1:00PM – Break & Networking with Exhibitors
1:00 – 1:45 PM – Concurrent Sessions Block Three

Room: Aspen/Blue Spruce | Aurora Construction-Erosion Control Program: SWMP/SWPPP Lessons Learned – Sue Hurd & Geoff Rabinowitz

Room: Evergreen A | Updates to EPA’s 2017 Construction General Permit and Common Stormwater Compliance Issues at Construction Projects – Amy Clark & Akash Johnson

Room: Evergreen B | Guidance During and After Construction to Ensure Successful Operation of Post-Construction BMPs – Tyler Dell

1:45 – 2:00PM – Break & Networking with Exhibitors

2:00 – 2:45 PM – Concurrent Sessions Block Four

Room: Aspen/Blue Spruce | Who’s job is it anyway? A Business Model Evaluation for Construction Compliance and Enforcement – Darren Mollendor 

Room: Evergreen A | Colorado’s Mine Impacted Streams Task Force – Skip Feeney

Room: Evergreen B | Establishing a Permanent Water Quality Maintenance Program – Rebecca Sturgeon

2:50 – 4:00 PM – Closing Remarks & Closing Keynote Presentation | Room: Aspen/Blue Spruce 

Learning from the Gold King Mine Incident and Future Challenges of Bulkheads in Acid Mine Drainage Remediation – Brik Zivkovich & Jane Clary