Designed for engineers seeking improvements in stormwater control and important regulations for land use development projects, this course offers a clear understanding of low impact design concepts and techniques, aiming to provide a comprehensive overview and practical insights into using these techniques to manage stormwater runoff and improve downstream water quality.
Geared towards engineers participating in land use development projects with stormwater control needs, this course covers the fundamental principles encompassed within low impact design. It offers detailed insights into various techniques employed in this approach.
The overarching aim of this continuing education course is to help students develop a detailed knowledge base on low impact design. It presents in-depth explanations of numerous techniques, accompanied by design illustrations that demonstrate their effective implementation in managing stormwater runoff and elevating downstream water quality.
Author: David E. Fantina, PE
Course Number: 189
Course Hours: 4 PDH