When? Thursday, 12 June 2014, 12:00 pm EDT - 1:30 pm EDT
Cost: FREE

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Marcus Quigley, Geosyntec Consultants
Laurel Williamson &  Dave Hirschman, Center for Watershed Protection, Inc.
Cecilia Lane, Chesapeake Stormwater Network

View Archived Webcast & Resources

The Advanced Stormwater Design webcast series is for the fairly advanced designer or plan reviewer and the intent is to go above and beyond teaching basic stormwater design and rather, include the latest and greatest versions of the specs as they have evolved over time while presenting some tips and tricks from expert practitioners in the field for ensuring project success.


The webcast will include an overview of the key elements of design including feasibility, design features and variations, material specs and tips for designing the practice to reduce the maintenance burden. We will also include a simple design example, some unique design innovations for dealing with tough sites, identify the critical steps in construction inspection and highlight some of the key design differences in the Bay states.

Webcast Archive

Listen to Archived Webcast

Slides from the webcast here: 

Advanced Stormwater Design Webcast: Rainwater Harvesting

Slides from the Advanced Stormwater Design Webcast on Rainwater Harvesting from June 12, 2014

Version june 12, 2014 | Size (10 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Webcast Resources

The following resources are referenced during the webcast:

Design Specification No 6: Rainwater Harvesting

Virginia's stormwater design specification on rainwater harvesting.

Version 2.2 | Size (2 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Virginia Cistern Design Spreadsheet

Spreadsheet used for calculating size of a cistern, taking into consideration impervious runoff, indoor demands, irrigation and other uses. Last updated 12 June 2013.

Version 2.2 | Size (25 MB) | File type (.xlsx) | Download

Virginia Rainwater Harvesting Manual

A comprehensive guide to examining, designing and maintaining rainwater harvesting systems to abate stormwater runoff. Compiled by The Cabell Brand Center (2009).

Version 2 | Size (2 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Tiered Risk Assessment Management: Water Quality End Use Standards

Appendix M of the 2013 District of Columbia Stormwater Management Guidebook.

Size (580 KB) | File type (.pdf) | Download



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