Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
Participants earn one Professional Development Hour.
The only sure way to eliminate storm water pollution is to eliminate storm water runoff. Detention systems are employed on a site to reduce the quantity of storm water runoff leaving a site by temporarily storing the runoff that exceeds a site’s allowable discharge rate and releasing it slowly over time. Infiltration systems are incorporated to reduce the volume of storm water runoff being discharged from a site. For the majority of these applications, corrugated metal pipe (CMP) is the “go-to” material for subsurface detention/infiltration.
In this webinar, Contech’s Detention Product Manager Gabe Weaver and Senior Storm Water Design Engineer Patrick Valentine share detention and infiltration system design best practices.
Topics will include:
- Why detention/infiltration applications are valuable to our environment
- How to optimize design and layout for cost efficiency
- Pretreatment options for CMP detention/infiltration systems
- Design red flags and common mistakes
- Case studes on unique CMP systems
- Online tools for designing CMP systems
Contech Engineered Solutions
No one knows post-construction storm water management like Contech. Regardless of your project’s objectives and constraints, Contech’s team of storm water design engineers, regulatory managers and local storm water consultants are here to provide expert advice and assistance.
If your goal is to eliminate or detain runoff, you can rely on Contech for a wide range of subsurface infiltration, detention and rainwater harvesting solutions. If treatment is needed, our landscape-based biofiltration or subsurface filtration designs can fit into virtually any site and can be tailored to address specific pollutants. The result is an efficient design process, the right product, more land space savings and faster permitting. The entire Contech storm water team welcomes the opportunity to work with you on your storm water projects.
Gabe Weaver - Detention Product Manager, Contech Engineered Solutions
Gabe has been the detention product manager for Contech Engineered Solutions since February 2014. Prior to Contech, he worked at Tensar North American Green where he held a multitude of positions. He was also director of engineering at Armortec, which was acquired by Contech. Gabe holds a degree in civil engineering from the University of Kentucky and he also has a Master’s in business administration from the University of Louisville. He has served on multiple industry committees such as ASTM. His professional experience ranges from new product development, commercialization, marketing and sales
Patrick Valentine – Senior Storm Water Design Engineer, Contech Engineered Solutions
Patrick graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil & environmental engineering. He has been a storm water design engineer for Contech since July 2013. His role at Contech requires him to design storm water solutions that address challenges including treatment for water quality, underground detention storage, subsurface infiltration and rainwater harvesting. He is responsible for providing engineering support to clients in Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan.