Upstream-Downstream: Optimizing Bioretention Function Through Research, Engineering, Design, and Maintenance - 1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
Date: April 20, 2021
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A successful bioretention system requires research, engineering, design, post-construction observation, and a routine maintenance plan. Speakers will discuss how research underpins design decisions and highlight engineering and design features that enable bio-retention function and optimize maintenance.
- Learn how simple changes in underdrainage can dramatically improve bioretention performance.
- Explore best horticultural practices and plant design decisions for reducing maintenance costs and increasing public acceptance, comparing maintenance costs of different plant plan approaches.
- Review case studies on what plant material and maintenance practices provide the most long-term healthy plants and decrease maintenance.
- Explore a variety of bioretention systems and tools that fit within urban, transitional, and park settings through case studies from North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh Union Station and Fitts Woolard Hall, NC State University.
$40 for full ASLA members; $30 for Associate ASLA members; free for Student ASLA members; $50 for non-members. Log in using your ASLA username and password for member discounts.
Eric Davis, ASLA, LEED, AP, Vice President & Principal, Surface 678
Donna Evans, LEED Green Associate, Program Manager II - BMP Inspection and Maintenance ESD Public, Montgomery County, MD-Department of Environmental Protection
William F. Hunt, PE, PhD, WNR Dist. Univ. Professor & Extension Specialist, NC State University
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