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Advanced LID Design: Bioretention Facilities Workshop

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Pearson Convention Center, Brampton (View Map)

$350.00 CAD

Using an example project site, participants will be guided through a bioretention design problem including:

  • Bioretention basics and terminology
  • Review of performance studies
  • Screening design options
  • Sizing for hydrologic and water quality objectives
  • Site planning and placement of bioretention areas
  • Site grading and drainage
  • Planting design
  • Material specifications
  • Detailed design options for inlets/pretreatment
  • Detailed design options for outlets/flow control
  • Construction planning and sequencing, with erosion and sediment control
  • Maintenance planning
  • Design documentation
  • Certification/Assumption protocols

The day will be a series of short presentations interspersed with problem solving periods when the participants will work in small teams to develop their designs. Participants are requested to bring a device capable of accessing the internet.

Contact: Julie McManus (CVC) at 905-670-1615 ext. 247 or julie.mcmanus@cvc.ca

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