Stormwater management is a key component of urban infrastructure design. If properly designed and constructed, porous pavements can help rainwater infiltrate soil, decrease urban heating, replenish groundwater, and reduce overall storm water runoff. Today, the construction of permeable pavement systems that can accommodate surface water runoff is gaining increased attention through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
Porous and permeable pavements performance is directly dependent upon proper design, construction, and maintenance. Join industry expert and chair of the ASCE T&DI Permeable Pavement Structural Design Committee, David Hein, P.Eng. for an advanced 4-part online and on-demand master class series starting June 21st exploring the ins-and-outs of porous and permeable pavement design, construction, maintenance, and performance through real-world applications and case studies. Earn a total of 0.4 continuing education units (CEU) / 4 professional development hours (PDH) in the following topics:
- June 21—Introduction to Permeable Pavements
- July 12—Design and Construction of Permeable Pavements
- August 9—Impact of Permeable Pavement Design and Construction on Performance
- September 6—Permeable Pavement Live Case Studies: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
Each month, enjoy a live, online presentation and interactive question and answer session presented and moderated by Hein, P.Eng. Miss a lecture? Live in a different time zone? In the field? Not a problem! All live sessions are recorded and available on-demand (including smartphones)
Discounted full series registration is available for a limited time! View information:
Instructor: David Hein, P.Eng.
David Hein is a principal pavement engineer and VP of transportation with Applied Research Associates and is the current chair of the new ASCE T&DI Permeable Pavement Structural Design Committee. Hein has been involved in the design and construction of pavements, ranging from parking areas to major highways and airport runways. Hein is the past chair of the World Road Association Pavements Committee, and has completed training courses for over 5,000 participants across North America.
About Forester University, a division of Forester Media Inc.
Forester University is the educational division of Forester Media Inc. (publisher of Stormwater, Grading & Excavation Contractor, Erosion Control, and Water Efficiency magazines), offering continuing education and professional development webinars, webcasts, and self-paced study for professionals. http://www.ForesterUniversity.net
Beth Tompkins, EMBA