The last date to register for this course is June 1, 2023.
This course will not have live instructor facilitation, but will be monitored by ASCE staff only until September 7, 2023.
If you are not currently logged into ASCE, you will be asked to log in or create an ASCE account.
Sponsored by the Environmental & Water Resources Institute
2.4 CEUs / 24 PDHs
Member $1045 | Non-member $1345
Daniel E. Medina, Ph.D., P.E., D.WRE, M.ASCE
Robert Roseen, Ph.D., D.WRE, P.E., M.ASCE
Purpose & background
Low Impact Development (LID), is a well-established approach now integral to numerous land development guidelines and regulations nationwide. This course will cover the fundamental principles of LID, the critical importance of water-centric site planning, and the nature-based engineered devices used and unit process in them that control runoff quantity and quality. The course will emphasize LID as a holistic approach that includes conventional stormwater management.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Explain LID principles and how LID controls operate.
- Determine if a site design development plan is water-centric using LID concepts.
- Engage in exchanges with designers and stakeholders on high-level principles surrounding a site’s layout.
- Explain the fundamental principles of LID and recognize the paramount role of water-centric site planning to minimize the impact of impervious surfaces on receiving waters.
- Identify LID stormwater devices, describe their basic configurations, identify the unit processes that control water quantity and water quality, and understand their applicability.
- Determine operation and maintenance issues for LID controls.
- Describe the relationship between LID and conventional stormwater management and recognize that LID is a comprehensive approach that includes traditional stormwater management.
Who should attend?
- Civil engineers
- Landscape architects/designers
- Environmental scientists
- Members of environmental organizations
- Public officials