Rivers and Roads Tier 2A Workshop-Middleborough

Date: 11/13/2019 8:00 AM - 11/13/2019 3:00 PM

Location: Middleborough Town Hall
10 Nickerson St.

Middleborough, Massachusetts




Course Description
The goal of the Rivers & Roads Training Program is to advance an understanding of fluvial geomorphology across the transportation sector, to ultimately develop and implement projects that improve the resiliency of the Commonwealth’s transportation network.  Fluvial geomorphology allows us to understand river shape and process, to predict channel responses/changes over time, and to design culverts, bridges and roadways that are more resilient to severe precipitation events.  

MassDOT Highway Division has based this training program off of the successful Vermont Rivers & Roads program, and has developed Massachusetts specific content through partnership with Milone & MacBroom, MA Division of Ecological Restoration, MA Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, UMass Amherst, and MassDEP.

Target Audience
Anyone who manages, plans, designs or builds roadway infrastructure around rivers and roads.

** Prerequisite to Tier 2 **

Tier 1:  A two-hour online course that provides an overview of rivers and the fundamentals of fluvial geomorphology. 
Take the Tier 1 training at: https://www.umasstransportationcenter.org/umtc/Rivers-and-Roads.asp 

See the course flyer for more information.

First Name Affiliation
Bryan Independence Associates
Benjamin BETA Group, Inc.
Jacqueline HDR
Nathan Private Citizen
Phil BETA Group, Inc.
Neal Horsley Witten Group
Chris MassDEP
Angela McMahon Associates
Kristen Jacobs
Shawn Town of West Bridgewater
Rob Town of Plympton
Craig Town of Stoughton
Sid Town of Plymouth
Laurie Old Colony Planning Council (OCPC)
Chike City of Brockton
Christopher Town of Somerset
Marc Town of Stoughton
  • Heidi Davis
    Environmental Analyst at MA Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP)
  • Tim Dexter
    at MassDOT

    Tim Dexter, MS, Fish and Wildlife Supervisor for MassDOT Highway Division Environmental Services.

  • Christine Hatch
    Associate Extension Professor at University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass)
  • Jessica Louisos
    Water Resource Engineer at Milone & MacBroom


  • Douglas Osborne
    Water Resource Engineer at Milone & MacBroom


  • Roy Schiff
    Regional Manager, Water Resources at Milone & MacBroom


  • Noah Slovin
    at Milone & MacBroom