Stormwater Retrofits for Meeting MS4 Treatment Requirements-Hopkinton

Date: 8/15/2024 8:00 AM - 8/15/2024 12:00 PM

Location: MassDOT Research and Materials Lab
5 Macadam Rd.

Hopkinton, Massachusetts

Capacity:

22/35



Overview

wet pond

Description:

Retrofitting sites to incorporate additional stormwater treatment is becoming increasingly important for municipalities and other entities to protect water quality and meet stormwater regulations. Although there are several regulations requiring stormwater retrofits, this class will focus on the retrofit requirements in the Massachusetts Small MS4 General Permit. The class will provide attendees with an overview of the requirements and strategies for meeting them. Focuses will include how to choose the best site for retrofits, best practices for design, and tools to quantify the impact of retrofits in order to track progress towards water quality goals.
 
Learning objectives include: 
1.   Review MS4 Permit requirements for permittees discharging to impaired waters
2.  Understand how to:
·       choose the best site for a stormwater retrofit
·       reconsider prescriptive/traditional design criteria in the retrofit scenario
·       use EPA's BMP performance curves to select and quantify the impact of BMPs
3.  Highlight additional strategies for enhancing a stormwater retrofit program 
4.  Introduce the New England Stormwater Retrofit Manual, and learn how this manual can be used as a tool to support retrofits. (This manual was developed by the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Network in conjunction with University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center, VHB, and EPA Region 1.)
 
Target Audience:

Engineers, designers, stormwater program managers, public works directors, others responsible for MS4 compliance or operation and maintenance of stormwater infrastructure.

Accommodations for Disabilities: UMTC endeavors to provide an inclusive learning environment for all. If you require special services or arrangements to fully participate in this workshop, please contact Caitlin Rachmaciej at crachmaciej@umass.edu or 413-230-9517 at least 14 days prior to the event. Such services are provided free of charge.

Registration
Amount

$75.00
Register by 8/15/2024
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$35.00
Register by 8/15/2024
Public

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If you are having trouble registering, please email admin@umasstransportationcenter.org or call (413) 545-2604 for assistance.

Please be advised, cancellations must be received no later than 7 days prior to the event, or the registration fee will not be refunded.

 
Attendees
First Name Affiliation
James MassDOT
Emily MassDOT
Derek Town of Franklin
Nicole Town of Hopkinton
Edward City of Cambridge DPW
Meghan Town of Burlington DPW
Trevor Town of Chelmsford
Shawn City of Leominster
Matthew Old Colony Planning Council (OCPC)
Matthew Town of Easton
Paul Town of Uxbridge
James Town of Holden
Ashley City of Marlborough
Gage Town of Burlington DPW
Kate Town of Franklin
David Town of Sudbury DPW
Courtney Town of Chelmsford
Andrew Town of Shrewsbury
Jordan City of Worcester DPW & Parks
Robert Town of Holliston Highway Department
Beth Town of Amherst
Robert Town of Chelmsford
Instructors
  • Theresa McGovern
    at VHB (HQ)
    Theresa is the Director of Water Resources at VHB and has extensive environmental consulting experience with focus on watershed evaluation and planning, water quality modeling, TMDL compliance, hydrology and hydraulics, and stormwater management and design. Currently, her work is focused on assisting clients with addressing impacts to impaired waters and regulatory compliance, particularly in the areas of NPDES and the Clean Water Act and she recently co-authored the New England Stormwater Retrofit Manual. 
  • Eric Monkiewicz
    at VHB (HQ)
    Eric Monkiewicz is a Water Resource Project Manager with over 20 years in the field. He boasts a broad spectrum of stormwater management design experience spanning transportation and land development projects. Currently, he serves as the Design Leader for his team, guiding stormwater design development. Eric has extensive experience in leading the design of over a hundred stormwater BMPs under the MassDOT Impaired Waters Program. His expertise also extends to roadway design, utility infrastructure design and construction phase services.