Stream Crossing Restoration Techniques Workshop
Apr 13, 2015 09:00 AM
Apr 14, 2015 03:30 AM
|Where||Bangor Motor Inn, Bangor, ME|
|Contact Name||Steve Koenig|
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With spring in the air, it is time to think about mud season and beyond. The Maine SFI Implementation Committee and Project SHARE will be hosting a “Stream Crossing Restoration Techniques Workshop” on April 13 and 14, 2015 at the Bangor Motor Inn, Bangor, Maine. I have reached out to a number of Maine practitioners who will be sharing some of their knowledge and techniques. Please refer to the agenda for highlights.
This is intended to be an interactive, hands-on workshop sharing ideas, experience, and tools of the trade. On Monday, April 13, Mark Jordan, PE will be spending the entire day teachings some of us non-engineers how to determine hydraulic capacity of our design structures. The methodology is based on methods established by Federal Hiways. It does not however rise to the level of hydraulic modeling that requires the expertise of an engineer. On Tuesday, April 14, we will cover a number of topics and introduce project managers to several other tools that you may find useful. The intended principle audience is the project manager who might gain some specific information on how to do their job a little bit better. For those of you who are familiar with the “Stream Smart Program”, this workshop provides additional specific information for implementing those principles.
We are requesting a nominal fee of $35.00 for one day or $55.00 for both days to cover some of the cost associated with hosting the workshop. Lunch will be provided. Checks can be written out payable to Project SHARE and sent to 14 Boynton Street, Eastport, Maine. 04631. If you wish to pay by credit card, you can email me the card info or let me know that you would like to take care of it in person the day of the. Either way will be just fine.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning to attend.