This full-day course is intended for Municipal Staff, Contractors, Consultants, but it is open for anyone involved in the design, construction and inspection of LID, whether it is in a large subdivision development or a small parking lot retrofit. Instructors take participants through each step of the LID construction process through to assumption/certification highlighting potential errors and explaining proper techniques. Participants also receive recommendations for specifications and tender contracts. Experienced instructors will present valuable lessons learned from examples in Ontario and similar cold climate regions. Learn more and register online.
Developed by Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority, Toronto and Region Conservation, and Credit Valley Conservation, the Low Impact Development (LID) Treatment Train Tool (TTT) is an exciting new open-source tool created to help developers, consultants, municipalities and landowners better understand, plan and implement sustainable stormwater practices. The tool can be used right from the conceptual-level planning stage of site development and retrofits for iterative design of LID placement and sizing. This webinar is intended for stormwater management practitioners, developers, LID designers, CA staff, water resources engineers, municipal staff, landscape architects and planners. Learn more and register online.
This course is one of the pre-TRIECA conference workshops. It will assist stormwater infrastructure asset managers, engineering and landscape design professionals and construction supervisors with designing and implementing inspection and maintenance plans for low impact development (LID) stormwater best management practices (BMPs). Download the course information. Register online.
This event is one of the pre-TRIECA conference workshops. Water management practitioners need to be familiar with the ‘ins and outs’of bioretention design including sizing and siting, inlet and outlet design, material specification, construction planning, as well as the associated lifecycle inspection and maintenance requirements that should be considered during the design process. Download the workshop information. Register online.
Hosted by Ryerson Urban Water, Ryerson University, this workshop aims to advance green infrastructure (GI) and low impact development (LID) by gathering interdisciplinary groups to collaborate and resolve obstacles to implementation. Learn more.