Revolutionizing Stormwater Resilience Design Standards!

This live webcast will take place on Thursday, July 25, 2024, from 1:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern. The webcast recording will be available within 24 hours after the webcast ends.

Highlights the imperative of adapting to climate change by re-imagining traditional approaches to stormwater management. Through an exploration of innovative strategies and technologies, the audience gains insights into mitigating the impact of extreme weather events on urban infrastructure. The presentation emphasizes lessons learned from real-world implementations, demonstrating the efficacy of integrating nature-based solutions, such as green infrastructure, to enhance resilience and sustainability. By embracing these advancements, communities can better prepare for future challenges and create more resilient environments for generations to come.


  • Daniel Medina, PHD, PE, City of Alexandria, Virginia
  • Rob Traver, Villanova University
  • Jeff Burkey, King County, WA, Department of Natural Resources and Parks 
  • Mike Tippin,  City of Virginia Beach Public Works
  • CJ Bodnar, City of Virginia Beach Pubic Works
  • Tom Jacobs, Mid-America Regional Council
  • Midori Patterson, PE, Autodesk, Inc. (moderator)
  • Fernando Pasquel, Arcadis, U.S., Inc. (moderator)


PDH Credits will be available for attendees following this event on this platform. Please look for further information to come.