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ASCE-T&DI LOUISIANA CHAPTER
(Co-sponsored with
 
University of New Orleans, Civil Engineering Dept.)
 
Presents 
Green Highways and Green Streets:America's 21st Century
 
Infrastructure
 
Investing in Green Highways offers the opportunity to enhance the existing infrastructure and protect theenvironment while simultaneously generating new green jobs, creating demand for green technologies, andrevitalizing local neighborhoods. The Green Highways Partnership (GHP) is a partnership between the USEnvironmental Protection Agency, the Federal Highway Administration, and industry leaders that promotes theintegration and leveraging of resources and capacity to plan and build a sustainable and affordabletransportation network. Training and workshops on topics such as these are being developed through theGreen Highways Partnership Training and Development Center (GHP TDC).This workshop will introduce participants to the GHP Green Infrastructure Watershed Approach designconcepts and applications and show how engineers are actively using this program to help communities meettheir 21st Century infrastructure, jobs, and community development needs, while providing for improved stormwater management and environmental protection. Participants will gain information on new and valuableresources and programs.
 
Case studies and information from the experiences of engineers, municipal officials,and government agencies that have integrated these projects into their planning and construction process willbe used to illustrate the success of these new and innovative efforts.
SPEAKER 
 
Neil Weinstein, P.E., R.L.A., AICP
Director, The Low Impact Development Center, Inc., Beltsville, MD
DATE 
 
May 6, 2010
PLACE 
Engineering Auditorium, EN 101, Engineering Bldg.
 
University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
(Use parking lot behind Engineering Bldg.)(For directions go http://www.uno.edu/maps/pdf/maincampusmap.pdf and look for Bldg 13.)
COST 
 
See the other side for the cost of the seminar and the registration form
.
PDH 
 
2.0 PDH
 
can be earned by attending this seminar.
PROGRAM SCHEDULE 
5:00 -- 5:30 PM Registration
(Sandwiches & Soft Drinks)
 
5:30 -- 5:35 PM Introduction
 
Om P. Dixit., P.E., C.H.Fenstermaker & Assoc., New Orleans, LA.
5:35 7:35 PM Main Presentation
 
Neil Weinstein, P.E., R.L.A., AICPDirector, The Low Impact Development Center, Inc., Beltsville, MD
7:35 – 7:45 PM
 
Questions and
 
Closing Remarks
 
Om P. Dixit, P.E., Chair, ASCE-T&DI La. Chapter, Fenstermaker, New Orleans, LA
 
ASCE – T&DI LOUISIANA CHAPTER EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS 
Chair 
Om P. Dixit
Vice Chair 
Gay Knipper
 Treasurer 
Miles Bingham
Newsletter Editor 
Karen Holden
 Members: 
Mike Aghayan, Dan Aucutt, Miles Bingham, Om P. Dixit, Brin Ferlito, Krista Goodin, Elba Hamilton, Karen Holden. Stan Klemetson,Dennis Lambert, Louay Mohammad, Gay Knipper, Karen Parsons, Harold Paul, Bob Schmidt, Ronald Schumann, Jr.,
FUTURE SEMINARS 
Hurricane Evacuation High Speed Rail Roundabout Design for Busy Intersections

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