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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

WTS-Boston Professional Development/MassDOT University Brown Bag Luncheon Series

11:45 AM - 01:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

"Regulatory Review of Roadway and Bridge Projects: Session 4- Stormwater and Water Quality Best Management Practices”

To register for this event click or visit: http://www.wtsevents.org/chapter/Boston

Guest Speakers

Alex Murray, Coordinator MassDOT Impaired Waterbodies Program

Henry Barbaro, Supervisor MassDOT Wetlands and Water Resources Section

In the final of a series of brown bag seminars in collaboration with MassDOT University and WTS-Boston, Alex Murray of MassDOT’s Impaired Waterbodies Program and Henry Barbaro of MassDOT’s Wetlands and Water Resources Section will be co-presenting an informative presentation on Stormwater and Water Quality Best Management Practices, including MassDOT’s approach to stormwater management, compliance with Federal and State stormwater regulations, the genesis of MassDOT’s Impaired Waters Program, the current status of efforts to assess waterbodies that receive discharges from MassDOT roadways, and design approaches to improve the water quality of stormwater discharges well before runoff reaches surfaces water bodies. 


This workshop is the fourth of a series providing in-depth discussion on focused topics in the realm of environmental permitting relative to transportation facilities.  The series was conceived as a follow-up to a brown bag luncheon held in 2012 that provided a broad overview of environmental permitting for roadway and bridge projects.  The series consisted of four sessions: Environmental Policy and Public Review (MEPA/NEPA - presented in May of 2013); Natural Resources and Regulatory Permitting (presented in November of 2013); Cultural Resources Review (presented in January of 2014), and Stormwater and Water Quality Best Management Practices (the current session).  Each session was designed to provide a basic overview of the topic at hand.  They were geared toward civil/structural engineers and support personnel in the transportation industry who have little or no background in environmental permitting.


Transportation Building, Conference Rooms 2 & 3
10 Park Plaza, 2nd Floor

Boston, Massachusetts


Registration / Networking – 11:45AM

Program - 12:00PM – 1:00PM



Registration Fees
WTS Members and Public Sector Employees: FREE
Private Sector Non-Members: $10

Kindly RSVP by Monday, March 7, 2014.  Please note registration is limited and the past sessions have been sell-out events.  Register early!


Registrations are binding. No shows will be billed.


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For questions on this event, please contact Tory Fletcher at tfletcher@normandeau.com

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