Improving Water Quality and Quantity
with Pervious Pavement
Presenters: Glenn Herold, P.E., M.ASCE
National Commercial Hardscape Engineer
& Chuck R. Taylor
National Commercial Hardscapes Advisor,
Oldcastle Architectural-Belgard Commercial Hardscapes
Sponsored by: Belgard Commercial
Credits: 1 PDH / 0.1 CEUs
Reduce your runoff quantity AND improve your water quality!
Join Glenn Herold and Chuck Taylor for a FREE live and on-demand webinar exploring how to reduce your urban stormwater runoff, and improve your water quality through the effective design and maintenance of permeable pavement interlocking concrete paver (PICP) systems.
In this webcast, we’ll start by outlining the key components, specifications, and best management practices in PICP system design, construction, and maintenance, as well as outline the main differences between the primary five types of pervious pavement surfaces. Within this discussion, we’ll also explore how to modify your system design to accommodate changes based on site soil conditions (e.g., sand, silt, and clay).
Additionally, Herold and Taylor will tackle the adverse environmental effects of urban runoff and how we can counter these (both in quantity AND quality) with a PICP system. Within our discussion ofreducing runoff quantity, we’ll demonstrate how to develop a site specific Curve Number based on the system design so you can apply traditional modeling methods. And, in terms of improving water quality, we’ll outline the use of different treatment mechanisms that are both intrinsic to, and supplementary of, permeable pavement. Finally, Herold and Taylor will outline the best practices for preventative and remedial maintenance (including costs) to ensure the successful long-term performance of your PICP system.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:
- Learn about the five primary types of pervious pavement surfaces,
and the associated pros and cons
- Learn how pervious pavement system design can be modified to
accommodate any native soil type and climatic condition
- Learn how to develop a site specific Curve Number based on
the system design to enable use of traditional modeling methods
- Learn about the recommended preventative and remedial
maintenance requirements to ensure long term performance
Belgard Commercial is part of the Oldcastle Architectural Group, the largest concrete products manufacturer in North America. With over 180 locations and a company culture characterized by a commitment to customer satisfaction, Oldcastle adheres to a level of service and consistency that no other supplier can match. Our combination of local market presence and national capabilities allows us to meet and exceed the demanding needs of an ever-changing industry.
* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour. Presentation may exceed scheduled time.
*Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are.
Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.