Leading by Example—Meeting Federal Sustainability Goals with Segmental Concrete Pavements
FREE Seminar for Federal Officials
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Exclusive to the federal government community
Complimentary continental breakfast & lunch
As the largest builder in the world, the U.S. federal government designs an increasing number of sustainable projects. Pavement selection has a substantial impact—positive or negative—on achieving sustainable design
goals. The federal government is in the unique position of demonstrating low impact development (LID), energy and cost-saving pavement technologies.
This seminar presents how to include the range of sustainable and beautiful segmental concrete pavements in federal projects, and includes leading project examples.
Christopher Kloss, Senior Environmental Scientist
Low Impact Development Center, Beltsville, Maryland
Richard Woodham, P.E.
Weston Solutions, Inc., Norcross, Georgia
David R. Smith, Technical Director
Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, Herndon, Virginia
• Section 438 of EISA—Energy Independence and Security Act
• LEED®—Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
• NPDES—National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System
• TMDL & TSS Reductions—Total Daily Maximum Loads and Total Suspended Solids Removal in Stormwater Runoff
• LID Guidelines in Agency Facilities Criteria and Technical Bulletins
• State LID and BMP Manuals
• Local LID and Stormwater Management Regulations
This seminar benefits program/project managers, engineers, landscape
architects, architects, specifiers, facility managers, conservationists,
researchers and others associated with government building and
Individuals attending this seminar will receive AIA, ASLA and PDH credits
to satisfy state mandatory continuing education requirements for licensed
architects, landscape architects and professional engineers.
To sign up please complete and return the registration form to ICPI.