Stormwater Queensland August Winter School

Stormwater Queensland August Winter School

Following on from the success of the 2015 Stormwater Queensland Conference, Stormwater Queensland are proud to be hosting the inaugural August Winter School from 31 August – 4 September at the Alliance Francaise de Brisbane, providing ongoing professional development opportunities for the industry.
Stormwater Queensland August Winter School

The August Winter School will showcase a number of outstanding workshops presented by Grant Witheridge (Catchment and Creeks), Jack Mullaly and Andrew O’Neill (Healthy Waterways). It is targeted at staff from all areas of the stormwater industry including civil, environmental, hydrological and hydraulic engineers, urban designers, urban planners, local government officers and landscape architects.

Program at a glance

Date Workshop topics Presenter
31 August      Workshop 1 – Application of the Rational Method and Aspects of Piped Drainage Design Grant Witheridge
1 September Workshop 2 – Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) Principles and Concept Design Jack Mullaly and Andrew O’Neill
2 September Workshop 3 – Design of Stormwater Outlets and Design of Fauna Sensitive Waterway Crossings Grant Witheridge
3 September Workshop 4 – Water Sensitive Design (WSUD) Detailed Design Jack Mullaly and Andrew O’Neill
4 September Workshop 5 – Treatment of Creek Erosion and Natural Channel Design Grant Witheridge

More information

For more information and to register for one or more of the workshops, visit Stormwater Queensland.

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