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When: Sat., March 10; Sat., March 24; Sat., April 7; Sat., April 21; Sat., May 5, Sat., May 19
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Anne Arundel Community College Arnold Campus, Annex A, Rm 110
101 College Parkway
Arnold, Maryland  21012
United States
Contact: Sally Palatiello
800-303-6770


Online registration is available until: 3/10/2018
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Maryland Stormwater Management - The New Manual

The Maryland Society of Surveyors is pleased to present the schedule for Continuing Education featuring “Maryland Stormwater Management – The New Manual ” using the 2007 Maryland Stormwater Design Manual. The Manual will be taught against the backdrop of TR55, TR20 and the traditional criteria; however, the focus will be on Environmental Site Design or (ESD) and will adhere to the specific use and design of each ESD feature. The course will feature specific, real world design situations with solution implementation from the MDE SWM Manual, as well as a review of design situations presented by the Manual. This course will include relevant computations and design. Environmentally sensitive design as per the new 2007 Storm Water Manual will be explored in detail.

The Maryland Society of Surveyor’s is an approved provider of Continuing Education as required by the Department of Licensing and Regulations (DLLR) for Land Surveyors. In addition, this course will meet the requirement for education for the Stormwater Management component of the License for new applicants. The course is designed to have 45 classroom hours in six, eight-hour sessions. Homework will be assigned. The class will be graded on a pass/fail basis. Students may miss only one equivalent 8-hour session. There will be a final examination on the last class day All students must satisfactorily complete the exam for certification. The course will be held at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.


Class Schedule


Saturday, March 10, Saturday, March 24, Saturday, April 7, Saturday, April 21, Saturday, May 5, and Saturday, May 19 (Six-Session Series).  Class each Saturday is from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. 
Attendance of at least 5 (five) of the six (6) sessions is required for successful completion of the course
.


Registration Fees


MSS Member  $550
Non-Member   $700

(We must have a minimum of 15 registrants for the class to proceed)


Where



Anne Arundel Community College Arnold Campus, Annex A, Rm 110
101 College Parkway
Arnold, Maryland 21012



Credits


45 CPC’s for MD Surveyors

45 PDH’s for MD Engineers


Contact

Sally Palatiello
sally@marylandsurveyor.org

800-303-6770


Syllabus
I.    Overview of the new SWM Manual Revised 2009 focusing on
      organizational structure, modifications and use for projects and individual
       lots.

II.   Overview of TR55 and the use of TR55 within the context of the Manual.

III.  Overview of TR20 and the use of TR20 as a routing tool within the context
     of the manual.

IV.  Case study review of the examples within the actual text of the MDE
      Computations Manual with a focus on the next step, i.e., the design itself.
      The unified Stormwater Sizing Criteria will be discussed in detail. Examples
      will be worked in Class as a part of regular course work.

V.   The class will explore specific case studies featuring actual project
      simulations with implementation of a variety of stormwater ESD features
      including all the micro-scale practices of design situations presented by
      the Manual.  These will be hands on classroom situations requiring the
      student to work in small groups to solve actual design situations.

 VI.  Classroom evaluation of ESD techniques to
      meet SWM requirements using all of the tools
      approved in the manual.  Presentation of site
      finger-printing techniques, the development
      of the Stormwater Management Concepts
      Plan, and final engineering plan.

VII.  Limited discussion of weir/orifice/pipe design
       and HGL computations.

VIII.  Limited discussion of landscaping
        opportunities, construction specifications,
        the Maryland 378 regulations, testing, the
        NOI permit process, the NPDES permit
        process, stream designations, hot spots and
        related topics.

 

 

 



Prerequisite
This course is NOT an entry-level course.  A background in drainage is a MUST.


Required Texts:
Each student is required to have a copy of the following documents that can be downloaded from these sites:

MDE Manual - 2007
Environmental Site Design (ESD) Process & Computations July 2010
TR-55 Manual

Required Materials:
Each student should bring to class paper, graph paper, HP33S or HP35S, scale, triangles and pencils

 
About the Instructor:
James W. Whitehead, LS
jwhitehead@atcsplc.com

Mr. Whitehead is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 1969 with a BSCE. Mr. Whitehead has been involved in drainage and stormwater management design in Maryland and Virginia for over forty years and has taught courses in Drainage and Stormwater Management, Erosion & Sediment Control and Street Grade Design at Southern Maryland, Prince George’s Community College, Anne Arundel Community College and Catonsville.

 

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