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How to Build Sustainably and Resiliently in FEMA Special Flood Hazard Areas

 
Description This one-day seminar will teach civil engineers about the resources available from FEMA and that will help them design infrastructure that is resilient and sustainable in regards to flooding
Status Closed
Number of Days 1
Start Time 8:00 AM
Begin Date 11/21/2014
End Date 11/21/2014
Early Reg: 11/19/2014

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Location name: Holiday Inn Mansfield - Foxboro Area
Location phone:
City: Mansfield
State: MA
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Event Profile
Online registration is now closed. To register download and complete a FEMA Seminar Regsitration Form and follow the submission instructions.
Friday, November 21, 2014
 
From the Mountains to the Oceans: How to Build Sustainably and Resiliently in FEMA Special Flood Hazard Areas
Developed by:
MALSCE Professional Development and BSCES Program Committees
Sponsored by MALSCE Sustaining Members:
Bunce Industries, LLC, Eastern Topographics, Infiltrators Systems, Keystone Precision Instruments, Maine Technical Source, Spiller's, Trimble
 
Robert DeSaulniers, CPCU, CFM, ANFI, AAI (invited)
Flood Insurance Specialist, FEMA Region I
 
John Grace (invited)
NFIP Engineering Assistance, FEMA Region I
 
Peter Richardson, PE, CFM, ENV SP
Boston Society of Civil Engineers Section/ASCE
 
Richard Zingarelli
NFIP Program Coordinator, Massachusetts DCR
 
Holiday Inn Mansfield - Foxboro Area, 31 Hampshire Street, Mansfield, MA
8:00 AM Registration; 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Seminar
 
$190 BSCES & MALSCE Members;* $250 Non-Members
Sea levels are rising, climate is changing, population is growing, risk is increasing and the cost of recovery following floods is becoming unsustainable. Who can the nation turn to deal with this dire situation? Civil Engineers of course! Especially civil engineers who understand flood risk and how to design resilient, sustainable infrastructure. This one-day seminar will teach civil engineers about the resources available from FEMA that will help them design infrastructure that is resilient and sustainable in regards to flooding. Seminar topics include: NFIP Overview; Building in Coastal Areas in Compliance with FEMA Regulations; Overview of FEMA’s Coastal Construction Manual; Building in Riverine Floodplains: Overview of FEMA Technical Resources, Buildings in the Floodway and ASCE 24-05; Overview of FEMA Requirements related to Dams and Levees; Overview of Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014 and How Engineering Decisions can Future Impact Insurance Premiums.  
 
Registration Information
Registration fees are $190/person for MALSCE, BSCES and Affiliate Surveying Association Members and $250/person for Non-Members. See form for details. Registration fee includes a continental breakfast, two snack breaks, lunch and all seminar handouts. Space is limited and registration is processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
 
Registration deadline isTuesday, November 18, 2014. No refunds will be given after this date. No-shows will be billed. Seminar registrations will be accepted via fax, mail or online. Fax your registration to 617/227-6783. Mail your registration form and check (payable to ?MALSCE?) to: MALSCE, The Engineering Center, One Walnut Street, Boston, MA 02108-3616. Use Visa, MasterCard or American Express to register online by clicking on the Register button above.To register online for this seminar at the MALSCE member rate, login using your MALSCE assigned username and password. If you do not know your member login information or if you need help registering call 617-227-5551 and Audrine will be glad to assist you.
 
 

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