Roadway and Roadside Drainage

Who Should Attend

Crew leaders including foremen, equipment operators, superintendents of small highway departments, and others who want to gain knowledge of open drainage systems. The course is geared to practical day-to-day operations.

 

Instructor

David Orr teaching a workshop

David P. Orr, P.E., is the Director for the Cornell Local Roads Program. Formerly the Deputy Highway Superintendent for Yates County, David has nearly 30 years of road-related experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLRP Technical Assistance Engineer, Geoff Scott, gives a demonstration at the Stormwater preview session, 21 August 2013

Geoffrey Scott, P.E., is the Technical Assistance Engineer for the Cornell Local Roads Program. Geoffrey has over 13 years working as a consultant to municipalities preparing stormwater related design plans for roadways, drainage systems, and erosion control plans, and has developed and maintained multiple Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans for municipal facilities and construction projects in New York and Connecticut.

Topics

The bottom line

Manage and prevent drainage issues to maintain your roads in the best condition possible.

Cost

$50 per attendee

Timing of workshops

Workshops typically run from 8.30am to 3pm. Sign-in starts at 8am.

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