2017 Annual Conference & Exhibit

newea17_session3_tpawlina - duxbury/Kingston Bay Stormwater mitigation— Completed after 11 Years Tom Pawlina, ATP Environmental Joe Grady, Town of Duxbury, MA Maureen Thomas, Town of Kingston, MA

newea17_session3_rbourdeau - Planning and Developing Achievable Stormwater Water Quality Goals in New Hampshire Renee Bourdeau, Horsley Witten Group Robert Hartzel, Geosyntec Consultants

newea17_session3__ceaton - A Green Possibility in Kansas City Courtney Eaton, Carollo Engineers Shawn Dent, Carollo Engineers

newea17_session3_dcameron - Collaboration and Planning for Successful Drainage Management in New England Community Denise Cameron, Woodard & Curran John Livsey, Town of Lexington, MA

ac17_program_final - Final Program - 2017 NEWEA Annual Conference & Exhibit January 22-25 - Boston, MA

newea17_session1_wgoldsmith - Panel 2: The Resilience Gap: How Can Designers, Owners, and Stakeholders Better Address Future Vulnerability> Wendi Goldsmith, Center for Urban Watershed Resilience

newea17_session1_sroy - Panel 2: Livable Cities and the Economic Impact of a Changing Climate Steve Roy, Ramboll

newea17_session1_jwormser - Panel 2 Collaborative Governance Supporting Water Control and Reuse, Reducing Loop Holes and Red Tape Panel Moderator: Barbara Landau, Noble Wickersham & Heart Julie Wormser, Boston Harbor Now

newea17_session1_ddenio - Panel 1 Climate Change as a Catalyst for Design Change Panel Moderator: Donna Denio, Team Dynamics Boston Ellen Watts, Architerra Kim Vermeer, Urban Habitat Initiatives, Inc. Isabel Kaubisch, Clarendon Hill Consulting Gretchen Rabinkin, BSA

newea17_session02_tparece - Blazing a Path to Implement a “Hybrid” Approach to Reduce Excessive Nitrogen Discharges to the Town of Orleans’ Ponds, Estuaries and Embayments Thomas Parece, AECOM George Meservey, Town of Orleans, MA Michael Domenica, Water Resources Association Betsy Shreve-Gibb, AECOM