Municipal Storm Water — Are You Ready for May 2008?

Series of six workshops coordinated by OCAPP

Workshop #5 — Post-Construction Best Management Practice Case Studies: Making It Work in Northeast Ohio

February 13, 2008

John Mathews

Ohio EPA Northeast District Office, 2110 East Aurora Road, Twinsburg, Ohio

OCAPP will apply for RS and Certified Waste Water Operator continuing education credits to be available for attendees.

(Coffee and ice water will be served. Please bring your water bottle and/or cup.)
Hosted by Office of Compliance Assistance and Pollution Prevention (OCAPP), Ohio EPA

Presented by Chagrin River Watershed Partners (CRWP); Geauga County Engineer; GPD Group; LDC, Inc.; Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources (ODNR); Ohio EPA; City of Westlake; and Zwick & Associates




Click on a title for presentations and the handouts for the workshop.
Post-Construction BMPs in Ohio: Requirements, Alternatives and the Next 5 Years Dan Bogoevski, Ohio EPA
Establishing a Long-Term Maintenance Program for Post-Construction BMPs: Geauga County Model Robert L Phillips, Geauga Cty Engineer
Designing Storm Water Management Ponds for Water Quality: Tips for Plan Reviewers Jay Dorsey, ODNR


Case Studies – New Development


Cascade Creek Subdivision: Successful Incorporation of Structural and Non-Structural BMPs in Site Design Peter Zwick, Zwick & Assoc.
Sheetz Gas Station: Bioretention Cells on Small Commercial Developments Leonardo Sferra, GPD Group
Dealing with Unusual Site Conditions: Sand Filters and Alternative BMPs on a Condominium Project Thomas E. Beutler, P.E., LDC, Inc.


Case Studies – Retrofit Projects
Streetscapes in Orange Village and Pepper Pike: Locating Bioretention Cells and Enhanced Swales within Existing Infrastructure Rachel Webb, CRWP
Crocker Road Detention Basin: Retrofitting Existing Ponds To Serve New and Existing Development Jeff Sinnema, Engineering Dept.
City of Westlake