GKY President Stu Stein, PE, D.WRE and several GKY technical professionals will speak at the 2022 Virginia Water Conference in Richmond, Virginia. Stu, who is also the Conference Chair, will open the two-day event with a welcome address as well as the conference’s first keynote address, “Universal Computing and the Human Condition.” Concurrent sessions on topics such as hydrology and hydraulics modeling, watershed management, dam safety, stormwater management, and resilience will follow.
GKY engineers, planners, and scientists will present or co-present on multiple topics drawn from their experience serving Virginia municipalities and private sector clients. Topics include:
- The MS4 General Permit Outside Virginia: A Look at Its Evolution Nationwide
- So You Implemented a Stormwater Utility During a Pandemic…?
- Analysis of The Historic Brandywine Creek Flood of 2021
- Improving Our Understanding of Surface Flooding with 1D-2D SWMM Modeling: Elbow Road Drainage Study
- Loudoun County Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Program Methods for Long Term Tracking and Follow-up of Outfalls with Suspect Discharges
- Creating a Stormwater Utility Web App
The Virginia Water Conference is presented annually by the Virginia Lakes and Watersheds Association (VLWA), a professional organization with the mission “to promote and educate the public on good lake and watershed management, encourage sustainable stormwater management practices and protect the welfare of lakes and other water resources within the Commonwealth.” The 2022 conference will be held March 7 – 8 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Richmond-Midlothian in Richmond, Virginia.