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The Low Impact Development (LID) Conference series is organized by members of the ASCE-EWRI Urban Water Resources Research Council who are leaders in the development of LID and green infrastructure technology. This conference provides a national forum to present the latest developments, technologies and case studies related to LID and green infrastructure technology. The International LID Conference will highlight new and continuing work including research, developments, and community adoption of LID throughout the United States and internationally.

Steering Committee

  • Chair: Rebecca Dohn, Metro Water Services, Nashville, TN
  • Co-Chair: Crystal Bishop, Hamilton County Water Quality Program
  • Technical Program Chair: Jon Hathaway, University of Tennessee, Department of Civil Engineering
  • Technical Program Vice-Chair: Gale Fulton, University of Tennessee, School of Landscape Architecture
  • Local Host Chair: Jennifer Watson, Tennessee Stormwater Association
  • Committee Member: Michael Clar, Ecosite, Inc.
  • Committee Member: James Lenhart, Contech Engineered Solutions
  • Committee Member: Brian Bledsoe, University of Georgia
  • Committee Member: Robert Traver, Villanova University 
  • Committee Member: Scott Struck, Geosyntec Consultants

Conference Scientific Committee

  • Technical Program Chair: Jon Hathaway, University of Tennessee, Department of Civil Engineering
  • Technical Program Vice-Chair: Gale Fulton, University of Tennessee, School of Landscape Architecture
    • Bram Barth, Lose and Associates, Inc.
    • Eban Bean, University of Florida
    • Brian Bledsoe, University of Georgia
    • Robert Brown, Ecological Planning Group
    • Ted Brown,  Biohabitats
    • Kathlie Bulloch, City of Houston, Texas
    • Karina Bynum, TDEC Water Resources
    • Michael Clar, Ecosite, Inc.
    • Jane Clary, Wright Water Engineers
    • Brad Collett, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    • Rebecca Dohn, City of Nashville, Tennessee
    • Jay Dorsey, Ohio State University
    • Hunter Freeman, WithersRavenel
    • Kathy Gee, Longwood University
    • Robert Goo, US Environmental Protection Agency
    • Ruth Hocker, City of Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    • Bill Hunt, North Carolina State University
    • Mikael Isensee, Washington Conservation District, Minnesota
    • Anand Jayakaran, Washington State University
    • Matthew Jones, Hazen and Sawyer
    • James Lenhart, Contech Engineered Solutions
    • Keith Lichten, California Environmental Protection Agency
    • Kelly Lindow, CityScape Engineering
    • Bill Lord, North Carolina State University
    • Andrea Ludwig, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
    • Susan McCrary, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District
    • Trisha Moore, Kansas State University
    • Elodie Passeport, University of Toronto
    • Holly Piza, Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, Denver, Colorado
    • Saya Qualls, Hazen and Sawyer
    • Andrew Reese, Wood Group
    • Amy Rowe, Rutgers University
    • David Sample, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
    • John Schwartz, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
    • David Smith, Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute
    • Jonathan Smith, Tetra Tech
    • Scott Struck, Geosyntec Consultants
    • Robert Traver, Villanova University
    • Steven Trinkaus, Trinkaus Engineering LLC
    • Harris Trobman, University of the District of Columbia
    • Bridget Wadzuk, Villanova University
    • Ryan Winston, Ohio State University
    • Jason Wright, Tetra Tech

Environmental & Water Resources Institute of ASCE

Created in 1999, the Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI) is the recognized leader within ASCE for the integration of technical expertise and public policy in the planning, design, construction, and operation of environmentally sound and sustainable infrastructure impacting air, land, and water resources.

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