Moving Towards Sustainable Development Through the Use of Pervious Pavement
Dr. Gonwa will review the types of pervious pavement that are available and how its use promotes sustainable development. Various examples from the Milwaukee area will be discussed and audience members will learn about pervious pavement technologies, preferred applications and uses for each technology, and the successes and failures of different projects and pavement types.
Dr. Willie Gonwa is a professional engineer at Symbiont who has worked in the fields of wastewater collection, storm water management, and flood protection since 1984. He has a doctorate in civil and environmental engineering from Marquette University. Dr. Gonwa has been responsible for the planning, permitting, design, and construction of dozens of projects involving storm water management and combined sewer overflow control. In addition to his work at Symbiont, Dr. Gonwa is an adjunct professor at the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
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Pizza will be provided, courtesy of the Department of Urban Planning.
This lecture is registered for 1.0 CM Credits for AICP members. Please feel free to forward this email to anyone whom you know that might be interested in attending.