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Tuesday, July 21 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Shoreline Erosion Control for a Changing Tide: Living Shorelines – Case Studies and Lessons Learned from Planning, Design, and Construction

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The concept of using soft engineering methods to protect our coastal shorelines is not a new one, but the design and implementation of “living shorelines” is just really starting to take off in the Mid-Atlantic. Local and state governments are beginning to mandate a greener approach to shoreline protection, where bulkheads and stone are no longer seen as the only best solution to the problem. In the face of rising sea levels and the advent of strict water quality regulations, many localities are challenged to find new ways to protect property, restore their waterways, and meet aggressive water quality treatment goals, especially along the Chesapeake Bay. The presentation will highlight a variety of public and private living shoreline projects in heavily developed urban watersheds, as well as the challenges and opportunities for living shoreline implementation. Attendees will follow the City of Norfolk’s 1,100LF Colley Bay Living Shoreline project, through conceptualization, design drawings, and construction, and receive valuable lessons learned from owner, designer, and contractor.

Speakers
avatar for J.C.  Douglass, PWD, LEED AP

J.C. Douglass, PWD, LEED AP

Environmental Scientist, Clark Nexsen, Inc.
J.C. has over 12 years of experience in environmental consulting, including assessment, compliance, and permitting, including due diligence, NEPA, CBPA, GIS/GPS, sustainable design, wetlands and streams. He has participated in the design and permitting of several Living Shorelines in Hampton Roads. He earned bachelor degrees in ecosystem assessment and natural resource policy and administration at North Carolina State University.
avatar for Kevin R. Du Bois, PWS, PWD, CFM

Kevin R. Du Bois, PWS, PWD, CFM

City of Norfolk
Mr. Du Bois graduated from Southampton College in 1983 with a Bachelor's degree in Marine Science and completed his Masters’ degree in Marine Environmental Research at the State University of New York, Stony Brook’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences in 1986. In the ensuing years, Mr. Du Bois has worked as a Fisheries Biologist, Sensitive Land Acquisition Specialist, Endangered Species Biologist, wetland regulator and... Read More →
avatar for Jim  Cahoon, PWD

Jim Cahoon, PWD

Co-owner/Vice President, Bay Environmental, Inc.
As a graduate of Virginia Tech, Jim moved directly into a career in Environmental Science. With twenty years of experience, Jim is passionate about the development and construction of sustainable living shorelines and wetland restoration projects.


Tuesday July 21, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
York Hall Sheraton Waterside Hotel

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