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C session
Construction process & Methodology
Moderator: 

8:30 am     
Review of Constructability and Budget Considerations Across Three Stream Design Methodologies
Katrina Emery, Environmental Quality Resources, LLC, Millersville, MD 

8:50 am     
Diversion Channel Disaster: Assessing Risk when Maintaining Stream Flow
Christopher Perry , Bourn Environmental, Mitchellville, MD

9:10 am    
The Value in Value Engineering: Increasing Collaboration Between Engineers and Contractors
Tyler Sides, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD

9:30 am     
Lessons from Joe Backhoe (Lessons from a Contractor Concerning Design Implementation)
Liz DiNatale, PE, Shamrock Environmental Corporation, Browns Summit, NC

9:50 am   
Minimizing Conflict – A Discussion of Lessons Learned for High Quality/Low Cost Stream Restoration Construction
Adam Nabors, Environmental Quality Resources, LLC, Millersville, MD 

10:10 am    
Break in the Exhibit Hall

10:30 am     
Effective Stream Restoration Construction Management within Piscataway Creek
Paul Le Bel, PE, Hazen and Sawyer, Fairfax, VA

10:50 am     
Constructing Stream Restoration Projects off 60% Plans – Meeting Project Objectives and Regulatory Requirements while Maintaining Flexibility
Mike Adams, Stantec Consulting Services Inc, Fairfax, VA
Tom Dombrowski, Prince William County, Woodbridge, VA

11:10 am
Stream Restoration and Dam Removal: Lessons Learned from Design Through Construction
Matt Leisses, Gannett Fleming, Baltimore, MD

11:30 am     
Constructability of Living Shorelines
Karly Epp, Environmental Quality Resources, LLC  , Millersville, MD

11:50 am     
The Ripple Effect: The Economic Impact of the Ecological Restoration Industry
Liam O’Meara, Environmental Quality Resources, LLC, Millersville, MD

12:10 pm     
Adjourn

12:10 pm   
Lunch Provided