Welcome to the MDC
About the Workshop
The state of North Carolina has redone design standards for every single stormwater control measure (SCM), aka Best Management Practice (BMP). The changes are based upon a NCDEQ-led work team consisting of researchers, local municipalities, and consultants to develop Minimum Design Criteria (MDCs) and establish pollutant removal credits for SCMs in North Carolina. Faculty from NC State along with NCDEQ personnel are teaming up to explain the MDC process, discuss the new SCM Crediting Document, and review MDCs for approved SCMs. Attendees will participate in hands-on exercises that will allow for MDCs to be reviewed and applied to SCM designs. If you either design or review designs for SCMs, this is a “must see” training!
Note regarding Stormwater Reviewer Certification: The Stormwater Reviewer Certification Program provides a comprehensive training program for local government personnel and other stormwater plan reviewers that is implemented by DEQ and N.C. State University Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Individuals can become certified is by taking the Welcome to the MDC Workhop that covers all major stormwater control measures in the state Stormwater Design Manual. To maintain certification, reviewers are required to successfully complete an online re-certification exam when it is offered. There is no fee for the online re-certification exams. Questions about the Stormwater Reviewer Certification Program may be directed to Annette Lucas at 919-807-6381 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who Should Attend
This course is recommended for the following groups of individuals:
- Commerical Landscapers
- Property Managers
- Homeowner Associations
- Professionals with Licensure (PE’s, PLA’s)
- Municipal and County Landscape Personnel
- Other Individuals who either design or review designs for SCMs
Upcoming Workshop Dates
February 7-8, 2019
Workshop Fee – $250.00
We accept Visa, Mastercard, and American Express for payment of your registration fee. Or you may send us a check made payable to NCSU – BAE. Mail to:
Campus Box 7625
Raleigh, NC 27695
Attn: Brittany Santore
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Cancellation requests should be sent to email@example.com for processing.The cancellation request must be submitted at least twenty-one (21) days before the date of the workshop to receive a full refund. Cancellation requests made between twenty-one (21) day and seven (7) days before the date of the workshop will receive a full refund minus a $25 administrative processing fee. Any cancellation requests made within seven (7) days of the workshop will be ineligible for refund. Attendee substitutions from within the same company may be made at any time. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a substitution.
Severe Weather Cancellation and Refund Policy
William F. Hunt, III, Ph.D., P.E.
Dr. Hunt is a Professor and Extension Specialist in North Carolina State University’s Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Dr. Hunt holds degrees in Civil Engineering (NCSU, B.S.), Economics (NCSU, B.S.), Biological and Agricultural Engineering (NCSU, M.S.) and Agricultural and Biological Engineering, (Penn State, Ph.D.). He is a registered PE in North Carolina.
Since 2000, Hunt has assisted with the design, installation, and/or monitoring of over 90 stormwater best management practices (BMPs), including bioretention, stormwater wetlands, innovative wet ponds, green roofs, permeable pavement, water harvesting/cistern systems and level spreaders. He teaches 20-25 short courses and workshops each year on stormwater BMP design, function, and maintenance throughout North Carolina and the US.
Annette Lucas, PE
Annette Lucas is an Environmental Engineer with the North Carolina Division of Energy, Mineral and Land Resources.
Sarah Waickowski, PE, EI
Sarah Waickowski grew up in the great town of Fellsmere, FL and attended the University of Florida. She earned her B.S. in Civil Engineering with a specialization in Water Resources in December 2012. Her interest in stormwater grew after competing in the Florida Water Environment Association (FWEA) Student Design competition. She helped to treat runoff from a bridge by designing the conveyance network and identifying the site’s hydrologic characteristics. Sarah moved to Raleigh, NC and joined the Stormwater Engineering Group after completing her second internship with Duke Energy Progress at their Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant. She is pursuing her M.S. in Biological and Agricultural Engineering under the direction of Dr. Bill Hunt. At NC State, Sarah’s research will focus on gross solids, or large particles, collected in catch basins throughout various municipalities in the Piedmont and Coastal regions.
Professional Development Hours
The following professional development hours (PDHs) are awarded after successful completion of the workshop:
- 12 PDHs for professional engineers and land surveyors (approved by the NC Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors)
- 10 CEUs for landscape architects (approved by the NC Board of Landscape Architects)
- Other professionals may appeal to their respective boards to obtain professional education credits.