Construction and Establishment of Vegetated Stormwater Assets

 

Construction and Establishment of Vegetated Stormwater Assets

Wednesday, 27 June 2018
Wallsend Digger’s Clus
5 Tyrrell Street, Wallend NSW 2287

8.30am – 5pm
RSVP by 6 June 2018

Cost – $350 + GST 

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 Introduction

The environmental and financial benefits of effective civil construction and landscape establishment of bioretention systems and wetlands are significant. This one day course provides detailed step-by-step guidance on the construction and establishment of bioretention systems and stormwater wetlands in order to address the key issues faced during on-ground delivery.

By the end of the course participants will:

  • Have an appreciation of the importance of construction phase sediment and erosion control practices, and their relationship with operational phase stormwater management systems.
  • Have an understanding of specifications and materials.
  • Be introduced to construction methods for vegetated stormwater management systems.
  • Understand the requirements for successful vegetation establishment.
  • Understand the issues associated with asset handover.
  • Be provided with checklists and protocols that will inform construction, establishment and asset handover.

 

Target audience:  Those involved in the design, construction and establishment of vegetated stormwater management systems, including site supervisors, compliance officers, civil and landscape contractors, and civil and landscape consultants.

Please note that this course will only be held if a minimum of 17 people register.

Cancellation Policy: Payment will be required from registered participants when the course is confirmed (i.e. minimum numbers are reached). For participants who cancel their registration at this stage, full payment will still be required, or where payment has already occurred no refund will be provided. A `replacement’ attendee will be accepted. “Special Circumstances” mean unusual or emergency situations that are beyond the control of the customer. The Environment Division will consider a refund under these circumstances and require a written request from the customer in the first instance.