CDM Smith to participate in the Association of State Floodplain Managers 2017 Conference
BOSTON—The Association of State Floodplain Managers will convene the world's largest and most comprehensive floodplain management conference – the 41st annual gathering, April 30 - May 5, 2017, at the Kansas City Convention Center in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. CDM Smith is proud to be a Gold Sponsor and will be participating with technical presentations, moderated sessions and an exhibit booth (#316) where we will be featuring the Hololens virtual design technology.
During the conference, follow @CDMSmith and our experts as they share their insights and experiences:
- @caufieldba – Brian Caufield
- @thill66 – Tim Hillier
- @imapaisan – Michael Grasso
Tuesday, May 2
“The Dollars and ‘Sense’ of Flood Resiliency"
3:45-5:15 | C2 | Adam Reeder
Wednesday, May 3
“Preparing your Floodplain Administration and Building Department for a Disaster"
10:30-12:00 | D4 | Manny Perotin
“Accounting for Long-Term Erosion & Sea Level Rise in New England: A TMAC Recommendation”
1:30-3:00 | E5 | Elena Drei-Horgan* (w/Brian Caufield)
"Changing the Paradigm: Stormwater Management for the Greater New Orleans Area"
1:30-3:00 | E8 | Jessica Watts
Thursday, May 4
“Large Sacle Automated Engineering FEMA Floodplain Mapping in Eastern South Dakota”
10:30-12:00 | G3 | Elias Gruber
“King Tides: How this event has risen into our vocabulary”
10:30-12:00 | G5 | Brian Caufield
“South Dakota LSAE: How FEMA & its Stakeholders Benefit from 2D LSAE”
10:30-12:00 | G3 | Brandon Banks* (w/Brian Murphy)
“FEMA's Support for Hazard Mitigation & Resiliency: Preparing for the Impacts of Climate Change”
4:00-5:30 | J1 | Jordan Williams
*AECOM lead presentation with CDM Smith Support
- A6 Communication About Residual Risk for Dams & Levees (10:30-Noon - Michael Hanke)
- B5: Transforming the Flood Mapping Program (1:45-3:15 - Michael Grasso)
- E5: Coastal Impacts of Climate Change (1:30-3:00 - Brian Caufield)
- E8: Green Infrastructure to Reduce Flood Damage (1:30-3:00 - Tim Hillier)