Long Range Green Stormwater Infrastructure Planning and Maintenance
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Professional Development Hours available.
Green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) is a stormwater management practice centering around peak flow reduction, pollution, and volume control by mimicking natural hydrologic processes. Join us as Carrie Bristoll-Groll, PE ENV SP, Executive Vice President of Engineering Services for AQUALIS will speak on designing a Regional or Watershed-wide Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Plan to meet local or regional water quality and flood risk reduction goals, that ensure long-term considerations for maintenance.
Carrie received a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has been working in the field of stormwater engineering since 1994. Carrie began her career as a Stormwater Engineer for the Cities of Milwaukee and Brookfield, prior to founding Stormwater Solutions Engineering (SSE) in 2002. SSE is located at the Global Water Center in Milwaukee and has a team of 10 professionals designing stormwater, green infrastructure, water quality and flood control practices for municipal, transportation, water agency and private clients. Carrie is also the inventor/owner of the patented rainwater harvesting device, StormGUARDen™.
Carrie has been involved in volunteer activities for many local groups including Engineers Without Borders, Milwaukee River Keeper, Future Cities Competition, Science Fair judging, UWM Alumni efforts, the Wisconsin Sea Grant, American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), and others.