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TFMA's Webinar Series

As TFMA moves into the virtual world of professional development, we bring you the premier of the first two webinars that provide you with (1) CEC credit each. These pre-recorded webinars are $20 each and give you the opportunity to view at your convenience anytime.

 Export to Your Calendar 8/19/2020 to 12/31/2020
Where: Webinar Series
United States
Contact: Selina Cooper

Online registration is available until: 12/31/2020
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You will be required to register through the TFMA website FIRST to create the invoice and pay. The links below to the webinars are ACTIVE and ready to go, but you must register with TFMA and pay before your Certificate of Attendance is emailed.

TFMA is using Adobe Connect as the platform to bring you these On-demand Webinars. Upon clicking on the link, you will be redirected to the Adobe Connect Registration page. Once you fill this information out and submit, it will automatically email you the viewing page where you will enter your email address and password with which you registered.

Webinar #1 


Emergency Repairs to a 150+ Year-old Dam in a Sensitive Environment (1 CEC hour)

Presented by: Grady Hillhouse, PE, Freese & Nichols, San Antonio, TX


Learning Objectives

1)   Provide a summary of the Spring Lake Dam project and lessons learned coordinating a federally-funded emergency  repair project on a historic structure in a sensitive environment.

2)   Issues to be discussed include dam safety, funding coordination and the innovative engineering required to stabilize the structure without impacting its historical nature or the critical habitat that it supports. 


Webinar #2

Mansfield Post Construction Water Quality Requirements (1 CEC hour)

Presented by: Howard Redfearn, CFM, City of Mansfield



Learning Objectives

1)   Attendees will receive a review of permit requirements, discussion about environmental goals and the role engineering professionals play in achieving these goals and insight into methods to achieve compliance for a local government.

2)  Examples of measures will be discussed, along with lessons learned from the Stormwater Management (SWM) Site Development Controls Technical Manual developed through the NCTCOG.

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