Flood Mitigation with Adaptive Real-Time Stormwater Control

By integrating cloud-based software, sensors and flow controls in the field, and the weather forecast, adaptive control systems deliver flood risk mitigation, water quality improvement, operational insights, and resilience to communities. This presentation will introduce adaptive controls and discuss the process and challenges of adopting the technology. Results from the use of adaptive controls in Ormond Beach, FL, during two storms will be presented.

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Fresh Coast Protection Partnership Delivering Green Infrastructure Across Milwaukee Region

Working in partnership with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and a team of experienced delivery partners, Corvias is complementing MMSD’s existing green infrastructure (GI) program through the implementation and management of a platform-based solution that aggregates and streamlines the financial, procurement and project delivery efforts within the District’s service area throughout communities in the Greater Milwaukee Area.

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Gravel Lane TSS Abatement Study and Pilot Projects

The City of Calgary is committed to protecting local surface water quality. Studies of Calgary’s stormwater pollutant loadings to waterways revealed that gravel surfaced laneways are a significant source of sediment that washes through city infrastructure and settles in storm ponds, streams, and rivers.

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