Attend June 10 Teleconference, "The Attorney's Guide to Stormwater Runoff Issues and Compliance"

May 19, 2015

 

stock-photo-57507592-red-wal-calendar-june-2015.jpgJune 10 Teleconference: "The Attorney's Guide to Stormwater Runoff Issues and Compliance"

Michael C. Penney, P.E., L.S.P., Director of Engineering at GeoInsight, will be speaking at an upcoming National Business Institute (NBI) teleconference. Additional speakers include Michael J. Quinn, Esq. and Mark C. Rouvalis, Esq., Directors of the law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association.

 

The teleconference runs from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ET


Program focus

The session is geared towards attorneys who handle stormwater related issues. Topics include:

  • The Regulatory Framework of Stormwater Compliance
  • Ensuring New Developments Have Proper Permits
  • Best Management Practices for Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans
  • Proving or Disproving Damages Caused by Excessive Stormwater Runoff
  • Best Practices for Handling Stormwater Runoff Disputes

 

Register today! 

Click here to register for the teleconference, read presenter bios, and more! 

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Get in touch with GeoInsight's conference presenter,
Mike Penney

Call Mike Penney at 603.314.0820 or e-mail him at mcpenney@geoinc.com

Mike has been with GeoInsight since 1993 and he is currently the Director of Engineering for the company. He is a Professional Engineer in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, and Maine, and a Licensed Site Professional in Massachusetts.
Mr. Penney has also served as an expert witness on many different matters including those related to stormwater. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a B.S. degree in civil engineering and has since spent his last 29 years in private consulting working on geotechnical, stormwater, civil, environmental remediation, and landfill projects for a wide variety of clients.

Mr. Penney's work assignments and responsibilities have enabled him to be directly involved in thousands of site investigations and evaluations throughout New England. As a result of his experiences, he has completed an extensive variety of geotechnical, civil and geoenvironmental projects including preparation of compliance reports and technical deliverables; stormwater control, collection, and treatment system designs; permitting of site development, solid waste, drainage, and wetlands projects; preparation of technical specifications and bid packages; oversight of surface water and groundwater sampling and monitoring programs; dam and slope stability assessment and improvements; oversight of sitework construction and remediation operations; and foundations, sitework, ground improvement, and grading designs.