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Green infrastructure uses natural systems to perform vital functions. Our experts look at how we’re using green infrastructure in stormwater management and design.
Join host Simon O’Byrne along with Bernadette Callahan, Frank Holmes, and Gary Sorge as they share their thoughts on using green infrastructure to mimic the natural environment in order to treat and control stormwater runoff.
Learn more about our host and guests:
Simon is an award-winning urban designer and planner, Vice President of Stantec’s Urban Planning, and the Sector Leader for Community Development in Canada. His experience ranges from intensive urban revitalization redevelopments to the creation of many master planned communities, brownfield, and transit-oriented developments.
Bernadette has focused much of her career on urban land development, permitting, and stormwater management. She offers expertise in the application of green infrastructure in urban and suburban settings, leading our work on the City of Philadelphia Water Department’s “Green City, Clean Waters” program. This program represents the largest green stormwater infrastructure program in the United States.
Frank is a project manager and site/civil engineer with a passion for stormwater management. He brings together our engineers and landscape architects to create innovative and functional designs that are on the leading edge of sustainable design and low impact development.
Restorative and transformational design, resiliency, and sustainability are staples of Gary’s approach to planning and design. He is committed to infrastructure investment that will withstand both human and environmental impacts while enhancing the quality of life in our communities far into the future.