2017 Joint IECA National Conference and Stormwater Queensland Conference
11 - 12 October 2017 • Pullman Brisbane King George Square, Queensland

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Conference Abstracts

Wednesday, 11th October

Inception, Design, Delivery and Maintenance Lessons of Two Multi-million-dollar Integrated Water Projects Adam Berry, Ipswich City Council

A Case Study on Challenges Working in Waterways on a Linear Infrastructure Construction Project Brenton Nichol, KBR

High Efficiency Sediment Basins - Where to Next? Leon Rowlands, Switchback Consulting

Water Sensitive Cities – Are We Making Progress? Kim Markwell, E2Designlab

Rapid and Accurate Stormwater Drainage Assessments Using GPU Technology Chris Huxley, BMT WBM

Supporting Implementation of Erosion and Sediment Control through Effective Legislation and Regulation Michael Parsonson, Southernskies Environmental Ltd

Models Versus Reality – Facing the MUSIC? Alan Hoban and Stephanie Brown, Bligh Tanner

A Simple Method of Sizing Sediment Basins in QLD using ARR 2016 Ellis Symons, KBR

To Dose or Not to Dose? Malcolm Eadie, Premise and Butch Uechtritz, Turbid Stormwater Solutions

50 Shades of Roughness – An Investigation into the use and Misuse of Manning's n Stephanie Brown, Bligh Tanner

How to Achieve more with Less: Lessons from Around the Globe Jesse Godwin, and Aimee Hall, CNC Project Management

Transmission Gully Motorway Project – Learnings and Innovation 2016/2017 Earthworks Season 1, Episode 2 Andrew Zvirzdinas, Transmission Gully Project

Hydrologic Estimation for the Real World Adam Broit, Water Modelling Solutions

The Effect of Images on Community Engagement with Sustainable Stormwater Management: the Role of Disgust Tracy Schultz, CRC for Water Sensitive Cities and the University of Queensland

ESC and Waterway Health in a Predominantly Tidal Environment Susan Korecki, Lendlease Engineering Pty Ltd

Coorparoo Creek Park - Converting an Industrial Area into an Urban Waterway Park Matthew Curtis, Brisbane City Council

Small Creek: From the Ashes of WSUD Comes the Phonenix Ben Walker,  Ipwich City Council, Alan Hoban, Bligh Tanner and Amalie Wright, Landscapology

Background to the new State Planning Policy - Construction Phase Design Objectives Leon Rowlands, Switchback Consulting

Why Bioretention Filter Media Is The Way It Is Jack Mullaly, Ideanthro and Paul Dubowski, BMT WBM

Strategic Sediment Management in the Digital Age - GIS Tools for Urban Waterways Jamie Charlish, Brisbane City Council

An Introduction to Flocculation and Coagulation Processes Terrence Allen, Simmonds & Bristow

Ephemeral Floodplain Wetlands - Happy Developer, Happy Council Sally Boer, E2Designlab

Brisbane's Worst Bioretention System – And Why I Designed It Alan Hoban, Bligh Tanner

Biotic Soil Technologies for Sustainable Erosion Control and Revegetation - Successful Case Studies Marc S. Theisen, Profile Products LLC

Thursday, 12th October

Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade Land and Water Management Jason Cork, Lendlease

Laying the Foundation for a Water Sensitive Future Jack Mullaly, Ideanthro

Incorporating Water Sensitive Urban Design into the Gateway Upgrade North Project Peter Comino, SMEC Australia

Reflections on 45 years of Revegetation Successes, Failures and Impossible Specification Requirements Paul Clarke, Valley Hydramulch & Revegetation

A Little More WSUD With That Bioretention Please! A Collaboratively Developed Project Delivery Framework for Improved WSUD Outcomes Daniel Niven and Malcolm Eadie,  Premise

What a Croc! Development Planning and Stormwater Management in the NT Dr Ian Hollingsworth, Horizon Environmental Soil Survey and Evaluation

High Efficiency Sediment Basin at New Oakleigh Mine Site: Review of Performance and Lessons Learnt Chris Gimber, KBR

Integrated Water Cycle Management - How Do Rainwater Tanks Stack Up? Sally Boer, E2Designlab

Evaluation and Development of New Green Life Alternatives for Bioretention Swales and Erosion Todd Layt, Ozbreed Pty Ltd

The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men… Coffs Harbour Slipway - Contaminated Lands Rehabilitation Kurt Laboyrie, The NSW Soil Conservation Service

Bioretention System Design Criteria for Habitat and Landscape Amenity Dr Courtney Henderson, AECOM

Living Infrastructure – Just Add Stormwater Kim Markwell, E2Designlab

Operation of High Efficiency Sediment Basins Butch Uechtritz, Turbid Stormwater Solutions

QGIS and Batchy to Support Stormwater Modelling Daniel Knott, Water Modelling Solutions