When it comes to protecting the environment, conservation commissions are on the front line, working within communities to protect their natural resources. With six of our engineers currently serving as conservation commissioners in their local communities, many others serving in the past, and our 28 years of experience working with conservation commissions throughout the Commonwealth for project approvals, Nitsch Engineering is proud to support the work that the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions (MACC) is doing to protect wetlands, open space, and biological diversity by providing education and advocacy for conservation commissions.
On Saturday, May 5, 2018, Nitsch Engineering is excited to provide training for current conservation commissioners and staff as part of MACC’s Fundamentals Certificate Program.
From 9:00 – 11:30 a.m., Project Manager Marc Gabriel, PE, CPESC, and Senior Project Engineer Owen Wartella, PE, CPESC, LEED AP BD+C will present Unit 205, Effective Erosion and Sediment Control. This program provides an overview on soil erosion and best management practices to consider while reviewing permit applications, as well as what to use on the ground.
From 12:30 – 3:00 p.m., Vice President and Chief Engineer Sandra Brock, PE, CFM, LEED AP BD+C will present Unit 206, Stormwater Requirements for Wetlands Protection. This program offers an overview on stormwater hydrology and how to apply important Massachusetts Stormwater Standards during review of permit applications.