Yeah, What Lester Said - An Exhibition and Panel on Sustainability in Design presents Navigating the Nuts and Bolts of Stormwater Infrastructure
In this presentation we dove dive into two newly designed (2019) built Green Stormwater Infrastructure projects in Detroit, Michigan. These projects include: The Sacred Heart Church parking renovation and The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History’s Sankofa Permeable Pavers Project.
Our panelists and presenters compared and contrasted learnings for how these practices are informed by triple bottom line benefits for many stakeholders, lessons learned and the nuts and bolts (funding, designing, implementing, maintaining) and the various returns on investments that are gained from building and shifting organizations toward greener infrastructure.
3:26 - Jodee Raines - Triple Bottom Line & Stormwater Hub
12:58 - Leslie Tom - Water champion : Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
28:31 - Valerie Strassberg - Water champion: Sacred Heart Church, The Nature Conservancy
55:40 - Panel Discussion: Patrick Judd, ECT; Andrew McDowll, Smithgroup, moderated by Patrick Droze, OHM Advisors
What's your experience with Green Stormwater Infrastructure?