Register by Monday, October 24. To register, click here.
Come out, socialize with your fellow NCS members, and meet your new Board of Directors, for the first time in years!
RiverRenew is a major infrastructure program to address combined sewer overflows (CSOs) to Alexandria, Virginia's waterways. RiverRenew is one of the most expeditious CSO programs in the United States - resulting from political pressures and a new law requiring the abatement of CSOs by July 2025.
This presentation will focus on the technical solution - a storage/conveyance tunnel system designed to comply with strict regulatory requirements, the Program's design-build procurement approach to meet the aggressive schedule, and the selection of the right alternative to meet the needs of the community and Alexandria, Virginia's unique political landscape.
WHEN: Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
WHERE: Hilton Arlington, 950 North Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia.
FEE: Registration on or before October 24: $45. Walk-in/Late registrations: $55. Life Members [age 65+]: $25. Students: $10.
One (1.0) Professional Development Hour (PDH) will be awarded for attendance.
About the Speakers
Kevin Coles, PE & Isabella Evangelista, EIT
Kelvin Coles, P.E., serves as the Deputy Design Manager for RiverRenew as part of the Owner's Advisor Team. He has over 13 years of experience planning, designing, and managing small- and large-scale civil and water resource infrastructure projects in urban environments. He is a Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering from Old Dominion University.
Isabella Evangelista serves as a Project Engineer for RiverRenew as part of the Owner's Advisor Team. She has over 2 years of experience supporting the RiverRenew team with design and construction submittal reviews, project sustainability, and risk management. She is an EIT in the Commonwealth of Virginia and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The George Washington University.