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2011 ASFPM National Conference May 15–20, 2011 | Louisville, KY Flood Risk Management: The Winning Ticket POCKET GUIDE Conference Team ASFPM 2011 CONFERENCE TEAM May 15 - 20, 2011, Louisville, KY Local Host Team Members of Kentucky Association of Mitigation Managers & Ohio Floodplain Management Association: Louie Greenwell, GISP, CFM, Team Leader; Alicia Silverio, CFM, Volunteers Coordinator. Team Captains: Emily Frank, Josh Human, Carey Johnson, Shawn Moore, CFM, Lori Rafferty, PE, CFM Program Coordinator Steve McMaster, CFM Ideation, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org Conference Directors Chad M. Ross, CFM Diane A. Brown email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org ASFPM Staff Lisa Bronson Sam Medlock, JD, CFM email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Nancy Dunham Debbie Pond email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Anita Larson Jason Schneeberger email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Kait Laufenberg, CFM Jeff Stone, GISP, CFM email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Alan Lulloff, PE, CFM Katrien Werner email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org George Riedel, CFM Chad Berginnis, CFM Larry Larson, PE, CFM email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com ASFPM Executive Office 2809 Fish Hatchery Road, Suite 204 • Madison, WI 53713 608-274-0123, Fax: 274-0696 • www.floods.org i Table of Contents i ........................................................................................ Conference Team 1 ....................................................................................... Table of Contents 2 ..................................................... Welcome and General Information 3 ................................................................. Meeting Room Assignments Conference Sponsors 4 ..............................................................................................Our Sponsors The Conference Program 18..............................................................................Saturday and Sunday 20........................................................................................................Monday 23........................................................................................................Tuesday 37.................................................................................................Wednesday 49......................................................................................................Thursday 61............................................................................................................Friday Center Spread (pgs. 32-33) .................. Meeting Room Floor Plans Last 2 Pages ....................................................Conference At-A-Glance Carry a smart phone? Check out the mobile app version of this Pocket Guide, with the full program and many extras, at www.taylorengineering.info. Thanks to our sponsors Taylor Engineering! 1 General Information WELCOME! Welcome to the 35th Annual National Conference of the Association of State Floodplain Managers! We’re glad that you could join us in Louisville. This Pocket Guide will help you get the most out of your week, so be sure to keep it close at hand. YOUR NAME BADGE IS REQUIRED TO GET YOU INTO EVERYTHING YOU REGISTERED TO ATTEND; YOU MUST WEAR IT ALL WEEK IN ORDER TO BE ADMITTED. If you have questions, see ASFPM staff at the registration desk or ask one of the local host volunteers - they will be wearing visbile vests while on duty. Please enjoy your week as you delve into the most comprehensive floodplain management training & networking opportunity in the world! General Information Registration Desk 2nd Floor Foyer The Registration Desk is located on the 2nd floor near the UPS Store. They will be open to serve you from 7:30-5 Sunday, 7-5 Monday-Thursday and 7:30-Noon Friday. Registration will close during the plenary sessions and luncheons. Program HQ and Speaker Prep Room Beckham Program Coordinator Steve McMaster, A/V Coordinator Jason Schneeberger, and numerous volunteers will be available to assist you with program and A/V concerns throughout the week. Speakers may practice their presentations here and get them queued up for the sessions. Local Host / Volunteer HQ Collins The local host team, consisting of members of the Kentucky and Ohio Chapters, coordinates the volunteers required for the many duties it takes to help operate the conference. This room is on the 2nd floor. Message Board 2nd Floor Foyer The message board will display special notices, schedule or room changes, phone messages, job postings, ticket ex- changes, menus, ride-sharing, and other information. It is by Registration. 2 Meeting Room Assignments MEETING ROOM ASSIGNMENTS All on-site conference activities take place at the Galt House Hotel & Suites, 140 N. 4th St., Louisville, KY. The location of each session is listed to the right of the event name. The technical concurrent session program follows eight general themes during those blocks Tuesday through Thursday. Track # .............................................................................. Title 1 ..................................................................... Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans 2 ..................................................................................Showcase Sessions 3 .......................................National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) 4 .............................................................................Flood Loss Mitigation 5 .....................................................................................Levees and Dams 6 ...................NAI, Success Stories, and Community Engagement 7 ......................................................Floodplain Mapping: Technology 8 ......................................................Floodplain Mapping: Application First Timers Orientation will be held Sunday at 3:00pm and 5:00pm, Monday at 10:00am and 3:00pm, and Tuesday at 10:00am. New attendees should plan to attend one of these 15-minute sessions to help you get the most out of the week! Meets near Registration. Meeting Room Abbreviations 2nd & 3rd Floor Meeting Rooms ................................................ Name 2nd Floor Grand Ball Room ...................................Grand Ballroom 2nd Floor Exhibit Hall .......................................................................Exh. Registration, 2nd Floor Foyer ......................................................Reg. Field Tours Departure Point – “Bus Load” The bus loading area is outside the front door, directly below the conference registration desk, just outside the southwest entrance to the Galt House, near the parking garage. 3 Agency Sponsors Agency Sponsors Kentucky Association of Mitigation Managers Ohio Floodplain Management Association Ohio DNR Louisville MSD Nebraska DNR FEMA Region IV Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau PARTNERING MORE POWERFULLY AECOM…Creating, enhancing and sustaining the world’s built, natural and social environments. www.aecom.com 4 Flood Risk Management… We have the experience to fulfill your project needs. Water Resources • Floodplain Modeling Hazard Mitigation • Watershed Assessment For more information, contact: Vince DiCamillo, CFM • vdicamillo@G-and-O.com (P) 301.982.2898 • Visit us at: G-and-O.com 5 Working with ASFPM to continually strengthen our nation's approach to oodplain management. www.noaa.gov 6 Zimmerman Associates, Inc. IT Systems Design and Development Libraries and Digital Archives www.zai-inc.com Clearinghouse and Distribution Centers Records Management Engineering Services Remote Sensing www.zai-inc.com How can ZAI assist you? Contact: Brenda Walguarnery Senior Vice President Bus: 410.712.7440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ZAI - POWERING THE CUSTOMER AND DATA SERVICES COMPONENTS FOR RISK MAP Powered by ZAI Dale A. Lehman, PE, CFM 301.670.3355 email@example.com www.urscorp.com Ingenuity Driving Sustainability PLAN ENGINEER MAP PRESERVE 7 StAntec iS One teAm PROViDing infinite SOlutiOnS. Environmental Management Services: Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling Digital Flood Insurance Rate Mapping Geographic Information Systems Risk Assessment and Analysis AD-DA-SBR-2011APR19-P1V1 Hazard Mitigation Planning Mitigation Project Funding and Implementation Emergency Management and Support Endangered Species Act Compliance Global Expertise. Local Strength. 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George Athanasakes, PE, Wanda Lawson, Stantec Consulting Services 18 Sunday, May 15 Free Walk-In Information Sessions 1:00-5:00 Honing Your Presentation Skills Jones Instructors: Tom Hirt, CFM, FEMA Emergency Management Institute; Steve McMaster, CFM, Ideation Inc., ASFPM Program Coordinator 2:00-4:00 FloodManager – Experience Wilson A Town at Risk Instructor: Curtis B. Beitel, PE, CFM, HDR Engineering 3:00-3:15 First Timers Orientation Reg. 3:00-3:30 Break 2nd Floor 5:00-5:15 First Timers Orientation Reg. 5:30-6:30 State Floodplain Managers & Hazard Mitigation Officers Meet and Greet (by invitation) 7:00-10:00 Welcome Fest Belvedere Overlook Reacquaint with past friends and meet new ones at this Kentucky-style picnic! Co-Sponsored by NOAA & AMEC Co-Host: Kentucky Association of Mitigation Managers 19 Monday, May 16 Monday, May 16, 2011 Technical Field Tours Bus Load 8:00-1:00 Bourbon & Green Infrastructure Noon-4:00 Louisville Flood Protection System Training Workshops 8:00-Noon Grant Writing 101 Brown 8:00-10:00 Part I: What You Really Need to Know to be a Winner! Instructors: R. Josh Human, University of Louisville; Justin Gray, Louisville & Jefferson County MSD 10:00-Noon Part II: FEMA Mitigation Grants – Determining if Your Project is Fundable Instructors: Todd Chochran, CFM, Jeff House, CFM, Manhard Consulting, Ltd. Flood Insurance for the Floodplain Breathitt Manager (G282.1) Instructors: Susan Wilson, CFM, FEMA Region IV; Bruce Bender, Bender Consulting Services, ASFPM Insurance Committee Co-Chair Local Floodplain Administrator Nunn Roles & Responsibilities (G194.1) Instructors: Jamie Huff, CFM, FEMA Region X; Rhonda Montgomery, CFM, FEMA HQ The Role of Green Infrastructure Stanley In Changing Stormwater Management Approaches & Regulations Instructors: Lisa Hair, PE, USEPA; J. William Brown, PE, City of Arlington, TX Using LiDAR to Build HEC-RAS McCreary Models & Delineate Floodplains for FEMA LOMRs using the Watershed Modeling System (WMS) Instructor: Clark Barlow, PE, CFM, Aquaveo, LLC 20 Monday, May 16 USGS Flood-Frequency Analysis Carol Ford and Related Floodplain Management Tools Part I: Flood-Frequency Analysis Overview Instructors: Robert Mason, PE, Tim Cohn, PhD, USGS 1:00-5:00 USGS Flood-Frequency Analysis Carol Ford and Related Floodplain Management Tools Part II: Flood-Frequency Determination Instructors: Robert Mason, PE, Kate Flynn, USGS CNMS Workshop – I Have a Mapping Nunn Issue, Now What? Instructors: Rick Sacbibit, PE, FEMA HQ; Carey Johnson, Kentucky Division of Water Improving Public Safety from Stanley Flash Floods with Advanced Warning Systems & Social Science Methods Instructors: Glenn Austin, National Hydrologic Warning Council; Edward Clark, NOAA National Weather Service Levee Safety in the US McCreary Instructors: Eric Halpin, PE, Tammy Conforti, PE, CFM, US Army Corps of Engineers The Map Amendment and Map Brown Revision Process Instructors: M. Saleem Ashraf, PhD, PE, Andrew N. Brown, CFM, Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. Free Walk-In Information Sessions 1:00-5:00 Presenter Training for the 3D Breathitt Flood Model: A Hands-On Workshop for Education & Outreach Instructors: Mark Walton, CFM, NOAA National Weather Service; Tom McDonald, CFM, City of Savannah, GA 21 Monday, May 16 National Policy Issues Discussions 8:00-9:00 General FPM Policy Issues French Overview and Legislative Update 9:00-9:30 Break 2nd & 3rd Floors 9:30-Noon Floodproofing Stopher Mitigation Coe Mapping & Eng. Standards French International Issues Jones Professional Development Taylor Training & Outreach Segell 10:00-10:15 First Timers Orientation Reg. Noon-1:00 Lunch on your own National Policy Issues Discussions 1:30-3:30 Coastal Issues French Stormwater Management, Coe No Adverse Impact, and Natural & Beneficial Functions Arid Regions Issues Stopher Flood Insurance Segell Floodplain Regulations Jones 3:00-3:15 First Timers Orientation Reg. 3:00 - Silent Auction Reg. 8th Annual FUNdraising activity for the ASFPM Foundation 4:00-5:00 ASFPM Members Meeting French 4:00-7:00 CFM Exam Taylor 5:00-7:00 Exhibits Grand Opening Exh. 7:00 . . . Dinner on your own, enjoy your evening 22 Tuesday, May 17 Tuesday, May 17, 2011 8:30-10:00 Plenary Session 1 Grand Ballroom Welcome Address: Mayor Greg Fischer, City of Louisville THE STARTING GATE: The Vision for Managing Risk to People, Property, and Natural Resources. It is critical that this nation work to reduce the flood risk to lives, property, and to the natural functions and resources in floodplains in order to create sustainable communities. What is the vision for minimizing damages to floodplain ecosystems and managing flood risk? What examples of good practices exist? 1. Partnership Comprehensive Effort: Working Together to Achieve Multiple Benefits. Mark P. Smith, Director, Eastern U.S. Freshwater Program, The Nature Conservancy 2. Local Comprehensive Effort: Louisville KY Metro Area. Herbert “Bud” Schardein, Jr., Executive Director, Metropolitan Sewer District of Louisville and Jefferson County 3. Regional Comprehensive Effort: Milwaukee WI Metro Area. Kevin Shafer, Executive Director, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District Moderator: Greg Main, CFM, ASFPM Chair; State Floodplain Manager, Indiana DNR 10:00-10:15 First Timers Orientation Reg. 10:00-10:30 Break, Exhibits Exh. Silent Auction 23 Tuesday, May 17 Workshops and Training 10:00-Noon Evaluation of Scour at Bridge Stanley Foundations on Rock, The Newest Technology Instructor: Su Mishra, PhD, PE, HDR Engineering Into the 21st Century: Making Morrow Protection & Restoration of Natural Floodplain Functions a Key Water Resource Objective Instuctors: Jon Kusler, Esq., PhD, Association of State Wetland Mangers; David Conrad, National Wildlife Federation 10:30-Noon Concurrent Session A A-1 Understanding and Managing Breathitt Sea Level Rise Moderator: Jeff Sparrow, PE, PMP, CFM, Michael Baker Corporation, ASFPM Region 3 Director Preliminary Efforts to Establish a Sea-Level Rise Advisory Mapping Layer for the National Flood Insurance Program. Brian K. Batten, PhD, CFM, Dewberry; Mark Crowell, FEMA-HQ New Mapping Tool and Techniques for Visualizing Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Flooding Impacts. Doug Marcy, NOAA Coastal Services Center Assessing Changing Coastal Flood Hazard Risk in Response to Projected Changes in Sea-Level and Storminess. John Dorman, CFM, Kenneth Ashe, PE, CFM, North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program. A-2 CDM Showcase: Jacksonville, FL – Nunn A Modeling, Mapping, Community Engagement Story. Moderator: Michael F. Schmidt, PE, BCEE, CDM A Comprehensive Master Plan with Floodplain Protection Goals. Michael F. Schmidt, P.E., BCEE, Patrick Victor, P.E., DWRE, CDM Mapping the Risk and Engaging the Public: The Key to a Successful Public Outreach Program. Lisa Sterling, PE, Sandeep Gulati, CFM, Patrick 24 Tuesday, May 17 Victor, PE, DWRE, CDM; John Pappas, Kristen Beach, City of Jacksonville, FL Using the Power of SWMM Unsteady Modeling for CLOMR Applications. José Maria Guzmán, PE, Gaston Cabanilla, PE, CFM, Sandeep Gulati, CFM, Michael F. Schmidt, PE, BCEE, Tom Nye, Seungho Song, PE, CFM, CDM A-3 Building Codes and Carol Ford Floodplain Management Moderator: Stephen Mitchell, CBO, CFM, City of Pascagoula, MS What Happens when Building Departments Fail to Enforce NFIP’s Guidelines. William C. Bracken, PE, CFM, Bracken Engineering Flood Design Code Master. Christopher P. Jones, PE, Christopher Jones & Assoc.; John Ingargiola, CBO, CFM, FEMA-HQ Putting Higher Standards into Today’s Building Codes... Wait, They’re Already in There? Adrienne Sheldon, PE, CFM, URS Corporation; John Ingargiola, CBO, CFM, FEMA-HQ A-4 Mitigation Techniques for Stopher Difficult Flood Problems Moderator: Molly O’Toole, PE, DWRE, CFM, Molly O’Toole & Associates, Ltd. Using all the Tools for Success – Flood Mitigation in SPAM Town. Brad Woznak, PE, CFM, SEH, Inc.; Jon Erichson, PE, City of Austin, MN Louisiana Community Achieves Mitigation Success with First Elevation Project. Jeffrey S. Heaton, Providence; Holly L. Fonseca, St. Charles Parish Tunnel of Love or Tunnel Vision - Addressing a Century of Major Flooding in the Passaic River Basin. John A. Miller, PE, CFM, Princeton Hydro, LLC 25 Tuesday, May 17 A-5 Flood Risk Management & Jones Levees in a Changing Climate Moderator: John McShane, CFM, US EPA Panelists: Sam Riley Medlock, JD, CFM, ASFPM; David Conrad, National Wildlife Federation; Shana Udvardy, American Rivers A-6 RiskMAP Outreach & Discovery Process Coe Moderator: Diane Calhoun, CFM, Michael Baker, Jr., Inc., ASFPM Chapter District 3 Director Making Flood Risk Real – RiskMAP and Risk Communication Opportunities. Kathleen Schaefer, PE, CFM, FEMA Region IX; Lisa Messano, CFM, Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Empowering Community Ownership Through RiskMAP - The Region VI Approach. Gary Zimmerer, PE, FEMA Region VI; Michael Anderson, PE, DWRE, CFM, DHI Water and Environment What People Know about Flood Risk: Results of the RiskMAP Nationwide Surveys. Vincent J. Brown, FEMA-HQ A-7 General Modeling Issues French Moderator: David Knipe, PE, CFM, Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources, ASFPM Mapping & Engineering Standards Committee Co-Chair A Holistic and Integrated Approach to Floodway Modeling/Delineation. Michael A. Hanson, PE, LEED AP, Shweta Chervu, PE, CFM, Dewberry Analyzing Downstream Impacts Associated with the Proposed Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Project Using Unsteady HEC-RAS. Gregg Thielman, PE, CFM, Houston Engineering, Inc.; April Walker, PE, CFM, City of Fargo, ND ‘Art’ of Calibration in the ‘Science’ of H&H Modeling. Amit Sachan, PE, CFM, Dewberry; Robert Billings, PE, PH, CFM, Mecklenburg County 26 Tuesday, May 17 A-8 Technology & Risk Communication Segell Moderator: David Stroud, CFM, AMEC Earth & Environmental State of Hawaii Flood Hazard Assessment Tools. Steven Lettau, Onyx Group; Carol Tyau-Beam, PE, CFM, State of Hawaii Dept of Land and Natural Resources FloodZone3D, Using Technology to Convey Flood Risk to the Public. Bill Tingle, PG, CFM, Tim Trautman, PE, CFM, Mecklenburg Co. Storm Water Services The New and Improved MapViewer. Howard K. Davis, GISP, CFM, Mark Sengamalay, Zimmerman Associates, Inc. Noon-1:30 Keynote Luncheon Grand Ballroom Sponsored by Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. AND THEY’RE OFF!: Watershed Approaches to Reduce Flood Risk in the Napa Valley. Jill Techel, Mayor, Napa, CA ASFPM Foundation Update Technical Field Tour 1:45-5:00 Falls of the Ohio and Bus Load McAlpine Lock & Dam Training Workshop 1:45-5:00 Mitigation & Sustainability or Stanley Litigation & Misery: Choose the Ticket to Your Community’s Future! Instructors: Edward A. Thomas, Esq., Michael Baker Jr., Inc.; David Mallory, PE, CFM, Urban Drainage and Flood Control District 27 Tuesday, May 17 1:45-3:15 Concurrent Session B B-1 2010 Flood Events in Review Breathitt Moderator: Michael D. Hunnicutt, CFM, FEMA Louisiana Recovery Office The Great March Floods of 2010 in Rhode Island. Edward J. Capone, CFM, NOAA/National Weather Service The Significance of the 2010 Pakistan Floods to the United States. Zachary Baccala, CFM, Atkins Nashville Flood Recovery Efforts – Assessing Damage to Homes and Stormwater Infrastructure. Cynthia Popplewell, PE, CFM, Bimal Shah, AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc. B-2 AECOM Showcase: Nunn Floodplain Mapping Technology Moderator: Joe Chapman, PE, CFM, AECOM The New FIS: What has Changed and What Does the Future Hold? Andy Bonner, PE, CFM, AECOM; Scott McAfee, GISP, CFM, FEMA Region IX GIS Tools and Technologies for Coastal Flood Studies. Chris Mack, PE, AECOM Proposed Landuse Categories for WHAFIS Modeling on County-wide Scales. Paul Carroll, PE, AECOM B-3 Regulations Carol Ford Moderator: Wayne Berggren, CFM, FEMA Louisiana Recovery Office The Model Manufactured Home Installation Standards & FPM: How We Roll in Mississippi. Angela Barial, CFM, Al Goodman, CFM, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency FEMA Building Science Publication Update Overview. Adam Reeder, PE, CFM, Atkins; John Ingargiola, CBO, CFM, FEMA-HQ; Scott Tezak, PE, URS Corporation Flood Damage-Resistant Materials Pre-standard. Julia Moline, CFM, Dewberry; John Ingargiola, CBO, CFM, FEMA-HQ 28 Tuesday, May 17 B-4 State Mitigation Programs Stopher Moderator: Stephen Smith, CFM, Greenhorne & O’Mara Building Safer, Smarter and Stronger: A State’s Commitment of Avoiding Future Losses. Shane Rauh, CFM, LEM, Shaw Environmental and Infrastructure Ohio EMA Remains “SHARPP” in the Fields of Mitigation and RiskMAP. Steve Ferryman, CFM, Jonathan Sorg, CFM, Ohio Emergency Management Agency An Ounce of Prevention: Vermont’s Strategies for Managing Rivers toward Equilibrium. Ned Swanberg, CFM, Rebecca Pfeiffer, CFM, Vermont Agency of Natural Resources B-5A Restoring Beneficial Functions Jones After a Structural Project Moderator: Kimberly Bitters, CFM, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, ASFPM Natural and Beneficial Functions Committee Co-Chair Increasing Resiliency to Floods: The Role of Dam Removal in Flood Management. Sara Strassman, CFM, American Rivers Implementation of a Non-structural Alternative to Levee Repair Under the Corps of Engineers’ P.L. 84-99 Authority: The Green Island, Iowa, Levee and Drainage District. Jerry Skalak, CFM, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District Gold Ray Dam Removal – Management of Sediments on Mapped Floodplains. Shane K. Cline, PE, Brian J. Doeing, PE, CPESC, DWRE, HDR Inc. 29 Tuesday, May 17 B-5B Risk Assessment Tools for French Dam Breaches Moderator: Bob Davies, PE, PH, CFM, AMEC Earth & Environmental, ASFPM Arid Regions Committee Co-Chair Dam Hazard Consequence Assessment Pilot Studies. James Demby, PE, National Dam Safety Program – FEMA-HQ; Sam Crampton, PE, CFM, Dewberry A New Era in Inundation Mapping: Using GIS to Develop Dam Breach Modeling and Mapping. Scott Arends, PE, CFM, Anthony K. Comerio, PE, CFM, Hanson Professional Services, Inc. Consequence Estimation for Dam Failure Scenarios. Kurt Buchanan, CFM, US Army Corps of Engineers B-6 Levee Outreach Coe Moderator: John Devine, FEMA Region V Levee Outreach and Coordination in FEMA Region V. Roger Denick, PE, CFM, STARR; Suzanne Vermeer, PE, CFM, FEMA R-V Levees – The Unrecognized Risks and How We Will Correct Common Misconceptions. Bill Blanton, CFM, FEMA; Ann Terranova, URS Corporation NRCS Dam Hazard Evaluation and Flood Hazard Risk Identification and Communication - A Kentucky Case Study. Jon Keeling, PE, CFM, Stantec; Sonya Keith, Natural Resources Conservation Service B-8 RiskMAP Guidance, Segell Specifications, and Metrics Moderator: Matt Koch, PE, CFM, AECOM The Art of Making Sausage (or Guidance from FEMA Headquarters). Louie Greenwell, GISP, CFM, Stantec; Mary Jo Mullen, PE, FEMA-HQ 30 Tuesday, May 17 Defining, Measuring, and Monitoring Success for RiskMAP. Kelly Bronowicz, FEMA-HQ; Don Armour, PE, STARR An Informative Session on FEMA’s Scientific Resolution Panels. David N. Bascom, FEMA-HQ 3:15-3:45 Break, Exhibits, Silent Auction Exh 3:45-5:15 Concurrent Session C C-1 ASFPM Coastal Issues Breathitt Committee Sponsored Session – Beach Management: How Shifting Legal and Policy Frameworks May Affect State/Local Efforts to Reduce Risk Moderator: Alison Hardin, CFM, City of Myrtle Beach, ASFPM Coastal Issues Committee Co-Chair Speakers: Ed Thomas, Esq., Michael Baker Jr., Inc.; Chris Mack, PE, AECOM C-2 Dewberry Showcase: Bringing Nunn RiskMAP Products and Tools to Life Moderator: Grant Smith, PE, CFM, Dewberry CNMS: Increased Spatial Resolution of Risk Exposure for Project Prioritization. Mathew Mampara, PE, CFM, Dewberry; Jason Rutter, CFM, CoreLogic RiskMAP products – Early Implementation in FEMA Region II. Milver Valenzuela, PMP, CFM, GISP, Scott Choquette, CFM, Dewberry; Alan Springett, FEMA Region II How Sweet the Suite of RiskMAP Products is for Metro Atlanta: A Sneak Peek at Early Implementation of RiskMAP Products Developed for Georgia’s Upper Chattahoochee River Basin Project. Shannon Brewer, CFM, Dewberry 31 Floor Plan - Second Floor 32 Plan - Third Floor 33 Tuesday, May 17 C-3A Post Disaster Activities Carol Ford Moderator: Timothy Russo, CFM, FEMA Region IV Case Study: What Happens When There is an Insurance Settlement Before a Substantial Damage Determination is Made? Todd Richard, CFM, City of Findlay, OH Understanding Actions That Can Jeopardize Disaster Recovery Funding. Sherry Crouch, PE, CFM, David K. Brauner, CFM, CDM Increasing Resilience Through Unconventional Approaches: Lessons Learned in Haiti. Benjamin C. Korson, CFM, Michael Baker Corporation C-3B Warning Systems and Flood Prediction Segell Moderator: Jerry Louthain, PE, HDR U.S. National Weather Service Freshwater Prediction and Flood Warning Services: Status and Plans. Mary Mullusky, National Weather Service The National Hydrography Dataset - Geospatial Surface Water for the Nation. Jeff Simley, U.S. Geological Survey Development and Implementation of Flood- Inundation Warning Systems. K. Scott Jackson, PE, USGS C-4 Risk Assessment Tools And RiskMAP Stopher Moderator: Vince DiCamillo, CFM, Greenhorne & O’Mara The Diversity of HAZUS: Uses for HAZUS Beyond Mitigation Planning. Rob Flaner, CFM, Ed Whitford, Tetra Tech True Flood Loss Analysis: Integrating both Depth Grid and Specific Building Inventories. Jason Rutter, CFM, CoreLogic Using HAZUS for the Flood Risk Assessment Dataset within FEMA Risk-MAP Studies. Dr. Shane Parson, PE, CFM, URS Corporation; Craig Kennedy, PMP, CFM 34 Tuesday, May 17 C-5 Levee Acronym Fun: PALs & EAPs Jones Moderator: Roy McClure, CFM, FEMA Region IV Are you Ready? The City of Dallas Trinity River Levee System Emergency Action Plan (EAP). Jessica Baker, PE, CFM, Halff Associates; Elizabeth Fernandez, PE, LEED AP, City of Dallas, TX Race to Effective: Analysis and Mapping of the Tijuana River Expired PAL. Jeanne Finger, PE, CFM, AECOM; Ed Curtis, PE, CFM, FEMA Region IX The Levee Dilemma in Texas: Four Stories. Walter Skipwith, PE, DWRE, Wes Birdwell, PE, Halff Associates, Inc.; Garry Fennell, PE, CFM, City of Irving C-6 Innovative Risk Communication Coe Moderator: Bill Tingle, PG, CFM, Charlotte- Mecklenburg County, ASFPM Professional Development Committee Co-Chair Susquehanna Inundation Map Viewer: Enhancing Risk Communication through Partnership with Local Regulatory Agencies. Mohan Rajaseker, Stuart Geiger, CFM, Dewberry How to Build a Flood Level Marker -- The Gilbert White Memorial Project: Lessons Learned. Clancy Philipsborn, CFM Kentucky Risk Communication Toolbox. Kristen Martinenza, PE, CFM, FEMA Region IV; Carey Johnson, Kentucky Division of Water 35 Tuesday, May 17 C-7 Innovations in Floodplain French Mapping Technology Moderator: Kevin Donnelly, PE, CFM, Greenhorne & O’Mara iFlood - Mobile Flood Hazard Mapping. Josh Price, GISP, CFM, Tim Brink, PE, Atkins Optimizing Floodplain Delineation Through Surface Model Generalization - A Case Study in FEMA Region VII Iowa. Ginger Dadds, PE, CFM, Greenhorne & O’Mara Data, Maps and Risk: How Good is Good? Tropical Storm Nicole Case Study. Kenneth W. Ashe, PE, CFM, Thomas E. Langan, PE, CFM, North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program 5:00-6:30 Exhibits Social, Silent Auction Exh. 7:00-10:00 Ohio River Steamboats Join ASFPM and our Diamond Sponsors on board the Belle of Louisville and the Spirit of Jefferson. Network while enjoying the views on the Ohio River. Food, beverages, and entertainment will be provided on board. The boats are located on the river just below the Galt House. Sponsors: AECOM, Dewberry, Michael Baker, Jr., Inc., and URS 36 Wednesday, May 18 Wednesday, May 18, 2011 7:00-8:15 Early Bird Discussions Sessions Watershed-wide Techniques to Carol Ford Forward NAI Floodplain and Stormwater Management Watershed-wide coordination is crucial to the success of flood risk reduction efforts. Local activities such as integrated implementation of regulations, combined efforts to maximize preservation or rehabilitation of naturally beneficial floodplain functions, and aggressive education of public and elected officials leading to adoption of No Adverse Impact policies can make the difference in these efforts. Please join the NAI, NBF, and Stormwater committees to discuss these and other innovative techniques for watershed- wide floodplain management. Moderators: Terri Turner, AICP, CFM, Augusta- Richmond County, GA, ASFPM NAI Committee Co-Chair; Kimberly Bitters, CFM, Ohio DNR, ASFPM Natural & Beneficial Functions Committee Co- Chair ASFPM Non-Structural Nunn Floodproofing Committee This session will discuss some of the basic approaches to floodproofing or retrofitting a structure to make it less prone to flood damages. This will include all of the accepted floodproofing practices as well as other non-structural approaches to building protection. The session will also clarify the use of the term “Non-structural” as it applies to the Committee’s title and the methodologies associated with floodproof- ng. A discussion of building sciences related to floodproofing and applicable building codes will also be covered. The session will conclude with a group discussion of as many of the 37 Wednesday, May 18 impediments to floodproofing as time will allow, such as, loss of tax revenues to communities, poor communication of residual risks, and lack of incentives and disincentives. Moderators: ASFPM Nonstructural Floodproofing Committee Bridging the Gap: Linking the Breathitt National Flood Insurance Program and Mitigation Planning The NFIP and Natural Hazard Mitigation Planning are activities designed to reduce the affects of hazards on buildings and communities. Although some actions have been taken to ensure that the programs are acting in tandem, much more work needs to be done at the local level, so that communities gear their local ordinances to the amount of risk they face and protect their residences and businesses from damage. This presentation goes over the background of what has been done thus far under both the NFIP and Natural Hazard Mitigation Planning, and suggests ways that communities can close the gap between model ordinances and what needs to be done to reduce the risks from flooding to the residents of their community. Moderator: Bruce Bender, Bender Consulting Services, ASFPM Insurance Committee Co-Chair National Committee on Jones Levee Safety Update The National Committee on Levee Safety (NCLS) will briefly present the twenty recommendations they made to Congress regarding the development and implementation of a national levee safety program. The presentation will include the current status of the work in progress and offer sources of information regarding the work of the Committee. The short presentation will be followed by an open discussion to gain 38 Wednesday, May 18 feedback on the implications and impacts associated with adoption of the recommendations and flood risk behind and associated with levees. Moderator: Sam Medlock, JD, CFM, ASFPM Certification Maintenance 101 Segell Did you know that the CFM Certification Program is evaluated annually and compared with 23 different certification programs? Come and learn how we stack up. Your CFM is valuable; however, you must maintain your certification. Attend this session and share your experiences, frustrations, and recommendations on how to improve the system. The moderators will wear body armor and are ready to take your best shot. Moderators: Tom Morey, CFM, Certification Board of Regents President; John Ivey, CFM, ASFPM Professional Development Committee Liaison 8:30-10:00 Plenary Session 2 Grand Ballroom NAVIGATING THE TURN: Managing Flood Risk Associated with Levees via the Policy and Program Nexus of Flood Maps, Levees, and Flood Insurance 1. How is RiskMAP addressing this key policy and political nexus? Doug Bellomo, P.E., CFM, Director, Flood Hazard Mapping, Risk Analysis Division, FEMA-DHS 2. What are the Corps of Engineers programs and policies impacting levees? Alex Dornstauder, Deputy Chief, Office of Homeland Security, US Army Corps of Engineers 3. What challenges face communities and levee owners to manage and communicate flood risk? Jim Fiedler, PE, DWRE, President, National Association of Flood and Stormwater Management Agencies (NAFSMA); Chief Operating Officer, Water Utility Enterprise, Santa Clara Valley Water District 39 Wednesday, May 18 4. Connecting the Dots. Sam Riley Medlock, JD, CFM, Policy and Partnerships Program Manager, ASFPM Moderator: Sally McConkey, PE, CFM, ASFPM Vice Chair; Water Resources Engineer, INRS, Illinois State Water Survey Training Workshop 10:00-Noon Developing Quality Outreach Taylor Materials on a Shoestring Budget Instructors: Bill Robison, PE, CFM, City of Tulsa, OK; Dee Robison, CFM, Oklahoma Floodplain Management Association Technical Field Tour 10:00-2:00 Green Walking Tour Bus Load 10:00-10:30 Break, Exhibits, Silent Auction Exh. 10:30-Noon Plenary Session 3 Grand Ballroom THE BACK STRETCH: Federal Efforts to Integrate Flood Risk Management Approaches. Properly and effectively communicating today’s flood risk is a critical element in managing floodplains and watersheds in the future. The recent re- establishment of the Interagency Task Force will serve to invigorate this crucial concern. 1. HUD Programs supporting Flood Risk Management and Community Sustainability. Jim Lopez, Senior Advisor to HUD Deputy Secretary, HUD 2. USACE Flood Risk Management Program Vision and Actions. Karen Durham-Aguilera, Chief, Office of Homeland Security, US Army Corps of Engineers 3. FEMA’s Challenges and Opportunities for Managing Flood Risk and Floodplain Resources. Dr. Sandra Knight, PE, DWRE, Deputy Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administrator, Mitigation Division, FEMA-DHS Moderator: Larry Larson, PE, CFM, ASFPM Executive Director 40 Wednesday, May 18 Noon-1:30 Lunch on your own 12:30-1:15 Discussion Session Willis National Mitigation Alliance This session will focus on a new hazard mitigation partnership called the National Mitigation Alliance. The National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) is the lead organization, and ASFPM and the Natural Hazard Mitigation Association (NHMA) were the two organizations elected to join the NEMA Mitigation Committee to provide organizational leadership for the Alliance. Grab a sandwich and join us for a discussion with Chad Berginnis, ASFPM’s Associate Director, and Alessandra Jerolleman, NHMA’s Executive Director, about the Alliance, its purpose, and how the two organizations will be assisting in setting the direction of the Alliance. Moderator: Steve McMaster, CFM, Ideation, Inc., ASFPM Mitigation Committee Co-Chair 1:00-3:00 NFIP Reform Session Grand Ballroom Moderator: Mike Grimm, CFM, FEMA HQ 1:00-3:30 ASFPM Chapters Session McCreary Training Workshops 1:00-5:00 Building Public Support for Taylor Floodplain Management Instructors: Heidi Carlin, CFM, URS Corporation; Kimberly Bitters, CFM, Ohio Department of Natural Resources Evaluating Effects of Floodplain Morrow Modifications Using TUFLOW & SMS Instructors: Rusty Jones, PE, Aquaveo, LLC; Bill Syme, BMT WBM Australia Substantial Damage Estimator Stanley Instructors: Adrienne Sheldon, PE, CFM, URS Corporation; John Ingargiola, CBO, CFM, FEMA HQ 41 Wednesday, May 18 1:30-3:00 Concurrent Session D D-1 Coastal Adaptation to Sea-Level Breathitt Rise and Climate Change Moderator: Lynne Keating, CFM, FEMA Region IV A Cost-Effective Method for Determining if Your Community is at Risk from Sea-Level Rise and Recommendations to Modify Your Flood Provisions and Building Codes. Eric C. Coughlin, CFM, GISP, Adam J. Reeder, PE, CFM, Atkins Rising Tides: West Coast Sea Level Rise Implications for Infrastructure Improvements and Coastal Flood Protection. Darryl Hatheway, CFM, AECOM Changing Climate and Land Use: Consequences to 100-Year Flooding in the Lamprey River Watershed of New Hampshire. Dr. Cameron Wake, Fay Rubin, University of New Hampshire D-2 Tetra Tech Showcase: Nunn Navigating Your Levees Compliance, Variances, and Insurance Moderator: Ira Mark Artz, PE, Tetra Tech Levee Decertification and CRS: How a Catch-22 Can Catch You. Rob Flaner, CFM, Tetra Tech Research on the Effects of Woody Vegetation on Levee Performance. Maureen K. Corcoran, PhD, RPG, Joe Dunbar, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center Setback Levees: Hydraulic, Ecologic, and Economic Benefits. Tony Melone, PhD, PE, CFM, Tetra Tech Levee Seepage: Concerns, Evaluations, and Solutions. Pete Nix, PE, Tetra Tech FEMA Responses on Levee Certification Submittals. Patti Sexton, PE, CFM, Tetra Tech 42 Wednesday, May 18 D-3 Higher Standards Carol Ford Moderator: Bill Nechamen, CFM, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Going Beyond the Minimum: Why Two Iowa Communities Are Regulating Land Use in the 0.2% Flood Hazard Area. Julie Tallman, CPESC, CFM, City of Iowa City, IA Exceeding the NFIP Minimums: An Analysis of the Wisconsin Experience. Miriam G. Anderson, Amanda Schwoegler, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources How High is Enough? What is an Acceptable Level of Risk? Manny Perotin, PE, CFM, Adam Reeder, PE, CFM, Atkins D-4 Mitigation Planning Stopher Moderator: Jo Ann Howard, J.D., H2O Partners Next Generation Hazard Mitigation Plan Vulnerability Analysis Strategies to Integrate Core Data Sets into HIRAs: Highlights of RiskMAP Data Opportunities in State, Regional, and Local HIRA Updates. Deborah G. Mills, CFM, Dewberry; Tim W. Keaton, CFM, West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Historic Preservation in Light of Historic Devastation Part 4: Sacred Sites and Cultural Assets. Mike J. Robinson, CFM, AECOM Hazard Mitigation Planning: The Logical Starting Point for Comprehensive Floodplain Management Planning. Ronald D. Flanagan, CFM, Flanagan & Associates, LLC 43 Wednesday, May 18 D-6 Floodplain Management Coe Outreach & Program Analysis Moderator: Pat Glithero, FEMA Region V Enhancing Public Awareness, Education, Information, Outreach, and Understanding While Enhancing Sustainable Floodplain Management in Licking County Ohio. Jim Mickey, CF, FF2, OPSI, EMT, CFM, Jerry Brems, CFM, Licking County, OH Making it to the Winner’s Circle: The Role of Public Participation in Floodplain Management. Janet Meshek, PE, CFM, Rita Henze, Meshek & Associates, PLC Montana Floodplain Management Evaluation. Alan Lulloff, PE, CFM, ASFPM; Lynda A. Saul, Montana Department of Environmental Quality D-7 LiDAR French Moderator: Gary Outlaw, GISP, Merrick & Company Against All Odds: Assembling a Statewide LIDAR Coalition in Tough Economic Times. Carey Johnson, Peter Goodmann, Kentucky Division of Water; Scott Edelman, PE, AECOM; Steve McKinley, PE, URS Corporation; Mike Ritchie, PE, PhotoScience National Enhanced Elevation Data Assessment; Relevance to Floodplain Mapping. David F. Maune, PhD, CP, CFM, Dewberry; Gregory I. Snyder, U.S. Geological Survey Hydroenhancement of LiDAR Data to Support Floodplain Modeling. Mark W. Ellard, PE, CFM, Thomas Amstadt, PE, CFM, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.; Ed Beute, PSM, CP, Aerial Cartographics of America, Inc. D-8A Digital Vision in RiskMAP Segell Moderator: Tim Trautman, PE, CFM, Charlotte- Mecklenburg County, ASFPM Mitigation POD Facilitator 44 Wednesday, May 18 FEMA’s New Flood Risk Database - The Digital Heart of RiskMAP. Paul Rooney, GISP, FEMA-HQ; Louie Greenwell, GISP, CFM, Stantec Consulting Services Inc. D2E: Implementation of Digital Display Environment for Risk Products, North Carolina – Demonstration State. John Dorman, CFM, Kenneth Ashe, PE, CFM, North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program The Future Has Arrived! – A Must See Approach to State Flood Data Delivery. David Knipe, PE, CFM, Indiana Department of Natural Resources; Scott McAfee, CFM, GISP, FEMA Region IX D-8B International Perspective Jones On Floodplain Mapping Moderator: John Ruhl, PE, CFM, Black & Veatch Floodplain Mapping in Yuen Long and North Districts, Hong Kong. Adri Verwey, MSc, Deltares (Netherlands); K.P. Chan, Drainage Services Department, Hong Kong; May Tse, Mott MacDonald Hong Kong, Ltd. The Influence of the NFIP on International Flood Mapping Programs: Canada’s Flood Damage Reduction Program. Jennifer N. Anticknap, CFM, Atkins 2D or Not to 2D? – The Pros and Cons of 2D Flood Modeling. Bill Syme, BMT WBM (Australia) 3:00-3:30 Break, Final Exhibits, Silent Auction Closes Exh 3:30-5:00 Concurrent Session E E-1 Great Lakes Coastal Wave Modeling Breathitt Moderator: Catrina Covino, CFM, FEMA R-V Great Lakes Flood Hazard Mapping Overview. Ken Hinterlong, FEMA Region V; Greg Mausolf, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Great Lakes Flood Hazard Mapping Project - Data Development. Bruce Ebersole, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 45 Wednesday, May 18 Updated Great Lakes Coastal Methodology - Event vs. Response Analysis. Pete Zuzek, CFM, Baird and Associates E-2 USACE Showcase: Nunn Interagency Silver Jackets Teams Today: Practices and Opportunities in RiskMAP, Levee Safety Portfolio Management, Floodplain Management Services, and Planning Assistance to States Moderator: Manuela Johnson, Indiana Department of Homeland Security Speakers: Ryan McDaniel, Idaho Department of Water Resources Resource Protection Bureau; Eric Halpin, PE, USACE; Randy Behm, PE, CFM, USACE, Omaha District E-3 Floodplain Management Economics Carol Ford Moderator: Steve Cowdin, CFM, David Ford Consulting Engineers, Inc. Going Beyond Minimum NFIP Standards: Colorado’s Statewide Benefit/Cost Analysis. Troy Carmann, PE, CFM, ICON Engineering, Inc.; Kevin Houck, PE, CFM, Colorado Water Conservation Board Flood Protection and Ecosystem Services in the Chehalis Basin. David Batker, Earth Economics Flood Risk Management Through Buyouts: Long Term Cost Effectiveness. Esther White, MPA, UK Hazard Mitigation Grants Program E-4 ASFPM Nonstructural Flood- Stopher Proofing Committee Sponsored Session: Nonstructural Measures Reduce Flood Risk - Examples, Criteria, and Studies Moderator: Larry Buss, PE, CFM, ASFPM Nonstructural Floodproofing Committee Chair Nonstructural Flood Risk Reduction Considerations for the Red River of the North. Randall L. Behm, PE, CFM, USACE– Omaha District 46 Wednesday, May 18 Home Grown Floodproofing: Examples from the Field. French Wetmore, CFM, French & Associates, Ltd. Criteria for Maximum Elevation of Residential Buildings in Floodplains. William Coulbourne, PE, Applied Technology Council E-5 Running the Gauntlet: When Jones Locals Need to Modify Federally-Authorized Flood Control Projects Under Section 408 Moderator: Scott Shapiro, Esq., Downey Brand LLP Panelists: Eric Nagy, PE, Claire Marie Turner, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District (SPK); Chris Elliott, ICF International; William Panos, City of West Sacramento E-6 Stormwater Management Practices Coe Moderator: Lori Laster, CFM, Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District Green Management Practices - Prioritizing Projects for Stormwater, Combine Sewer Overflow Reduction and Floodplain Management (A Dollars and “Common Sense” Approach). Kari Ann Mackenbach, CFM, URS Corporation Stormwater Management In the Absence of Storms, Stormwater Management in the Las Vegas Valley. Kevin Eubanks, PE, CFM, Clark County Regional Flood Control District Urban Retrofitting to Meet Pre-Development Hydrology. Ted Blahnik, PE, Williams Creek Consulting, Inc. E-7 Flood Documentation and French Inundation Mapping Moderator: Andrea Ryon, PE, CFM, Michael Baker Corporation Martin Kentucky High Water Marks and Inundation Limit: A May 2009 Retrospective. Joe Trimboli, CFM, US Army Corps of Engineers 47 Wednesday, May 18 Innovative Collection and Applications of First Floor Elevation Data to Support Hazard Risk Management. Andrew Hadsell, PE, CFM, AMEC Earth & Environmental U.S. Geological Survey Flood Inundation Mapping Initiative. Scott E. Morlock, U.S. Geological Survey E-8 Using Technology for RiskMAP Segell Outreach Moderator: Bruce Bender, Bender Consulting Services, Inc., ASFPM Flood Insurance Committee Co-Chair A Website Suite of Tools for Tracking CNMS and RiskMAP Comparison Maps For Missouri’s CTP. Alicia Williams, CFM, Kevin Heeney, CFM, AMEC Earth & Environmental RiskMAP6.com: Bringing RiskMAP Products to Life. Diane Howe, CFM, FEMA Region VI; Jerri Daniels , CFM, RAMPP Using Technology to Involve the Public in the Remapping Process. Robert Billings, PE, PH, CFM, Tim Trautman, PE, CFM, Mecklenburg County Storm Water Services 5:15-6:30 RiskMAP Town Hall Grand Ballroom Moderator: Doug Bellomo, Director, FEMA Risk Analysis Division 5:30 - Dinner on your own, enjoy the evening 5:30-6:30 Foundation Donors and Brown Corporate Partners Reception and LIVE Auction (by invitation only) If you did not receive an invitation as a 2010 Foundation donor, you can still buy your way in! Just see Debbie Pond at the Conference Registration Desk on the 2nd Floor. 48 Thursday, May 19 Thursday, May 19, 2011 7:00-8:15 Regional Discussion Sessions Region 1 Carol Ford Region 2 Nunn Region 3 Breathitt Region 4 Jones Region 5 Segell Region 6 Stopher Region 7 Coe Region 8 French Region 9 McCreary Region 10 Taylor 8:30-10:00 Plenary Session 4 Grand Ballroom THE FINISH LINE: Managing Flood Risk and Natural Resource Risk in a Changing World. What tools can help us all reduce individual, com- munity, and corporate risk in the floodplains? Nothing is as powerful as an idea whose time has come! 1. Changes Impacting River and Coastal Natural Floodplain Functions and Resources. Margaret Davidson, Director, Coastal Services Center, NOAA 2. Wise Planning to Reduce Risk and Support Sustainable Communities. Jim Mullen, President, National Emergency Managers Association; Director, Washington State Emergency Management Division 3. How to Put a Value on Ecosystem Services. David Batker, Chief Economist and Executive Director, Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA Moderator: Chad Berginnis, CFM, ASFPM Associate Director 49 Thursday, May 19 10:00-10:30 Break Training Workshop 10:00-Noon Flood Determination Industry: Taylor Processes, Challenges, and Solutions Instructor: Cheryl Small, National Flood Determination Association 10:30-Noon Concurrent Session F F-1 Regional Coastal Study Updates Breathitt Moderator: Tom McDonald, CFM, City of Savannah, GA Coastal Flood Hazard Study for New Jersey & New York City. Jeff Gangai, CFM, Dewberry; Alan Springett, FEMA Region II Coastal Flood Hazards in San Francisco Bay—A Detailed Look at Variable Local Flood Responses. Krista Conner, Lisa Winter, Michael Baker Jr., Inc. FEMA Region IX California Coastal Analysis and Mapping Project (CCAMP) and the Open Pacific Coast Flood Studies. Darryl Hatheway, CFM, Vince Geronimo, PE, CFM, AECOM F-2 FEMA’s Flood Insurance & Nunn Mitigation Administration’s Risk Reduction Showcase Moderator: FEMA HQ FEMA Floodplain Management. Bret Gates, FEMA-HQ FEMA Mitigation Grants. Tony Hake, FEMA-HQ FEMA Building Sciences. Edward Laatsch, PE, FEMA-HQ F-4 Extreme Rain Events and Stopher Mitigation Challenges Moderator: Deborah Mills, CFM, Dewberry, ASFPM Flood Mitigation Committee Co-Chair Establishing an Improved National Capability for Collection of Extreme Storm and Flood Data. Robert R. Mason, Jr., PE, U.S. Geological Survey 50 Thursday, May 19 High Impact Weather Events - A Challenge for Hazard Mitigation Plans and Flood Response Plans. John F. Henz, CCM, Dewberry One Community’s Disaster: Turning It Into Another Community’s Warning. Kenton C. Ward, CFM, Hamilton County (Indiana) Surveyor’s Office; Peggy Shepherd, PE, CFM, Christopher B. Burke Engineering F-5 Levee Inspections and Levee Databases Jones Moderator: Ira Artz, PE, Tetra Tech Impacts and Implications Regarding the Integration of Levee Data from Multiple Organizations into the USACE National Levee Database. Michael J. Bishop CFM, Michael Baker Jr. Inc.; Erik Danielson, CFM, AECOM The ABCs of Periodic Inspection for the USACE Levee Safety Program. Patti Sexton, PE, CFM, Bob Gregalunas, PE, Tetra Tech, Inc. Using the National Levee Database Model in California. Dan Henderson, PMP, GISP, CFM, Atkins F-6 Stream Restoration Coe Moderator: Mary Searing, PE, DWRE, GISP, Greenhorne & O’Mara Assessing the Multiple Benefits of Pond Creek Ecological Restoration Opportunities. Matt Pillard, AICP, Rajat Das, PE, HDR Engineering, Inc. Integrated Approach to the Largest KDFWR Stream Restoration Design in Pulaski County, KY. Mark Everett, PE, AMEC Earth and Environmental Evaluating Stream Restoration and Floodplain Improvement Techniques in the Pinecliff Creek Watershed. Sudhanshu Mishra, PE, CFM, Alex Haptemariam, PE, CFM, Greenhorne & O’Mara 51 Thursday, May 19 F-7A Gridded Floodplain Data French Moderator: Darrin Punchard, AICP, CFM, AECOM RiskMAP Risk Assessment Product Suite Early Demonstration Using the Greenville County, SC CTP Project. Andy Bonner, PE, CFM, Daryle Fontenot, PE, CFM, AECOM Velocity Grids. Don Glondys, CFM, URS Corporation; John Ingargiola, CBO, CFM, FEMA-HQ New LiDAR-Based Tools for Visualizing the Flood Hazard: A RiskMAP Early Demonstration Project in Coos County, Oregon. Jed Roberts, CFM, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries F-7B Issues in Hydrology Carol Ford Moderator: Bo Juza, PhD, CFM, DHI Flood Hazard Assessment Challenges in Rain- on-snow Hydrology in Sierra Valley, California. Shyamal Chowdhury, PhD, CFM, Wood Rodgers, Inc.; Yiguo Liang, PhD, PE, California Department of Water Resources National Weather Service Flash Flood Program: DHM-TF a 2D Hydrologic Model Used to Identify the Location and Magnitude of Flooding. Edward Clark, NOAA National Weather Service SCS Dimensionless Rainfall Distributions: Should They Still be Used? Mark Forest, PE, CFM, Michael McMahon, HDR Engineering F-8 RiskMAP Early Demonstrations Segell And CTP Partnerships Moderator: David Key, PE, CFM, ESP Associates The Wabash River Joint Discovery Meeting Partnership. David Knipe, PE, CFM, Indiana Department of Natural Resources; Sally McConkey, PE, CFM, Illinois State Water Survey How Cooperating Technical Partners Make RiskMAP a Success. Kristen Martinenza, PE, CFM, FEMA Region IV 52 Thursday, May 19 RiskMAP Successes – Early Demonstration Projects. Beth Norton, Emily Hirsch, CFM, FEMA-HQ Noon-1:45 ASFPM Annual Grand Ballroom National Awards Luncheon Sponsored by URS . . . and invitation to the ASFPM 2012 Conference in San Antonio, TX, May 20- 25, 2012, hosted by Texas Floodplain Management Association. 2:00-3:30 Concurrent Session G G-1 Identifying and Breathitt Communicating Coastal Risks Moderator: Marco Bourne, Booz Allen Hamilton FEMA Region III Coastal Hazard Analyses and Outreach. Christine Estes Worley, PE, CFM, URS Corporation; Jeff Gangai, CFM, Dewberry; Robin Danforth, PE, CFM, Dave Bollinger, CFM, FEMA Region III Targeting Traditional Audiences with Non- Traditional Tools: The Successes and Challenges of StormSmart Connect. Wesley Shaw, Blue Urchin Consulting Risk Assessment: Identification of New Coastal Flood Hazard Analysis. Brian Caufield, P.E., CFM, Edie Vinson-Wright, CFM, CDM G-2 ASFPM International Nunn Committee Sponsored Session Moderator: Will Meyer, CFM, Booz Allen Hamilton, ASFPM International Committee Co-Chair; Bo Juza, CFM, DHI, ASFPM International Committee Liaison Panelists: Michael Buckley, Dewberry; Jose Maria Bodoque del Pozo, University of Castilla La Mancha; Vaclav Jirasek, Elbe River Basin Administration G-3 The NFIP and Environmental Carol Ford Concerns Moderator: Dave Fowler, CFM, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District 53 Thursday, May 19 The NFIP in Virginia and the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act, An Unintentional Cooperative Effort. Charley Banks, CFM, Virginia Department of Conservation & Recreation The Puget Sound NFIP Biological Opinion: Implications for Washington and Beyond. Dan Siemann, National Wildlife Federation, Pacific Region Multi-Purpose Flood Management in California’s Central Valley. John R. Cain, American Rivers G-4 Challenges for Applications Stopher And Implementation Moderator: Carver Struve, CFM, Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. Rapid Development of a Flood Acquisition Project. Drew Whitehair, Michael Baker Jr., Inc.; Chad Berginnis, CFM, ASFPM The Key: What FEMA Region IV and it’s State Partners are Doing to Unlock the Mysteries of Application Requirements for FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Assistance Grant Programs. H. Camille Crain, Jacky Bell, FEMA Region IV Capitalizing on Executive Order Authority for Mitigation. Mark Eberlein, FEMA Region X G-5 RiskMAP & Dam Failures Jones Moderator: Valerie Swick, CFM, Flood Control District of Maricopa County, ASFPM Chapter District 5 Director’ Adding Horsepower to Risk Assessments: Piloting Dam Failure Analyses in RiskMAP. Jason Wilson PE, CFM, Clay Campbell, CFM, AMEC Earth & Environmental Interim Guidance Procedures for FIRM Modeling of Dams or Dam-Like Structures. Edward Beadenkopf, PE, CFM, James K. Murphy, PE, CFM, URS Corporation Dam Inundation Analyses of McNeely Lake Dam in Jefferson County, KY. Melissa Armendt Tucker, PE, Lisa Brandenburg Bailen, PE, CFM, Stantec Consulting Services 54 Thursday, May 19 G-6 Mapping Outreach Coe Moderator: Garrett Skinner, CFM, Atkins Community Engagement in New England’s Floodplain Management Program. Amol Daxikar GISP, CFM, Firas Makarem, CFM, Tim Hillier, PE, CFM, CDM Winning in Overtime: Continuing Outreach after the FEMA Project is Complete. Collis O. Brown, CFM, Georgia Department of Natural Resources; Michael J. Taylor, PE, CFM, AECOM A True Outreach (Success) Story. Cece McKiernan, LEED AP, CFM, Environmental Consulting and Technology, Inc. G-7 Floodplain Mapping Processes French Moderator: Gerald Robinson, PE, CFM, Christopher B. Burke Engineering, Ltd., ASFPM Chapter District 2 Director The rFHL/NFHL & WIIFM (What’s In It For Me?). Michelle Bough, GISP, Andrea Weakland, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. Working with Community Based Hydrology in a Watershed World. Amy Bergbreiter, PE, CFM, Monica Urisko, PE, CFM, Atkins Implementing Automated Techniques to Improve Workflow. Mark A. Zito, GISP, CFM, CDM G-8 RiskMAP Early Demonstration Segell Moderator: Paul Woodward, PE, CFM, Olsson Associates, ASFPM Region 7 Director RiskMAP Pilot: Retrofitting a Map Mod project with RiskMAP Products. Kim Dunn, PE, CFM, Dewberry/RAMPP; Nikki L. Roberts, PE, FEMA Region III First Out of the Gate: A RiskMAP Early Demonstration Project for Madison County, AL. Katherine Osborne, Bradley Heilwagen, PE, CFM, AMEC Earth & Environmental 55 Thursday, May 19 Salt Creek Basin Flood Depth and Analysis Grids - RiskMAP Early Demonstration in the City of Lincoln, NE. William Zung, CFM, Jason Schneider, PE, CFM, Greenhorne & O’Mara 3:30-4:00 Break 4:00-5:30 1st Annual ASFPM Foundation Taylor Collegiate Student Paper Competition Moderator: Mike Klitzke, PE, CEM, CFM The Effect of Urban Development on Lag Time in the Banklick Creek Watershed, KY. Katelyn Toebbe, University of Louisville Uncertainty Analysis in Flood Inundation Mapping. Younghun Jung, Venkatesh Merwade, Purdue University Tsunami Vertical Evacuation Opportunities on the Washington Coast. Jeana Wiser, University of Washington 4:00-5:30 Concurrent Session H H-1 Coastal Data and Modeling Breathitt Moderator: Mark Osler, Michael Baker, Jr., Inc. Comparison of Wave Climate Analysis Techniques in Sheltered Waters. Timothy S. Hillier, PE, CFM, Lauren Klonsky, CDM Enhanced Mapping of Combined Rate or Return Values: Incorporation of 2-D Results. Guillermo Simón, PE, CFM, Taylor Engineering, Inc. Case Study on Impacts of Evolving Nearshore Bathymetry and Topography on Base Flood Elevations and Implications for Stakeholders. D. Michael Parrish, PhD, PE, CFM, Greenhorne & O’Mara, Inc. 56 Thursday, May 19 H-2 ASFPM’s Arid Regions Nunn Committee Sponsored Session Moderator: Jeanne M. Ruefer, PMP, CFM, Accenture, ASFPM Arid Regions Committee Co-Chair Updating Alluvial Fan Floodplain Delineation Guidelines (FEMA Appendix G) - Update on the Arid Regions Committee Discussion Paper. Jon Fuller, PE, RG, PH, CFM, JE Fuller/Hydrology & Geomorphology, Inc. A Comprehensive Approach to Alluvial Fan Floodplain Delineation: Next Steps for the Piedmont Flood Hazard Assessment Manual. Kathryn Gross, CFM, Greg Jones, PE, AICP, Flood Control District of Maricopa County Riverine Erosion Hazards & Floodplain Management: A White Paper. Jon Fuller, PE, RG, PH, CFM, JE Fuller/Hydrology & Geomorphology, Inc. H-3 Community Rating System Carol Ford Moderator: Edward A. Thomas, Esq., Michael Baker Corporation, ASFPM Region 1 Director NFIP Community Rating System: 2011 Program Update and Anticipated Changes for 2012. Bill Lesser, CFM, FEMA-HQ; French Wetmore, CFM, French & Associates, Ltd. The Colorado CRS Committee: An Awareness, Training, and Information Sharing Success Story. Marsha Hilmes-Robinson, CFM, City of Fort Collins, Colorado Lake in the Hills CRS from 10 to 7. Ralph C. Stark, Jr., PE, CFM, HR Green H-4A Decision-Making and Stopher Prioritizing Mitigation Options Moderator: John Miller, PE, CSM, CFM, Princeton Hydro A Structured Decision Support System For Flood Mitigation. Raymond Laine, Brett Lamass, UOW (Australia) 57 Thursday, May 19 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Flood Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction Plan. Timothy J. Trautman, PE, CFM, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services; Darrin R. Punchard, AICP, CFM, AECOM FEMA’s National Flood Mitigation Data Collection Tool (NT); Your Winning Ticket for the Triple Crown of NFIP Data Management, HMA Applications and Conducting CACs and CAVs. Errol Garren, CPCU, CFM, FEMA-HQ H-4B Stormwater Funding and Jones Mitigation Projects Moderator: Fernando Pasquel, Michael Baker Corporation ASCE 24-05 as a Standard for Flood Resistant Design and Construction. Eric Kenney, PE, CDM Vaughns Branch Hazard Mitigation Project. Greg Lubeck, PE, CFM, Lexington Fayette Urban County Government (KY) Funding Flood Mitigation While Frustrating Plaintiff Attorneys. Warren Campbell, PhD, PE, CFM, Western Kentucky University H-6 Transportation Issues in Coe Floodplain Management Moderator: Bori Touray, PE, CFM, Parsons Brinckerhoff City of Fort Worth’s Roadway Flood Hazard Assessment. Steven E. Eubanks, PE, CFM, City of Fort Worth, TX Multitasking Ecological Pavement Solutions for Municipal Stormwater Strategies that Deliver. Charles R. Taylor, Advanced Pavement Technology Permitting Floodplain Development – Oklahoma Helping Its Communities Achieve NAI. Leslie Lewis, PE, CFM, Oklahoma Department of Transportation ; Gavin Brady, CFM, Oklahoma Water Resources Board 58 Thursday, May 19 H-7 2-D Modeling Issues French Moderator: Steve Jencen, PE, CFM, Michael Baker Jr., Inc 2-D Modeling as a Calibration Tool for Riverine Floodplain Analysis in the Front Range of Colorado. Alan Turner, PE, CFM, Cory Hooper, PE, CFM, CH2M HILL Complex Urban Drainage in Houston Texas Solved with 2D Modeling. Matthew Manges, CFM, Derek St. John, PE, CFM, Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. 2-D Modeling of the Dallas Love Field Storm Drainage System. Dr. Gerardo Ocañas, PE, DWRE, CFM, Huitt-Zollars, Inc. H-8 Inundation Mapping Segell Moderator: Mark Riebau, PE, CFM, FEMA Region X Implementation of Graphical Flood Forecasting Inundation Maps for the Flint River in Albany, GA. Richard J. Lanier, Victor Hom, NOAA, National Weather Service Utilizing International Partnerships to Develop Flood Inundation Mapping on the Rio Grande. Erin Atkinson, PE, CFM, GISP, Halff Associates; Gregory P. Shelton, NOAA, National Weather Service QA/QC in the NOAA National Weather Service Flood Inundation Mapping Program. Kris Lander, PE, Victor Hom, NOAA, National Weather Service 59 Thursday, May 19 6:00-9:00 Fourth Street Live! SPONSORED BY AECOM Don’t miss this final opportunity to network with your colleagues and enjoy the best of several worlds at Fourth Street Live! Attendees will ex- perience an eclectic mix of themes, cuisines, and entertainment all in one evening as we will have exclusive access to Tengo Sed Cantina, Angel’s RockBar, and Hotel Night Club. Fourth Street Live! is Louisville’s premier dining and entertainment destination and is just a short walk from the Galt House. This event is included with your conference fee, though pre-registration is required. Food, beer, wine, soda, and musical entertainment are included. Shuttle service will be available to those with mobility impairments. YOUR NAME BADGE MUST BE PRESENTED FOR ADMISSION. THIS IS A 21+ VENUE, SO DON’T FORGET YOUR ID! See you in SAN ANTONIO! May 20 - 25, 2012 MISSION MITIGATION ASFPM CONFERENCE May 20-25, 2012 60 Friday, May 20 Friday, May 20, 2011 Technical Field Tour 8:00-Noon Churchill Downs Bus Load Workshops and Training 9:00-11:00 Can You Sleep At Night? Nunn Ethics in Floodplain Management Instructors: John Ivey, PE, CFM, Jessica Baker, PE, PMP, CFM, Halff Associates FEMA’s New Elevation Certificate Stopher Instructors: Janice Mitchell, Jason O. Hunter, CFM, FEMA Region IV 9:00-1:00 Discovery Workshop: Best Segell Practices & Lessons Learned Instructor: Jen Marcy, CFM, STARR Flood Risk Assessment, Management Coe & Mitigation: International Perspective Instructor: Bo Juza, PhD, CFM, DHI Water & Environment, ASFPM International Committee Liaison New Maps? Everything You Need To French Create & Implement a Successful Outreach Plan Instructors: Julie Grauer, CFM, FEMA Region VII; Nitja McGrane, FEMA Region VI Identifying Strategies & Actions Breathitt For Responsible FPM - an NAI Approach Instructors: Alison Hardin, CFM, City of Myrtle Beach, SC; Terri L. Turner, AICP, CFM, Augusta- Richmond County Planning Commission 9:00-Noon CFM EXAM Carol Ford WE BID YOU SAFE TRAVELS HOME! 61 Notes ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ 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______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ 63 Conference At-A-Glance Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed May 14, 2011 May 15, 2011 Saturday May 16, 2011 Sunday May 17, 2011 Monday May 1 Tue May 14, 2011 May 15, 2011 May 16, 2011 May 1 7:00 Golf Outing Early Bi 7:30–3:00 Golf Outing 7:00 Technical Field Tours 7:30–3:00 Workshops 8:00 9:00–3:30 8:00–5:00 Technical Field Tours Workshops Plenary Session 1 Workshops 9:00–3:30 Plenary 9:00 ASFPM Nat'l Policy 8:00–5:00 8:30–10:00 9:00–5:00 8:30 Plenary Issues Discussions Workshops ASFPM Nat'l Policy 8:30 Break Committee Chairs 8:00–3:00 9:00–5:00 Break / Exhibits 10:00 Issues Discussions Meeting First Timers Committee Chairs 8:00–3:00 Concurrent Session A Break 10:00–5:00 Orientation 10:30–Noon Plenary Meeting First Timers Concurre 11:00 10:00 and 3:00 10:30 10:00–5:00 Orientation 10:30 Silent Auction 10:00 and 3:00 Lunch O Noon Commences Luncheon Noo Silent Auction 3:00 thru Wed Noon–1:30 Lun Commences 1:00 3:00 thru Wed Noo Chapter ASFPM Member Is Meeting 1:00 2:00 4:00–5:00 ASFPM Session ConcurrentMember B ASFPM Meeting 1:45–3:15 4:00–5:00 Concurre Concurre Board of First Timers ASFPM 1:45 3:00 CFM Exam Break / Exhibits 1:30 Directors Meeting Orientation First Timers Board of 4:00–7:00 1:00–6:00 3:00 and 5:00 CFM Exam Break Directors Meeting Orientation Concurrent Session C B 4:00–7:00 4:00 1:00–6:00 3:00 and Opening Exhibits Grand5:00 3:45–5:15 3:00 Concurre 5:00–7:00 Exhibits Grand Opening 3:45 Exhibits Social, Concurre 5:00 5:00–7:00 Silent Auction 3:30 Exhibi 5:15–6:30 Silent State Floodplain 6:00 Managers & State 5:15 RiskMAP State Floodplain Hazard Mitigation 5:15 Managers & State 7:00 Oﬃcers Meet & Greet Hazard Mitigation 5:30–7:00 Foun Oﬃcers Meet & Greet Ohio River Donor WELCOME FEST 5:30–7:00 8:00 Steam Boats Rec 7:00–10:00 WELCOME FEST Ohi (invitat e Belvedere 7:00–10:00 Steam 7:00–10:00 6:30 9:00 7:00 e Belvedere 10:00 64 Conference At-A-Glance Tuesday Saturday Wednesday ursday Sunday Friday Monday Tu May 17, 2011 May 18, 2011 May 14, 2011 May 19, 2011 May 15, 2011 May 20, 2011 May 16, 2011 May 1 7:00 Early Bird Sessions Golf Meetings Region Outing 7:00–8:15 7:30–3:00 7:00–8:15 8:00 Technical Field Tours Technical Field Tours 8:00–Noon Workshops 9:00–3:30 8:00–5:00 9:00 Plenary Session 1 Plenary Session 4 CFM Exam Plenary Plenary Session 2 Workshops 9:00–Noon 8:30–10:00 8:30–10:00 8:30–10:00 ASFPM Nat'l Policy 8:30 9:00–5:00 Issues Discussions 10:00 Workshops Break / Exhibits Break / Exhibits Break Committee Chairs 8:00–3:00 9:00–1:00 Break Concurrent Session F Meeting First Timers oncurrent Session A 11:00 Concurre 10:30–Noon Plenary Session 3 10:30–Noon 10:00–5:00 Orientation 10:3 10:30–Noon 10:00 and 3:00 ASFPM Awards Noon Luncheon Lunch On Your Own Silent Auction Luncheon Noon–1:50 Commences Lun Noon–1:30 Noon–1:30 1:00 Concurrent Session G 3:00 thru Wed Noo Chapter Leadership 2:00–3:30 Issues ASFPM Member 2:00 Meeting oncurrent Session B 1:00–3:30 Concurre 4:00–5:00 1:45–3:15 ASFPM 1:4 3:00 Concurrent Session D Board of First Timers Break / Exhibits 1:30–3:00 Break CFM Exam Break Directors Meeting Orientation 4:00–7:00 4:00 oncurrent Session C 1:00–6:00 3:00 and 5:00 H Concurrent Session Concurre Break 3:45–5:15 4:00–5:30 Exhibits Grand Opening 3:4 3:00–3:30 5:00 5:00–7:00 Exhibits Social, Concurrent Session E Exhib Silent Auction 3:30–5:00 Silent 5:15–6:306:00 5:1 State Floodplain RiskMAP Town Hall Managers & State 7:00 5:15 - 6:30 Fourth Mitigation Hazard Street Live! Oﬃcers Meet & Greet 6:00–9:00 Foundation 5:30–7:00 8:00 Donors/Partners Ohio River WELCOME FEST Ohi Steam Boats Reception Steam 9:00 (invitation only) 7:00–10:00 7:00–10:00 e Belvedere 7:00 6:30–7:30 10:00 65 ASFPM AND OUR DIAMOND SPONSORS INVITE YOU TO JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF NETWORKING AND ENJOYMENT ON BOARD LOUISVILLE’S CLASSIC RIVER BOATS. BELLE OF LOUISVILLE & SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON TUESDAY, MAY 17, 2011 – 7:00PM TO 10:00PM FOOD AND BEVERAGES WILL BE PROVIDED ON BOARD AND THE BOATS ARE LOCATED ON THE OHIO RIVER, JUST A SHORT WALK BELOW THE GALT HOUSE. GUESTS SHOULD PLAN TO GATHER OUTSIDE THE FRONT DOORS OF THE GALT HOUSE AT 6:45. VOLUNTEERS WILL GUIDE YOU TO THE BOATS. SPONSORED BY AECOM, DEWBERRY, MICHAEL BAKER, JR., INC., AND URS
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