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Stormwater Conference 2015 Papers

WEDNESDAY 20 MAY 2015
9.00am Welcome and Conference Opening: Len Brown, Auckland Mayor

Keynote Address: Lykke Leonardsen, City of Copenhagen

Stormwater Management, Environment, Climate Change and Liveability in Copenhagen

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

10.30am MORNINGTEA [EXHIBITIONAREA REGATTA ROOM]
FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

FUNDING INFRASTRUCTURE

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

SOURCE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

[GALLERY 3]

11.00am Christchurch Mayoral Flood Taskforce
Sylvia Maclaren

Partnering with the Private Sector to Implement Cost Effective Green Infrastructure Solutions
Richard Challis

Sedimentation Pond Performance from Three-Dimensional Modelling
Graham Macky

Water Sensitive Projects; Educating a Community:The Importance of Stormwater Management and Low Impact Design
Kellie Whisker

11.30am

Flood Resilient Communities: A Framework and Case Studies

James Hughes & Brian Sharman

50 Shades of Green, Equity in the Charging for A Stormwater Service
Colin Cranfield

Potential of Stormwater Source Control Measures for Urban Development: A Review for a High-Density Area
Chayanun Maneewan

Transition Towards Water Sensitivity – Defining the Building Blocks
Damian Young & Stu Farrant

12.00pm Flood Response in the Waimakariri District
Kate Purton & Gerard Cleary

Development Contributions and Public-Private Partnership Opportunities for Stormwater in the Auckland Region
Yasenko Krpo

Impacts on Stormwater Management Arising from Subdivision Modifications During Development
Skye Patterson-Kane & Andrew Brough

Creating Open Watercourses in Peat Fields: The Challenges
Amelia Cunningham

12.30pm LUNCH [EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTA ROOM]
1.30pm Keynote Address: Dean Kimpton, Chief Operating Officer, Auckland Council

The Role of Stormwater in Urban Transformation [PRINCES BALLROOM C]

CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT PLANS

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

STORMWATER DISCHARGES AND CONSENTS

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

GOVERNANCE AND LEGISLATION

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

PONDS AND OVERLAND FLOWPATHS

[GALLERY 3]

2.30pm Scott Point Catchment Management Plan
Mike Chapman & Katja King-Borrero

Flexible Consent Conditions in Action
Iain Smith & Malory Osmond

Challenges in Meeting the National Policy Statement for Freshwater in an Urban Setting
Shaun Jones & Andrew Schollum

Optimisation of Baffles for Sediment Retention Ponds
Arash Farjood

WEDNESDAY 20 MAY 2015 Continued...
CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT PLANS

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

STORMWATER DISCHARGES AND CONSENTS

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

GOVERNANCE AND LEGISLATION

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

PONDS AND OVERLAND FLOWPATHS

[GALLERY 3]

3.00pm A Collaborative Approach to Stormwater Management – A Canterbury Tale
Paul Hopwood

Stormwater Discharge by Soakage in the Auckland Region
Roger Seyb

Investigation into the Feasibility of a National Testing and Evaluation Program for Stormwater Products and Practices in the USA
Jeremiah Lehman

Case Study: Understanding Secondary Overland Flowpaths in Urban Catchments
Jesse Adams

3.30pm AFTERNOON TEA [EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTAROOM]
INTERNATIONAL

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

LIVEABLE CITIES

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

FLOOD MODELLING

[GALLERY 3]

4.00pm Assessment of Flood Impacts and Cost Effectiveness of Treatments to Mitigate Erosion, Burnett River, Queensland, Australia
Andrew Simon

Assessing Resilience in Stormwater Management
Jonathan Moores

Liveable Communities Perspective for Priority Stormwater Catchments
Simon Randall & Vijesh Chandra

Increased Flooding Vulnerability – The Methodology and Flood Models to Assess 120,000 Properties in Christchurch
Tim Fisher

4.30pm

Stormwater Runoff Impact, Risk Analysis and EmergencyManagement on an Italian Highway

Stefano Biondi

Assessing the Effects of Urban Stormwater Management on the Social Wellbeing Communities Derive from Coastal Waterbodies
Chris Batstone

Streamlining and Standardising Streetscape WSUD Implementationin Moreland City Council
Matt van der Peet

Flexible Mesh Modelling of the Upper Taieri Plain
Tim Preston

5.00pm Learning Potential Transformation Practices for Water Sensitive Planning for Cities in a Tropical Context
Iresh Jayawardena

Does Water Sensitive Design Deliver Beneficial Net Economic Outcomes?
Sue Ira

Water Sensitive Design: A Strategic Approach to Managing Stormwater in Auckland
Sue-Ellen Fenelon

A Conceptual Model of the SCS Runoff Method
Stephen Priestley

5.30pm Welcome Function sponsored by Harker Underground Construction Ltd

[EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTA ROOM]

THURSDAY 21 MAY 2015
9.15am Keynote Address: Dr Jan Wright, Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment

Changing Climate and Rising Seas: Understanding the Science [PRINCES BALLROOM C]

10.00am MORNINGTEA [EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTA ROOM]
CULTURAL AND SOCIAL VALUES

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

ROADING STORMWATER

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

FLOOD RISK

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

ASSET MANAGEMENT

[GALLERY 3]

10.30am Wetlands – Honouring the Past, Building for the Future
Seb Head & Sam Bourne

Asset Management of Auckland’s Road Stormwater Network
John Tetteroo & Andy Irwin

Flood Risk Analysis for Sustainable River Schemes
Colin Meadowcroft & Katalin Maltai

Managing Central Auckland’s Urgent Stormwater Works in a Collaborative and Efficient Way
Dean Watts & Marcel de Leur

11.00am The Social Side of Stream Restoration Projects
Shane Butland

Stormwater Maintenance and Operations at New Zealand’s Most Critical Road Network – Auckland Motorways
Peter Mitchell

Protecting Richmond Town Centre
Richard Lester & Ian McComb

Upgrading of Waikato and Hauraki Valley Flood Control Pump Stations
Mohammed Hassan

11.30am Kopupaka Park – Integrating Engineering, Ecology, Culture and Community
Grant Bailey

Waterview Connection Stormwater, Streamworks and Flood Protection
Stefan Whiting & Tom Bassett

Modelling Effects on Marine Water Quality Due to Urban Stormwater Discharges and Climate Change
John Oldman

Installation of Reinforced Concrete Pipes: Theory and Practice
Husham Issa Al-Saleem

12.00pm LUNCH [EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTA ROOM]
FLOOD LEVEL PROTECTION

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

POLLUTION AND RECEIVING ENVIRONMENTS

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

CASE STUDIES

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION

[GALLERY 3]

1.00pm Urban Flow Design Level of Service – Setting the Standard
Ian McComb

Our Capital Beaches – Effects of Stormwater Discharges
Rajika Jayaratne

Pakenham Racecourse Relocation: Balancing Stormwater Needs
Alice Lisitsa & Julia Baumann

Development of a Rapid Biofiltration Media using Local Materials
Mike Hannah

1.30pm Floor Levels Above the 2% Flood Event–Are They High Enough?
Luke Edwards

Blue Urbanism: Our Urban Future and the Valueof a Healthy Coastal Marine Environment
Nicci Wood

Utilising Stormwater Runoff to Meet Non-Potable Water Demands at Auckland Zoo: A Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment
Andrew Steele

Calibrating an Existing Stormwater Asset Using the 2014 Event
Adam Tokelove

THURSDAY 21 MAY 2015 Continued...
FLOOD LEVEL PROTECTION

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

POLLUTION AND RECEIVING ENVIRONMENTS

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

CASE STUDIES

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION

[GALLERY 3]

2.00pm Is Providing a Stormwater Level of Service for Significant Flood Events Really Realistic?
Campbell Larking & Mark Pennington

Diesel Exhaust Fluid – Understanding a Future Stormwater Contaminant
Hayden Easton

Feeding the Irrigation Demand– The RuataniwhaWater Storage Scheme
Tony Miller

Costs and Benefits of On-Site Stormwater Devices
Mark Iszard

2.30pm AFTERNOON TEA [EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTAROOM]
LOW IMPACT DESIGN

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

CATCHMENT MODELLING

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

SUSTAINABILITY

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

3.00pm Taurarua Judges Bay; Stormwater Management and Low Impact Design
Bronwyn Rhynd

Papamoa East – A Humdinger of a Catchment
Robert Kelly

Opportunities for your Stormwater Projects Through Sustainability Assessment
Caleb Clarke

3.30pm From Vision to Reality: Stormwater Tree Pits in Central Christchurch
Peter Christensen

Large Scale Modelling of Melbourne Water Catchments – Lessons Learnt
Liam Foster

Sustainability Forum

Runs on the Board for Stormwater: The Development of Sustainability and Resilience Assessment

Facilitators: Caleb Clarke and James Hughes from the Sustainable Society (A Technical Interest Group of IPENZ)

  • What are the principles for sustainable and resilient communities from a stormwater perspective?
  • How could we more effectively embed sustainability and resilience outcomes into the business case for stormwater infrastructure projects?
  • How can the stormwater industry collectively support and guide large complex infrastructure projects to achieve bes tpractice water outcomes?
4.00pm Kirimoko Park Development, Wanaka – A Living Example of Integrated WSUD
Andres Roa, Rowan Carter & Jan Heijs

Judea Catchment Modelling – Long Narrow Catchment with Tidal Influences in Lower Catchment
Dayananda Kapugama & Habib Ahsan

4.45pm Stormwater Group Annual General Meeting [GALLERY 3]
7.00pm Conference Dinner

[PRINCES BALLROOM]

FRIDAY 22 MAY2015

9.30am Keynote Address: Hon Dr Nick Smith, Minister for the Environment [PRINCES BALLROOM C]
10.00am MORNING TEA [EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTA ROOM]
10.30am Panel Discussion: Lykke Leonardsen (Denmark),Andrew Simon (USA), Dean Kimpton (Auckland), Andrew Parsons (Hamilton) [PRINCES BALL ROOM C]
STREAM RESTORATION

[PRINCES BALLROOM C]

FUTURE CHALLENGES

[PRINCES BALLROOM B]

FORUM

[PRINCES BALLROOM A]

11.30am Stream Restoration: How Your Ecological Neighbourhood Might Influence Restoration Success
Ian Boothroyd

Flood Hazard Maps – The BestKept Secrets Aren’t Always Best Kept Secret
Cathy Davidson & Campbell Larking

Stormwater Management and Roading– NZTA Case Studies and Future Initiatives Facilitator:

Rob Hannaby

A forum to discuss:

  • NZTA Standards, Guidelines and Specifications
  • External Drivers including RMA national planning instruments, Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan, Council Bylaws
  • Collaboration with Stakeholders including Regional Councils, DOC, Iwi
12.00pm Restoration of Duck Creek as Part of Land Development
Dion Mead & Laura Verry

A Hidden Beauty: Seeing (and Hearing) the Kumutoto Stream
Kedron Parker

12.30pm LUNCH [EXHIBITION AREA – REGATTAROOM]
SITE VISITS
1.00pm –

4.30pm

Site Visit 1

Central Auckland Tour – Oakley Creek and Waterview Connection

Site Visit 2 WSUD Southern Site Visit –

Botanical Gardens

and Auckland International Airport

Site Visit 3 Auckland Motorway StormwaterSite

Visit

Site Visit 4 Wynyard Quarter Walking Tour