2019 Annual Association of State Floodplain Managers' Conference

April 17, 2019

As a leader in floodplain management, hazard mapping, and mitigation planning, Stantec’s team is thrilled to attend the 43rd Annual Association of State Floodplain Managers' (ASFPM) 2019 Conference as a sponsor, exhibitor and speakers of two workshops and 6 presentations.  

In assimilation with Atkins and Dewberry, Stantec will be on site demonstrating how we provide ongoing support and expertise to help build a more resilient nation.  

For those attending, visit us in the exhibit hall and hear form our thought leaders during the following workshops and presentations:


Pre-conference Workshop (Sunday – 1:00 - 5:00PM) May 19
Cooperating Technical Partners Boot Camp-Improving Resilience
Marc Pearson, GISP, CFM

Conference Workshop (Thursday – 2:00-4:00PM) May 23
LOMR/CLOMR Process Best Practices for a Successful Submitta
Alex Haptermariam, PE, CFM


Session B (Tuesday - 1:45PM-3:15PM) May 21
Leveraging Technical Assistance to Enhance Local Awareness and Mitigation Through Risk MAP

Tom Morey, CFM, RS

Session C (Tuesday 3:45PM-5:15PM) May 21
Uses of DSS-WISE to Support Risk Map: Tips, Tricks and Tools for Rapid Inundation Risk Modeling
Tiffany Coleman, PE, CFM

Session F (Wednesday 3:30PM-5:00PM) May 22
Modeling and Mapping Applications for Wave Overtopping on the Great Lakes

Rebecca Aiken, EIT,CFM and Paul Carroll, P.E. PMP

Session G (Thursday 10:30AM-12:00PM) May 23
A Resilient Rancheria: Using Hazard Mitigation Plans to Centralize Information for Funding

Caroline Cunningham, CFM, AICP, ABCP

Session H (Thursday 2:00PM-3:30PM) May 23
Mapping the Unmapped: Where do we Start?

Bradford Hartley Jr., GISP, CFM

Case Studies of Floodplain and Stream Restoration Projects and their Potential Use for Flood
Hazard Mitigation and Community Resilience

Richard Pfingsten

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