Water Rights Engineering Including Case Studies

Urban Watersheds Research Institute
August 25th, 2016 to August 26th, 2016
Leonard Rice Engineers Training Room
Denver, CO

The Urban Watersheds Research Institute is offering an upcoming training titled Water Rights Engineering Including Case Studies - Thursday and Friday, August 25 & 26, 2016; 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.  

Cost for this two-day class is $675.00.  Early registration fee of $625.00 is available unit July 29, 2016 CASFM member fee is $585.00.  Early registration fee of $560.00 is available unit July 29, 2016.  This rate is available to CASFM members only.

This lower fee for everyone and the CASFM discount is possible because this class is sponsored by Urban Drainage & Flood Control District.

CEU’s: You will be eligible to receive 1.5 CEU’s or 15 PDH’s for this course. You will receive 12 ASFPM Core CEC’s toward CFM certification. 

Why take this class: 
If you are a consulting engineer, an engineer working for any government agency, a decision maker or an administrator, this class will provide you with insight in a very critical area of western water rights.  Water rights are the are fundamental to the management of water resources in Colorado and westerns United States. 

What you will learn: 
This class, much in workshop format, will focus on water rights and water administration, with emphasis on engineering aspects.  It will address various water rights doctrines, Colorado Constitutional and water law, securing water rights, changes in water rights and plans for augmentation, organizational structure for water administration and water management, interstate compacts between Colorado and neighboring states, consumptive use, evapotranspiration, stream depletion calculations, interaction between surface runoff and water rights, groundwater appropriation and administration, and engineer's role in developing facts and in providing expert testimony.  

For detailed description of the class and its lead instructor Click Here .
Computers:  Bring your own computer for this class.

You will need one to participate in a workshop exercise that requires access to the internet.

Faculty:
Mr. Alan J. Leak, PE, is a Principal of RESPEC and has served as an expert witness in cases related to water rights in Colorado.  He has over 33 years of experience in water resources engineering. 

The size of the classroom will be limited to approximately 24 students.  

For more information, click here, call 303-728-4449 and ask for Ben, or e-mail him at info@uwtrshd.com

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