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Creative Development Options for Difficult Sites
Participants will learn how to turn overlooked land parcels into thriving neighborhoods
June 16, 2015
2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern
Participants will earn one Professional Development Hour credit
This webinar explores options for turning overlooked or challenging land parcels into thriving neighborhoods while reducing upfront development costs and allowing builders to quickly respond to changing market desires. The discussion will include tips on how to retrofit existing privately sewered subdivisions with a long-term solution that benefits the residents, surrounding communities, and the environment.
The webinar speakers also will explore creative land planning and innovative designs to assist your way through the complex regulatory and financing process required to breathe new life into communities. Through example projects, webinar attendees will learn how to overcome common design challenges posed by sanitary sewer service as well as ways to minimize earthwork costs by incorporating existing site features and topography into the design.
Steve Sletner, PE MBA
SEH Land Development Business Manager
Steve Sletner is responsible for marketing and business development efforts focusing on residential development at the national level. He leads national sales efforts for the private land development market sector and implemented company-wide design criteria to create a unique brand for land plans developed by SEH staff. Sletner is a professional engineer and business leader with more than 30 years of experience in project development, management, and execution. He founded and operated TEC Design, an engineering and surveying company for more than 10 years, and has served developers in 19 states with a variety of development projects and criteria.
Randy Jenniges, PE
SEH Project Manager
Randy Jenniges has 17 years of civil engineering experience. He is in charge of project management for lake sewering and private development projects for land developers, sewer districts, counties, and municipalities. He provides clients with an analysis of alternative collection systems to provide long-term infrastructure for the users, calling upon his extensive experience with sanitary sewer collection systems, and his knowledge of land development and the public approval process. He is active in the design of land development projects throughout the Midwest with recent focus on serving developers in North Dakota.
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About Environment One Corporation
An operating company of Precision Castparts Corp. (NYSE: PCP), Environment One Corporation is a worldwide manufacturer of complex metal parts, and industrial products and services for the disposal of residential sanitary waste. For information on E/One and E/One Sewer Systems, visit www.eone.com.
Established in 1927, Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc.(SEH®) is a 100% employee-owned company providing engineering, architectural, planning and environmental services to public and private clients. The company is committed to improving quality of life through safer roads, bridges, parks and trails; renewable energy and sustainable design; and cleaner air, drinking water, rivers and lakes.