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Workshop presentations are now available for download!
4th Annual NHWC Texas Dam Safety & Field Technician
Training Workshop
November 13-14, 2012
Austin, Texas

Workshop Presentations: Presentations are divided into 5 sections. The presentations from each section have been condensed into one pdf file. 

Purpose: This 2-day workshop will focus on dam safety with a concurrent track on hydrologic warning system field technician training. Dam operators and safety experts will discuss several topics relating to the safe operation of dams across the state as well as current issues, regulations, and the affect of the extended drought conditions on dam safety. Additionally, the workshop will host extensive training for hydrological field technicians with a presentation on ALERT2, along with vendor  presentations on their currently available products such as transmitters, tipping buckets, and water level devices. Several agencies including Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) will showcase their hydrologic warning system maintenance operations.

Audience: This two-day workshop is sponsored by the National Hydrologic Warning Council (NHWC), the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), and the Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) and is designed for: Dam operators, flood warning system operators and field technicians, public works, river authorities, flood control and water management districts, meteorologists, hydrologists, engineers, policy makers, and any others who have a need to better understand the benefits of hydrologic warning systems in managing flood risk.

Dam Safety and Technician Training Workshop Agenda

Registration: To compensate for the weak economy, the NHWC has held registration rates steady since 2010. Reduced rates are available for those who register early. Full registration includes light breakfast and lunch each day.

INDIVIDUAL ATTENDEE REGISTRATION

SINGLE DAY - MEMBER (Early Fee is $75; After 10/15, the Fee is $100)`

TWO DAY - MEMBER (Early Fee is $150; After 10/15, the Fee is $175)

Not a NHWC member? JOIN NOW and pay member workshop registration fee rate!

SINGLE DAY - NON-MEMBER (Early Fee is $100; After 10/15, the Fee is $125)

TWO DAY - NON-MEMBER (EarlyFee is $175; After 10/15, the Fee is $200)

VENDOR REGISTRATION

MEMBER VENDOR (Fee is $300)

Not a NHWC member? JOIN NOW and pay member workshop registration fee rate!

NON-MEMBER VENDOR (Fee is $350)

*Note: Vendor registration includes one person to attend the booth. Additional persons must register separately above.

NEW! HOTEL INFORMATION

A block of rooms have been reserved at the DoubleTree Suites in Austin, Texas (303 West 15th St, Austin, TX 78701).

 

A discounted group rate of $108 per night (plus tax) has been set up under National Hydrologic Warning Council for check-in 11/12/12 and check-out 11/14/12. Reservations can be made by calling 800-222-8733 and mentioning the group name or by visiting www.austinsuites.doubletree.com.

 

On the DoubleTree website, after choosing the dates on the main webpage, click on the “have a special code?”link on the left side of the screen. Type in the group code NHW in order to pull up the discounted rate. Be sure to choose the Nat’l Hydrologic rate beneath the room type.

 

Please note, if you need to arrive a day early or stay later, the rate can be offered based on availability by calling the sales office directly at 512-505-4067.

 

All rooms at the discounted rate will be available until midnight on October 22nd, 2012 or until the block fills, whichever comes first. There are currently only 25 rooms reserved per night. So, hurry and make your reservations soon!




For more information, email: workshop@hydrologicwarning.org


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