Denver — On Feb. 19-22, 2019, the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) will host its annual educational conference and expo at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Join industry leaders from more than 25 countries while exploring problems and solutions in erosion and sediment control and stormwater management. Learn from peers and the world’s most accomplished experts through field tours, case studies, roundtable discussions, workshops, technical presentations, and more. Earn Professional Development Hours for each session attended.
IECA said its exhibit floor is one of the largest tradeshows in the industry, featuring the latest technology and innovation in the world of construction, engineering, erosion and sediment control, stormwater management and more.
Kenneth A. Mackenzie, P.E., Executive Director of the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, will present the opening keynote, Make a Difference by Loving What You Do. Closing keynote speaker Janet Kieler, P.E., Director of Environmental Programs at Denver International Airport, will present, Do I Really Own This? Perspectives of a Large Project Owner. She will focus on unique erosion control challenges faced at the United States’ largest airport by area.
“IECA’s Annual Conference and Expo is the most beneficial event in the country for those involved in or concerned about soil and erosion control or stormwater management. Attending IECA’s annual conference offers the opportunity to meet and network with leaders in the industry while earning professional development hours. This is truly a conference you cannot afford to miss,” said Joanna Fetherolf, Education Director, IECA.
For more information and to register, visit www.ieca.org/Annual19.