Webcast: Rolling Out “Community‐enabled Lifecycle Analysis of Stormwater Infrastructure Costs” (CLASIC) Tool

Thursday, 3/7/19 | 2 pm- 3:30 pm EST, 90 minutes

http://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1229783&tp_key=b18346f8f0

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The web-based “Communityenabled Lifecycle Analysis of Stormwater Infrastructure Costs” (CLASIC) tool is intended to support stormwater infrastructure planning and decisions using lifecycle costs to compare green, hybrid green‐gray, and gray infrastructure practices. There are three main components to the CLASIC tool outputs: (1) life cycle costs; (2) assessed value of co‐benefits (environmental, social, financial); and (3) performance. This webcast presents a rigorous framework of life cycle cost analysis for green and gray infrastructure, along with a live demo of CLASIC tool features and user interface. In addition, the webcast provides an overview of beta testing process for community engagement.

Presenters: Harry Zhang, PhD, PE, The Water Research Foundation Sybil Sharvelle, PhD, Colorado State University Tyler Dell, Colorado State University Jennifer Egan, PG, PhD, University of Maryland Christine Pomeroy, PhD, PE, University of Utah Michele Pugh, Wichita State University

Moderator: Michele Pugh, Wichita State University

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