2020 Public Works Roundup
The North Central Texas Council of Governments hosted the 21st Annual Public Works Roundup on September 17, 2020 virtually. For the past twenty years, the Roundup has grown steadily and is attended by hundreds of Public Works professionals from around our region.
Thank you to all of our speakers, sponsors, and attendees that made this event a success! We look forward to seeing you next year!
2020 Public Workshop Roundup Presentations:
Asset Management: City of Fort Worth TPW Department’s Journey
Michael Owen and Elizabeth Young, City of Fort Worth
Post Construction Water Quality for MS4 Permit Compliance (iSWM)
Howard Redfearn, City of Mansfield
Public Works Fleet Planning: Decision-making Tools & Funding
Amy Hodges, NCTCOG
Public Works Track
Sustainable Public Rights of Way Track
|Dirty Data: Assessing Sewer Main Conditions
Abby Owens, City of Plano and Stephen Johnson, Freese and Nichols
|Arlington Tree Manual
Jeremy Priest, City of Arlington
|Adaptive Asset Management Based on Data Availability
Mike Garza, City of Coppell and Dexter May, Plummer
|Return on Investment: Online Tool Calculates the Benefits of Green Infrastructure
Kate Zielke, NCTCOG
|Utilizing GIS Data to Promote Growth and Plan for the Future
Catherine Oduro and Ogi Colakovic, City of Celina
|Network Nodes and Shot Clocks
Shelley Lang and Dan Franke, City of Frisco
|Municipal Procurement and Capital Delivery Methods
Mathew Busby, Lockwood, Andrews, & Newnam, Inc.
|Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan
Susan Alvarez, City of Dallas
|Conceptual Urban Planning and Design Strategies to Support The Goals of the City of Dallas Comprehensive Environmental & Climate Action Plan
Mikel Wilkins, TBG Partners and Don Raines, City of Dallas
Thank you to all of our 2020 Sponsors!