StormCon is a tremendous opportunity for attendees to grow their stormwater initiative in a more focused, informed way, with analysis and feedback from your peers to help direct your efforts and pinpoint areas everyone can improve upon. For the first time ever, StormCon 2016 will be co-located with WasteCon 2016 in Indianapolis August 22 - 25. The trade show floor will be open to all attendees and guests of both conferences.
- Event Type:
- Aug. 22-24, 2016
- Indiana Convention Center 100 South Capitol Avenue
- Indianapolis , IN , USA
Stormwater chambers are our specialty. As the founder of plastic chamber technology, CULTEC’s expertise lies in the innovation and evolution of chamber systems. We are equipped to solve even the most challenging stormwater management assignments.
CULTEC stormwater chambers are designed to withstand AASHTO HS-25 defi ned loads when installed according to our recommended installation instructions.
With chamber heights from 8.5” to 48” tall, CULTEC offers an extensive product line capable of accommodating both extreme low-profi le limitations as well as high-volume demands.
- Our unique in-line manifold feature is just one example of how CULTEC strives to be cost-effective while saving on material and installation costs.
- The exceptional services provided by our Technical Department aid the design process by performing complimentary calculations and project-specifi c AutoCAD® layouts in a responsive, personalized manner.
This year we are excited to announce new curriculum, the days leading up to the main event. Select from seven pre-conference courses designed to provide you with the in-depth knowledge you need to advance your career.
Tuesday, August 23 • 9 a.m.
Wabash Ballroom - Indiana Convention Center
Keynote Speaker: William S. Brennan, Real asset / Green Infrastructure expert
Sponsored by AbTech Industries
William S. Brennan serves as the Co-Chief Investment Officer and Managing Director of Ultra Capital. In these roles, he oversees the firm’s efforts to accelerate the flow of institutional capital to finance small and mid-size sustainable real asset projects in agriculture, water and waste. Mr. Brennan will discuss this and what regulators need to do to encourage the expansion of green infrastructure projects in their local communities.