Agency Perspective on Designing Sustainable Infrastructure in a Changing Environment

IOWA DOT Perspective on Designing Sustainable Infrastructure in a Changing Environment

Author
  • Dave Claman (IOWADOT)

How to Cite:

Claman, D., (2014) “IOWA DOT Perspective on Designing Sustainable Infrastructure in a Changing Environment”, National Hydraulic Engineering Conference 2014 1(2014).

Rights: Copyright © 2014 the presenters

Publisher Notes

  • Panel moderated by Cynthia Nurmi, FHWA.
  • About the Presenters: Dave Claman, P.E., M. ASCE is a 1983 graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He is currently the Transportation Manager for the Preliminary Bridge Section at the Iowa Department of Transportation and has 30 years of experience in the hydrology and hydraulics engineering field. Dave’s primary responsibility is to insure the State’s highway structures are appropriately sized and designed in accordance with Iowa DOT guidelines and policies. He is also the DOT’s expert regarding drainage disputes, bridge scour, stream geomorphology, 2-D hydraulic analysis and FEMA/floodplain management issues. Prior to working for the Iowa DOT, Dave worked for the Iowa Department of Natural Resources where he was responsible for the administration and enforcement of the State’s floodplain management program.

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19 Aug 2014
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