Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) enables rapid design and real-time analysis of stormwater management projects in an interactive 3D environment. It uses industry-standard hydrological models to estimate runoff volume, and features tools to design and analyze 9 types of green stormwater infrastructure, including trees. GSI also provides flexibility to meet local stormwater requirements, as well as LEED v4 (SSc4) and LEED 2009 (SSc6.9) certification credits. This session features InfraWorks 360.
- Learn how to visualize compatibility with landscapes
- Learn how to quickly identify optimal solutions
- Understand sustainability ratings as you design
- Learn how to communicate project vision
Kenneth Driscol is a senior technical specialist in civil engineering for Applied Software Technology, Inc., with over 20 years’ experience in the civil engineering industry. Prior to joining the Autodesk, Inc., reseller partner channel, he was a design engineer for an Engineering News-Record (ENR) 500-ranked design firm. Driscol is an Autodesk Certified Product Support Professional, and he has reached the level of Civil Engineering Certified Implementation Expert. He frequently conducts seminars on the use of Autodesk technology in civil engineering, and he regularly provides implementation services, customization, training, and support to civil engineering professionals on Autodesk architecture, engineering, and construction Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology portfolio products. Driscol has become the regional expert on BIM for civil as it pertains to civil engineering practices and interoperability between other design disciplines in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) enterprise. In addition to his civil engineering background, he also has been involved with field surveying and electronic data reduction.