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Meeting/Event Information

ASCE January Dinner Meeting

January 21, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Registration Deadline: January 20, 2021
11:55 PM
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The virtual room will open at approximately 5:45 PM. The presentation will begin at 6:00 PM. Deadline for registration is January 20, 2021 at 5:00 pm. Registration is required. Contact [email protected] with any questions.  

About the Presentation

The Ohio State University and Ohio University ASCE Student Chapters will provide an overview of their activies throughout the last year.

EMH&T will then present on the Cannon Drive Roadway and Levee Project.  A significant portion of The Ohio State University’s (Ohio State) main campus is impacted by the 100-year and 500-year floodplain of the Olentangy River. The previous earthen embankment constructed along the river’s edge is not sufficient to be recognized as a certified levee. In order to address the flood risk concerns and create a certified flood levee, Ohio State chose to implement a project that included the realignment of Cannon Drive, the enhancement of green space along the Olentangy River, and the creation of approximately 12 acres of developable land to support the university and its medical center.  This presentation will discuss the features of the project and the challenges during the design and construction. 


Miles Hebert, PE, CFM, LEED Green Associate — Director, Water Resources Engineering — EMH&T

Miles is a Registered Professional Engineer and the Director of Water Resources Engineering for EMH&T. Miles is a 1988 graduate of The Ohio State University, with a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering. Miles oversees projects related to watershed planning, ecosystem restoration and flood protection. In this role, he interacts with municipalities, conservancy districts, regulatory agencies and watershed stakeholders to develop sustainable solutions. Miles also assists in the development of capital improvement programs for stormwater management projects to protect public infrastructure and improve water quality. Miles served as a project manager on the Cannon Drive project specific to the development, design and permitting of the integrated flood protection measures. 

MARIAH ANDERSON, P.E. — project engineer, Water Resources Engineering — EMH&T

Mariah is a Registered Professional Engineer and a project engineer in the Water Resources Engineering department for EMH&T. Mariah completed both her Bachelor of Science (2014) and Master of Science (2016) degrees in Civil Engineering from The Ohio State University. Mariah focuses on the design and modeling of stormwater solutions for developments ranging from small commercial sites to large watershed scale drainage studies to meet regulatory water quality and detention. She has also completed multiple flood studies for development projects to determine the extents of flood prone areas. Mariah served as the primary stormwater modeler on the Cannon Drive project specific to the development and design of detention systems that would meet water quality and detention, as well as flood protection for the University.

CPD Hours

A certificate for one (1) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hour will be issued at the conclusion of the program.


$0.00 ASCE member

$10.00 Guest (not an ASCE member)