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Gravity Separation for Stormwater Treatment

Gravity separation is a set of unit processes in which gravity removes settleable solids and associated pollutants, floatables, and dispersed petroleum products. Gravity separation is the primary mechanism of pollutant removal in stormwater treatment systems.Read More..

Silt Fences Installation for Erosion Control Projects

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How to Estimate Earthwork Volumes

For earthwork contractors the key to survival is an accurate estimate of earthwork quantities. Without an accurate estimate, the contractor will have little or no chance to present an accurate bid (let alone a winning bid). Read More...




John Casadonte

Product Marketing Manager
Cree Inc.

John Casadonte brings over 20 years of experience to Forester University. Currently, Casadonte is a Product Marketing Manager for Cree Lighting


Bradford Cooley

Vice President – Civil Applications
Watershed Geo

Bradford Cooley is a civil engineer bringing 25 years of experience working with innovative solutions for multi-disciplinary projects within the heavy civil infrastructure space to Forester University.  This experience includes levees / embankments, hydraulic and storm water structures, erosion control and slope stabilization, low impact site development, and solid and hazardous waste containment.   Cooley has successfully worked with owners, municipalities, engineers, contractors and large, complex government agencies in the residential, commercial, industrial, federal, and environmental sectors. 


Mike Ayers

Watershed Geo

Mike Ayers is a civil engineer bringing over 25 years of professional experience in the design and development of heavy civil engineering projects to Forester University. This experience includes executing all phases of land development, geotechnical evaluation, hydrology assessments, site selection, and managing the permitting process with state and federal agencies. Ayers has over 20 years of design experience using a variety of geosynthetics for stability, erosion control and containment.


Kevin Miskewicz

Senior Manager, Commercial Marketing
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc., Cooling & Heating Division

Kevin Miskewicz is Mitsubishi Electric's senior manager for the division's commercial product line, and leads the marketing strategies, programs, and initiatives for the division's commercial product line. Miskewicz is a certified LEED® Green Associate and has several years of product marketing experience.


Eric Dubin

Senior Director, National Accounts and Utility Programs
Mitsubishi Electric US Cooling & Heating

Eric Dubin oversees the national strategic accounts project teams and account managers, including a team of utility program managers. Dubin’s responsibilities include: development and deployment of sales strategy, as well as deploying a comprehensive strategy to work with the nations electric utilities to create beneficial incentive programs. Dubin previously served as director of government and regulatory affairs at Climate Energy ECR International, as well as worked in multiple positions for large gas/electric utility National Grid in the Northeastern US.


Michael Harding

Environmental Consultant
San Diego, CA

Jerald S. Fifield

President and Principal Hydrologist
HydroDynamics Incorporated

Best-selling author and field expert, Jerald S. Fifield, Ph.D., CPESC, CISEC, brings to Forester University over 30 years of experience in the sediment and erosion control field. Founding HydroDynamics Incorporated in 1982, Dr. Fifield has been actively involved with drainage, sediment and erosion control, water rights and nonpoint pollution control as a consultant developing sediment and erosion control plans, completing drainage analysis, providing inspection services, and teaching on controlling sediment and erosion on construction sites.


Tina R. Evans

Project Engineer
HydroDynamics Incorporated

As a Professional Engineer (PE) and Certified Inspector of Sediment and Erosion Control (CISEC), Wills brings 14 years of experience working as a consultant and speaker for HydroDynamics Incorporated (founded by Jerald S. Fifield, Ph.D., PH, CPESC, CISEC) to Forester University. Since earning her degrees in Civil and Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in 1999, Tina Wills, PE, CISEC, has been working as a consultant at HydroDynamics Incorporated. As a Hydrodynamics Incorporated consultant, Wills is involved with research for expert testimony, works on SWPPP development, and completes construction site inspections. Wills also assists with drainage assessments, develops sediment and erosion control plans for contractors, coordinates activities associated with sediment and erosion control, analyzes drainage issues for homeowners, and teaches and speaks on topics associated with controlling sediment and erosion on construction sites.