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November 14, 2017 Webinar - Envision: More Resilient Water Resources in Texas
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November 14, 2017 Webinar - Envision: More Resilient Water Resources in Texas

The Envision program was developed by ASCE and other organizations to stretch traditional design boundaries for how infrastructure projects are judged and how they are delivered. After more than 5 years since the roll out of Envision 2.0, are certified Envision Sustainability Professionals (ENV SPs) initiating changes and transforming the way infrastructure is designed, built and operated? Is that really happening? If not, why not? If so, how?

When: Tuesday, November 14, 2017
12:00 PM
Where: Your Computer, Phone, or Tablet
United States
Presenter: Curtis B. Beitel & Michaella Wittmann
Contact: Mike Sosa
(512) 472-8905

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Curtis B. Beitel PE, CFM, ENV SP

Curtis Beitel has been active in ASCE since he graduated from Texas A&M University in 1993.  In 1996 he served as the Continuing Education Chair of the Fort Worth ASCE Branch, organizing several CPD classes on HEC-RAS and Bioengineering.  He continued to serve the Fort Worth Branch in several officer positions including Branch President in 2001-02.  Curtis served as the Water Resources Chair of the Texas Section from 1999 to 2001 and was Vice President-Technical in 2002-2003.  He continued to serve on the Texas Section Board as the Section Director from the Fort Worth Branch from 2003 to 2005.  He was the Budget Chair for Fall 2007 Meeting of the Texas Section in Fort Worth, and served as the General Co-Chair of the Texas Section/CI/ICSDEC Fall 2012 Conference in Fort Worth.


Curtis received the Fort Worth Branch’s Young Engineer Award for Professional Achievement in 1998.  He is also active in the Texas Floodplain Management Association, serving as their Newsletter Editor since 2004, and is a member of the Society of Military Engineers.  To help community leaders understand the risk that flooding poses to their local economy, Curtis conceived and led the development of the Flood Manager game for the ASFPM Foundation, and teaches the “Experience a Town At Risk” classes at various conferences. The ASFPM Foundation presented him with an award for Outstanding Contributions in 2010.  HDR presented him with a Pathfinder Award for External Client Service in 2013.


Curtis is currently the North Texas Water Resources Program Manager for HDR Engineering, and was named a Professional Associate of the company in January 2013.  He is leading the development of the Bexar County Flood Warning System for the San Antonio River Authority, and works on projects for public clients across Texas.  He has been married to his wife Leanne since 1996 and they have two daughters – Katherine and Ellie.



Michaella Wittmann LEED Fellow, ENV SP, GGP

Director of Sustainability, HDR Inc.

Michaella has more than 20 years of experience focused on integrating the right sustainable solutions for a multitude of project types. She has worked for a broad range of clients—from Federal agencies, to state agencies, to universities, healthcare organizations and private companies. She leads HDR’s Office of Sustainability, focusing on adding value to projects through sustainability, and overseeing the firm’s emissions reduction initiative. A LEED® Fellow and Envision® Sustainability Professional, she is on the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Board of Directors and chairs the Envision® Technical Review Board—the primary Envision® decision-making body.

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