Three Flood Proofing Workshops in Lamoille County

May 2, May 25 and Sept 7

3 FREE Workshops - Techniques to Flood Proof Buildings

The workshops will review the risks, regulations and insurance requirements for buildings in flood prone areas. Engineering strategies for protecting existing historic structures will be presented as well as several case studies. In addition, take away practical tips for flood proofing your building that won't break the bank.

  • Monday May 2, 2016 at 6 PM - Business Owner Focus
    Johnson Municipal Offices, 293 Lower Main West

  • Wed. May 25, 2016 at 6 PM - Business/Homeowner Focus
    Jeffersonville Fire Department, 153 Church Street, Jeffersonville

  • Wed. Sept 7, 2016 at 6 PM - Contractor Focus
    Green Mountain Technology & Career Center - Community Education Center - Hyde Park

Guest Speaker - Robert Stevens

Robert Stevens is a professional engineer with over 25 years of experience leading teams in a variety of projects and disciplines.  He is the founder and president of Stevens & Associates, PC, an Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Civil and Structural engineering firm in Brattleboro Vermont.   In addition to the design of projects his experience includes planning, urban design, public bond campaigns and project finance & development.

Bob is an accredited professional in both Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED) and Congress for New Urbanism (CNU).  He's well versed in sustainable design, traditional design and historic preservation.

He has presented at numerous conferences including Traditional Building, Vermont Development Conference and Historic preservation conferences.  His work and community support has been recognized with numerous awards including the Vermont Downtown Volunteer of the Year and the Southern Vermont Leadership Award for Economic Excellence.

Who Should Come?

Business owners, commercial and residential building owners, building contractors, engineers, and homeowners that are interested in better protecting their buildings from flood hazards.

Contact or Questions:

Pam DeAndrea, GIS Planner
Lamoille County Planning Commission
802-851-6350 -

Supported by the High Meadows Fund's "Building Resiliency in Vermont Watersheds"

Prepare your home and business for the next flood.