Thank you for attending the State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation’s Virtual 2021 Protect Our Water Conference on November 17, 2021. We would appreciate it if you could take 2 minutes to complete the following survey. Your feedback is important to us and will help us to improve the training for future years.

2021 Protect Our Water Conference
1. What is your organization/agency affiliation? *
2. Was this your first time attending DOT's annual Protect Our Water Conference? *

3. Overall, how would you rate the 2021 Protect Our Water Conference?

Please note: 1 = Poor, 3 = Neutral, 5 = Excellent
Conference Communication *
Conference Virtual Environment *
Speakers *
Vendors *
Overall Satisfaction *

4. Please rate the presentations you attended.

Please note: 1 = Poor, 3 = Neutral, 5 = Excellent
The BMP Scorecard - A Look at BMP Deficiencies Found on HDOT Construction Projects in 2021 (Speaker: Claudia Akroyd) *
The Five Pillars of Construction Stormwater Management (Speaker: Barry Fagan) *
Improving Stormwater Quality with Compost Filter Socks (Speaker: Britt Faucette) *
The Good, Bad, and Ugly in Controlling Sediment Discharges (Speaker: Jerald Fifield) *
United States Army Corps of Engineers, Regulatory Division - Regulatory 101 (Speaker: Shane McCoy) *
Communication - The Best Management Practice (Speaker: Barry Fagan) *
One Step Closer to Addressing the 800 Pound Gorilla: Introducing Hawaii's First Nonpoint Source Rules (Speaker: Matthew Kurano) *
Implementation of DOTA's New Asset Management System (VEOCI) For Construction BMP Inspections (Speakers: Brian Lum, Jenna Stone) *
DOTA Post-Construction Best Management Practice Manual Updates and Implementation (Speaker: Vijaya Tummala) *
DOT-HWYS Storm Water Post-Construction BMP Manual Revisions for HWY-O and HWY-M (Speakers: Karen Chun, Jason Lau, Jon Lowry) *
Inspection 101 - Pre-Inspection Checks (Speaker: Claudia Akroyd) *
DOT-HAR Construction Training (Speaker: Ying "Joy" Zhang) *
Talk Story Session *
5. Are you planning to attend next year's training?
7. Would you prefer next year's conference to be in-person or virtual?