Source Control Management: Stormwater Detention/Retention Design and Specification Clarity

Amy Mustard & Joshua Venters

Layfield will be featuring recent project profiles and insights into our underground stormwater management devices, detention and retention methods of source control, and writing a specification to meet your project’s SWPPP needs in this informative talk

Co-Presented by Amy Mustard

Amy Mustard is the Northwest Regional Sales Manager for Layfield based out of Seattle, Washington. She has 20 years’ industry knowledge in both sales and construction management for a number of Puget Sound industry leaders in both general contracting and residential real estate development and sales. Amy is responsible for managing the NW team for Layfield’s sales operations in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. She holds degrees in Construction Management as well as Classical Linguistics from the University of Washington and regularly completes continuing education programs in the construction and sales industries for professional development. In her free time, Amy is a professionally trained singer and performer with a focus in opera, classical, and musical theater at over a dozen theater companies in the Puget Sound and makes costumes for the many themed social events she and her husband attend.

Co-Presented by Joshua Venters

Joshua Venters is an Engineering Business Manager for Layfield based out of Seattle, Washington. With over 20 years of experience in the geosynthetic industry, Joshua has extensive industry knowledge. A portion of Joshua’s career was spent with industry leader Tencate in an R&D Business Development role. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geological Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and is also a licensed professional geologist. Joshua is responsible for working with civil engineers in the Pacific Northwest, providing technical sales support and advancing Layfield technology. In his free time, Josh grows giant pumpkins, is an avid mountain biker and umpires little league. He currently resides in Redmond, WA with his wife and four children where they run a small farm and horse riding program.