The ASFPM National Mitigation & Floodproofing Workshop only comes around once every 3 years

Jun 2, 2017 | News & Views, What's New

The ASFPM Flood Mitigation and Nonstructural Floodproofing Committees invite you to

The seventh National Mitigation and Floodproofing Workshop
Post-disaster Mitigation, Floodproofing and Infrastructure Protection: A More Flood Resilient Society

Aug. 14-17, 2017 | Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel, Iselin, New Jersey

The workshop begins Monday afternoon with half-day technical workshops followed by an evening reception.Tuesday and Thursday feature plenary sessions, mini-workshops and break-out concurrent sessions offering detailed presentations on engineered mitigation and floodproofing projects, policy, grant funding, natural and beneficial uses including stream restoration, mitigation planning and outreach. In keeping with tradition, all attendees are invited to participate in our Wednesday technical tours to see these techniques being applied in the field. Exhibitors will showcase their state-of-the-art materials, services, equipment, accessories and techniques early in the week at ASFPM’s first ever “Cracker Barrel” Tuesday evening. Plenty of time is planned for attendees to exchange ideas and view the exhibits, so opportunities to network will be ample. You don’t want to miss this event!


Registration is now available at

The general registration fee includes morning and afternoon breaks,Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday lunches, Monday and Tuesday evening receptions, Monday workshops, training sessions, Wednesday tour and all conference materials.

ASFPM has negotiated a discounted group rate for NMFPW at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel. A limited number of per diem rooms are also available. Attendees are strongly encouraged to make their reservations online using the links below to ensure they receive the negotiated group rates.

Government Room Reservation >>

Standard Room Reservation >>


The workshop is being conducted in New Jersey, five years after Hurricane Sandy. Many speakers (and the Wednesday tours) will highlight work and policy related to Sandy recovery efforts, but this is a national workshop with a national slate of speakers.

Iselin, New Jersey is one Amtrak stop south of Newark International Airport and just a short train ride from the Metro Park Amtrak station into New York City’s Penn Station. Consider coming early or staying late to enjoy a late summer weekend in the Big Apple.


Sponsors are an integral part of offering a successful workshop. Without their generous support, ASFPM would not be able to offer such in-depth, comprehensive training. Is your organization interested in sponsoring or exhibiting? Check out the Sponsor & Exhibitor Form or contact Jenny at jenny@dev1.netphoria.comtoday!