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Ready. Set. Snow. How to Winterize and Protect Your Parking Lot

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2018 NPA Webinar Series
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Live Webinar | October 17, 1 p.m. ET

NPA Members: $35 / Nonmembers: $55

Implementing safe snow removal and adopting winterization practices is essential for parking structures.

In this informative webinar, Philip Sexton of WIT advisors, will outline the proactive steps that parking professionals can put in place before winter hits. Such a strategic approach can help operators sustainably predict and control the costs, determine business continuity issues, and assess the risks associated with managing winter storms and seasons.

In addition the webinar, will outline:

  • Mitigate Revenue Loss – Inadequate snow and ice management often leads to delayed business openings or reduced access to parking. This can lead to a significant loss in revenue during a winter storm and over a season.
  • Safety and Risk Management – Control snowy and icy surfaces to reduce slip-n-falls incidents and vehicular accidents.
  • Environmental Impact – Learn the best in class practices to minimize the environmental impact of chloride and other chemical use.


Phil Sexton

Phil Sexton
WIT Advisers

Phill Sexton is the Founder & Managing Director for WIT Companies, LLC and WIT Advisers, INC. , who do whatever it takes to develop, support and empower sustainable solutions for landscape and winter management, including the Sustainable Winter Management (SWiM)™ program and certification of properties. WIT Advisers and Phill is the industry adviser and liaison for the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA). He also serves as a Professor (Adjunct) at the Center of Agriculture and Natural Resources of the State University of New York (SUNY) at Cobleskill where he teaches the school’s landscape firm management course and also co-founded the first college accredited snow management curriculum in North America.

Phill’s education includes degrees in horticulture and business economics from the State University of NY and a Master’s Degree in Sustainability from Harvard University with a focus on corporate innovation and sustainability. His thesis research – A Sustainability Analysis of the Commercial Winter Management Industry’s Use of Salt – is published and archived by Harvard University.


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Participants in this webinar will qualify for 1 continuing education (CE) hour towards the CPP designation.

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