Albuquerque’s water story—one of sustainability and adaptation

The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority (Water Utility Authority) provides water and wastewater services to the greater Albuquerque metropolitan area. Located at the crossroads of the southwest, Albuquerque has been a desert city for more than 300 years, and its lifeblood is water. The Water Utility Authority is focused on providing a reliable, safe, affordable and sustainable water supply to the community. Learn about what the Water Utility Authority has done to transform Albuquerque's water story into one of sustainability and adaptation by reading today's Access Water blog by CH2M's Greg Gates and the Water Utility Authority's John Stomp, III.

Investing to make water and wastewater utilities more resilient

Two CH2Mers were featured in the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) recent video, “Don’t Get Soaked: Invest in Emergency Preparedness, Prevention and Mitigation Activities,” which highlights the benefits of investing in preparedness, response and recovery activities at utilities.

Achieving Excellence in Maintenance, Operations, and Reliability by Implementing Best Practices

Srinivas Jalla, along with other CH2Mers, will be attending and presenting on best practices in asset management and more, at the 2016 Utility Management Conference, being held in San Diego, California, February 24-27. Over the last eight years, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, has worked to improve maintenance and reliability and is leading the way for other utilities. Check out today's Access Water blog to learn more about Gwinnett County's MORE (Maintenance, Operations, and Reliability Excellence) program.

10 Pearls of Wisdom from Peter Nicol

Water Online recently published a Q&A with CH2M’s Global Water Business Group President Peter Nicol. Peter Nicol offers "10 Pearls of Wisdom" on topics such as utility operations, technology development, infrastructure funding and more. See highlights from the Q&A article in today's Access Water blog.

How CMAR differs from Design-Build in the use of collaborative delivery

CH2Mer Leofwin Clark identifies the key differences between Construction Management At-Risk, or CMAR, and Design-Build in the use of collaborative delivery in today's Access Water blog.