The Utility Management Conference (UMC) is hosted by the American Water Works Association to provide utility leaders with the latest tools, techniques, best practices and emerging solutions needed for effective utility management. CH2M Project Manager Lucy Cotter will discuss CH2M’s partnership with Metro Vancouver at the conference being held, in San Diego, California, from February 24-27.
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.
CH2Mer Samuel Jeyanayagam will present “The Nutrient Roadmap”, a new Water Environment Federation manual, to help utility managers and decision makers manage nutrients in a more sustainable manner. Join Samuel at WEFTEC on Monday, to learn more about this manual or read today's Access Water blog to learn more about this special publication and how it can help your utility become not just a facility that produces clean water, but one that is capable of recovering critical nutrients for reuse in an energy-neutral manner.
The Cityworks User Conference is taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah, this week. Showcasing Cityworks’ latest innovations, ideas and technology, the Cityworks User Conference is an excellent forum for Cityworks users, business partners and potential users to learn about the benefits of managing infrastructure capital assets with a GIS-centric asset management solution. CH2M's Sarah Parrish is attending this year's conference and will be presenting a case study on how Delaware's New Castle County implemented Cityworks as an intelligent and cost-effective asset data management system to improve compliance reporting.
From April 20-24, water industry professionals from around the world are descending on Cincinnati, Ohio, for a week-long Water Efficiency and Performance Assessment of Water Services Conference, which is being sponsored by the International Water Association. Throughout the conference, participants will explore critical issues facing the industry today, such water scarcity, increasing demand, and the deterioration of water resources. CH2M HILL is proud to sponsor this event, and several of our employees will be presenting at the conference. Check out today's Access Water blog for more information about this upcoming event.