Between supporting innovation in the water sector and helping engineers learn how to share their stories with utilities, Jen Murphy from Parametrix believes integrity and technical competency paired together helps build trust between utilities and engineers.
Trinnex is a newly launched wholly-owned subsidiary of CDM Smith. It represents the magic that happens at the intersection of trust, innovation, and experience by fusing bold innovation with deep experience in digital strategies and software solutions.
Due to the Revised Lead and Copper Rule and the (eventual?) passing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), utilities are now required and incentivized to better assess and replace lead pipes within their networks.
From engaging polls on LinkedIn to gaining business through social media engagement, Walid Khoury, General Manager for Desalytics, talks about what it takes to be a pro when it comes to engaging with the water industry on social media.
This week's Water Talk looked at the proposed infrastructure bill and how it relates to creating more resilient communities through improved technology. A lot of that new technology comes in the form of more low-impact designs to better manage stormwater by mimicking the natural hydrology of an existing site. You'll also learn about InfoDrainage's ability to design green infrastructure, ensure that designs are sized accurately, and leverage every dollar from the infrastructure bill's grants. We've also added some new and powerful functionality with a 2D engine which can take the guesswork out of including overland flow paths with your drainage design.
Due to the Revised Lead and Copper Rule and the (eventual?) passing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), utilities are now required and incentivized to better assess and replace lead pipes within their networks. This Water Talks presentation evaluates how utilities can use accessible data and available software solutions to quickly understand and take advantage of the funding within the IIJA to meet and exceed the 2024 reporting requirements in the new EPA regulation.
Jacobs and DeKalb County joined us for this edition of Water Talks. Listen to how these two large organizations manage multiple databases and software solutions to deliver more informed risk models and prioritized rehab plans.
DeKalb County gets a whopping 52 inches of rain on average each year! Compared to the US average of 38 inches of rain, this particular county takes its approach to rainfall management very seriously and attributes its success to a unique approach using the ground infiltration model (GIM) in InfoWorks ICM.