Join your peer utilities to discuss how utilities can use technology, together with utility management best practices, to optimize business and system operations. Based on the concepts from the AWWA M5 Manual of Practice on Utility Management, this seminar will feature the M5 and real-world utility case studies, focusing on how utilities can put modern best practices into place.
Organized and presented by several contributors for the AWWA M5, including the AWWA’s Asset Management Committee Chairperson, the seminar will be a fun and interactive experience. Hear from several utilities directly, learn from their experiences, and share yours!
Registration is free and includes lunch, but space is limited. Register today to make sure you don’t miss out!
Registration & Check-in
Welcome, Introductions and Overview – Steve Horn
Strategic Management Overview for Utilities – Jim Ginley
AWWA Chair of Asset Management Committee
The DROPPS Roadmap for Utility Success – Paul Hauffen
Everett, MA – Digital Transformation of Utility Operations – Adam Simonsen
Danvers, MA – Risk-based Capital Planning – Stephen King & Rebecca Gonsalves
South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority – Measuring Real Time Water Loss – Adam Simonsen
Lunch and Networking (Provided by Sedaru)
The Future of GIS Technology for Utilities – Andrew Falker
Gloucester, MA – Automating 811 Workflows – Steve Horn
Managing Main Breaks and Leaks on the West Coast – Paul Hauffen
Group Discussion – What are your biggest challenges?
Raffle and Wrap-Up
Nov 14th, 2019 – Hosted by Esri Boston in Middleton, MA