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
Jim Ginley, AWWA Chair of Asset Management Committee
Utility/Strategic Management Overview
Workforce Issues: Jason Pierce, City of Thornton
Taking Care of Your Assets: Dave Johnston, Mueller
Information Management: Connect & Optimize Enterprise Systems
Utility Presentation: Andy Rogers, Consolidated Mutual Water Company
Lunch (Provided by Sedaru)
Using Network Pressure Monitoring to Help Calm the Distribution Network, Daniel Bors, Syrinix
Dynamic Capital Planning
Optimized Leak and Break Response
Advanced Operations Management
Roadmap to Success
Raffle and Done
May 1 – Hosted by Consolidated Mutual Water Company
Consolidated Mutual Water Company
12700 W 27th Ave
Lakewood, CO 80215