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Those who manage complex public infrastructure face many challenges in today’s world. Aging infrastructure, global economic pressure, regulatory changes, contaminants of emerging concern, and climate change are all driving water utility managers to change the way they do business. Overcoming these challenges requires an enhanced focus on priorities and an efficient approach that considers the integrated, systematic evaluation of their infrastructure.

Speaking

July 17 - 20, 2022

2022 KY/TN Water Professionals Conference

Presentation: Artificial Intelligence, Real Solutions: Identifying Sewer Defects with AI
Central Bank Center,
Lexington, Kentucky

Insights

A Deep Dive into SWMM Modeling: 5 Common Mistakes
Brenton Hasenour, PE
Danny Ketzer, PE
August 16, 2021

A Deep Dive into SWMM Modeling: 5 Common Mistakes

Artificial Intelligence, Real Solutions: Identifying Sewer Defects with AI
Joshua Ford, PE
John Swartzbaugh, PE
July 01, 2021

Artificial Intelligence, Real Solutions: Identifying Sewer Defects with AI

Infrastructure Investments: Stormwater Considerations for Community Growth
Bryan Anderson, PE, ENV SP
Mike Mills, PE
June 01, 2021

Infrastructure Investments: Stormwater Considerations for Community Growth