01 Nov WithersRavenel presenters lead the way at AWWA conference
WithersRavenel will have several utilities engineers, financial team leaders and staff professionals speaking at an upcoming annual conference.
The 99th annual NC-AWWA-WEA Conference will be Nov. 3-6 at the Raleigh Convention Center. The much-anticipated conference provides engineers with chances to network while also learning from their peers and other professionals at numerous educational sessions.
Nine members of our Utilities and Financial teams will be making presentations at the conference. Speaking at the event on Monday, Nov. 4 are:
Seth Robertson, PE – “Making a Case for Asset Management,” 9:30 a.m.
Robbie Bald, PE – “Old-School Wisdom Meets a New Generation of Programs: A Succession Plan for Greensboro’s Rehabilitation Program,” 10:40 a.m.
Kyle Pohle, EI – “How Environmental Permitting and Potential Contamination Can Affect Your Utility Project,” 11:15 a.m.
Emily Murawski, EI – “Flushing: It’s Not Just for Wastewater Anymore,” 2 p.m.
Catherine Renbarger – “DWI, CDBG, CWSRF, DWSRF, USDA, WIFI, Oh My!” 3:55 p.m.
Presenting Tuesday, Nov. 5 are:
Todd St. John, PE, LEED AP – “SRF Loans for Green Infrastructure Projects,” 8 a.m.
Jay Johnston, PE – “Thirsty for Controversy: Water Supply, Watershed Development,” 8:35 a.m.
John Akers, PE – “Asset Management Plan Preparation: Lessons Learned,” 2:20 p.m.
J.D. Freeman, PE, LEED AP – “From Chickens to Concrete: A Brownfield/Utility Success Story,” 4:05 p.m.
Other highlights of the conference include competitions, an exhibit hall, facility tours, silent auctions, and a golf tournament. Also, several activities are planned on Monday involving students and young professionals.
WithersRavenel is a corporate sponsor of the event. Stop at booth 516 in the vendor area and visit us. We look forward to seeing you in Raleigh at the AWWA conference! For more details on the conference, visit www.ncsafewater.org/page/AnnualConf .