WithersRavenel takes center stage at AWWA NC conference

WithersRavenel takes center stage at AWWA NC conference

A much-anticipated annual conference is going virtual for 2020, and WithersRavenel employees fill the speakers’ schedule.

The North Carolina section of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) will have their annual conference Nov. 2-4. The event still plans to have a keynote speaker and numerous technical sessions, along with networking opportunities, awards and exhibits.

WithersRavenel is proud to be an Ocean Level Conference Partner. We will have speakers for five presentations at the annual event:

  • Remote Sensing Manager Seth Swaim, PLS, GISP and Karen Shank, Client Officer for Remote Sensing/LiDAR, will lead a discussion on “Mooooving Data Collection to the Air.” The presentation is part of the Special Topics track, and will be 10:20-10:50 a.m. Nov. 2.
  • Utilities Engineer Clark Maness, PE, talks about “Tightfisted Times: How to Fix a Pump Station on a Tight Budget.” His presentation is part of the Young Professionals Track, and will be 10:55-11:25 a.m. Nov. 2
  • Utilities Engineer-in-Training Parker Colbath will discuss “Diagnosing Your Pump Station – What To Do When You Are Off the Pump Curve.”  His presentation is also part of the Young Professionals Track, and will be 4:40-5:10 p.m. Nov. 2.
  • Vice President and Director of Funding & Asset Management Seth Robertson, PE, and Senior Technical Consultant Ken Orie, PE, will speak on “New Daily Demand Patterns & The Financial Reality.” The presentation is part of the Project Management Track, and is scheduled for 9:45-10:15 a.m. Nov. 3.
  • Senior Utilities Engineer Randy Hintz, PE, will present on “Climate Change and Emergency Management Planning for Public Water Systems,” His discussion is part of the Project Management Track, and will be 9:10-9:40 a.m. Nov. 4.

Even though we won’t be together in person, we hope to connect with you at the AWWA virtual event. For more information on the conference schedule, click here.