Thank you for joining us for our Summer Deep Dive Series!
We look forward to being with you all in person for WPC21 in Chattanooga, August 15-18, 2021!
Please revisit the 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting and
the rest of this great summer content!
September 9, 2020
12:00 PM ET/11:00 AM CT
Virtual Annual Meeting and Awards Program
Navigating the Latest on PFAS
Discussion of PFAS: What you should know about these contaminants and how to respond to them.
Louisville MSD: Large Interceptor Design & Construction
Lessons learned from the design and construction of a large interceptor consisting of 3,700 linear feet of 84 to 102-inch conduit with multiple consolidation sewers ranging in size from 12 to 60-inch pipe for two CSO control projects in unique locations. Discussion focused on design considerations, construction techniques and challenges.
Drinking Water Treatment Facilities Design Challenges; Modify or Start Over?
When looking to expand drinking water treatment facilities to meet today’s standards and increasing capacities, existing infrastructure presents challenges with design and costs. This webinar presented three projects where decisions had to be made to either modify the existing or start over.
CMAR Lessons Learned: Nashville Central Project
This webinar addressed multiple facets of this unique project: it is the largest dollar value project in Metro Water history, the first Construction Management at Risk project for Metro Water, and the first to be designed in BIM - three dimensional modeling. Presentations from Metro staff, the designers and CMAR covered communication between the Owner and treatment plant staff with the designers and CMAR regarding process and equipment preferences, sequencing, tie-ins, process control issues and Maintenance of Plant Operations (MOPO) during construction. Topics from the designers included design modifications based on input from the owner and CMAR, and lessons learned from BIM utilization. Topics also included the value in CMAR pre-construction phase services for decision making, value engineering, constructability reviews and cost estimating.
Filtration Improvements: Enhance Water Quality, Increase Reliability, and Expand Capacity
Improvements to the filters at the Knoxville Utilities Board and the Louisville Water Company will enhance water quality, increase reliability, and expand capacity. Participate in this webinar to find out how.
COVID-19 Response & Recovery
Join us to discuss the federal, state and local perspectives of COVID-19 response and recovery.