Chicago, Illinois -- Faced with aging transmission and distribution systems and limited O&M budgets, utilities are being pressed to maximize the lifespan of their current equipment while facing heavy scrutiny from both internal and external stakeholders. This conference will provide attendees with clear strategies for managing classifying and prioritizing the repair and replacement of their aging T&D systems. Focusing on real experiences from leading utilities, attendees will be equipped with tools to address problem components and justify their maintenance decisions to management, regulators, and external stakeholders.
Aging T&D Infrastructure Conference 2015
Faced with aging transmission and distribution systems and limited O&M budgets, utilities are being pressed to maximize the lifespan of their current equipment while facing heavy scrutiny from both internal and external stakeholders. This ...
Journal of Environment and Health Sciences Publishes Paper on Assessment of WaSH Infrastructure in Cambodian Schools with Aquagenx CBT
Equitable access to clean water and sanitation is a sustainable development goal that merits attention in Cambodia. The purpose of this study was to examine the WaSH infrastructure, practices, and previous interventions in 8 rural government schools serving approximately 2,500 students in the Trapeang Chour Commune, Cambodia. A rapid assessment methodology was utilized to collect field data including key informant interviews with school administrators, site visits and observational surveys at local schools, and...
AWWA launches Buried No Longer® tool, highlights WIFIA during Infrastructure Week
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AWWA advocates for water infrastructure investment as Drinking Water Week ends
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CH2M, Evergreen State College Center for Sustainable Infrastructure visualize a future for water infrastructure
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CH2M envisions better way of managing life-cycle infrastructure development
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