Creation of Sewer Metering Areas (SMA's) for Better Asset Management: A Western Virginia Water Authority Study
This Webinar concentrates on how Western Virginia Water Authority implemented Sewer Metered Areas (SMA’s) mini zones to assist in hydraulic model calibration and sewer asset prioritization for rehabilitation and replacement. SMA’s will be defined in detail, methodology will be explained, and benefits will be demonstrated using real-world examples. WVWA will also showcase their innovative use of Innovyze hydraulic modeling and asset management tools to aid in their straightforward, defensible approach of implementing SMA’s.
About the Presenter
Jim O’Dowd, BEng, is a professional engineer with over twenty years of experience in water and wastewater consulting and is currently the Infrastructure Asset Manager with the Western Virginia Water Authority in Roanoke, Virginia. He holds a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from University College Cork, Ireland. Mr. O’Dowd is Vice-Chair of the ASCE Pipelines Division Underground Pipeline Asset Management (UPAM) Committee and also serves on the UPAM Task Committee for Sewer Condition Assessment. He has presented papers at National and International conferences with a primary focus on hydraulic modeling and asset management.
Who should attend?
New, experienced or potential users interested in learning about latest advances and benefits in smarter asset management coupled with hydraulic modeling.
Date and Time
This Webinar is from 12:00pm â€“ 1:00pm (EST) on Thursday, September 17th, 2015.
Online via WebEx