CH2M HILL employees to participate in 2014 Utility Management Conference

Feb. 25, 2014

DENVER — The company is a sponsor of the UMC Conference and the Young Professionals Summit.

DENVER — Employees of CH2M HILL will be sharing their expertise at the 2014 Utility Management Conference (UMC), according to a press release.

The UMC is being jointly hosted by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the American Water Works Association (AWWA), Feb. 25-28 in Savannah, Ga., noted the release.

CH2M HILL consultants will be leading workshops and presenting alongside clients on water security contamination warning systems, new financial delivery models for water and wastewater infrastructure, benchmarking tools for effective utility management principles of asset management and more, the release reported.

The company is also a sponsor of the UMC Conference, continued the release, as well as the Young Professionals Summit, held in conjunction with UMC to help foster the development of the newest generation of water industry leaders.

According to the release, CH2M HILL employees participating in the conference include: Liz Kelly, Andrea Ramage, John Fortin, Christopher Macintosh, Laurens van der Tak, Mike Matichich, Dale Jutila, JD Solomon, Fair Yeager and Samuel Paske.

Find out more about CH2M HILL's involvement in the conference here.

Sponsored Recommendations

NFPA 70B a Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

NFPA 70B: A Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

How digital twins drive more environmentally conscious medium- and low-voltage equipment design

Medium- and low voltage equipment specifiers can adopt digital twin technology to adopt a circular economy approach for sustainable, low-carbon equipment design.

MV equipment sustainability depends on environmentally conscious design values

Medium- and low voltage equipment manufacturers can prepare for environmental regulations now by using innovative MV switchgear design that eliminates SF6 use.

Social Distancing from your electrical equipment?

Using digital tools and apps for nearby monitoring and control increases safety and reduces arc flash hazards since electrical equipment can be operated from a safer distance....