Pipeline Management: Maintaining Collection Systems

Study on Sewer Pipe Materials: Life Cycle and Environmental Impact

Wednesday, April 18
3:35 PM - 4:00 PM
Location: Meeting Room 315, Sacramento Convention Center

CWEA: .5 Contact Hours

Practice Area: Team Challenge Area: Managing Assets for Longer Life Cycle

A material comparison of Sanitary Sewers for future and current construction

Learner Outcomes:

Level: Advanced; extensive knowledge of subject matter / senior level staff

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Veronica Alvarez

Consulting Engineer
Gladding Mcbean

Biography:

Consulting Engineer, BS in Civil Engineering, CWEA SYP LABS chair and VP Socal state board, NASSCO operations and maintenance board. Greenbook committee. Enviornmental Engineer for the City of Los Angeles from 2013-2016 and consultant from 2009-2013

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Shawn Nesgis

Wastewater Collections Supervisor
Union Sanitary District

Biography:

Shawn Nesgis, Construction Superviser at Union Sanitary District. I have worked for Union Sanitary District for 22 years in the Wastewater Operations Department, Collection Services. My experience includes ten years of performing main line cleaning, CCTV inspections, and an assortment of construction related activities, with twelve additional years supervising the Maintenance and Televising Team and the Construction Team for the department.

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