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Management consulting team specializing in the water, energy, transportation & government markets
Management consulting team specializing in the water, energy, transportation & government markets

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We’re excited to be participating in Ozwater’16 this week! If you’re at the conference, make sure to join Alana Duncker on Thursday at 11:45 a.m. for her presentation titled, “Benefits and Savings from the Distribution Optimisation Tool” and learn more about the operations optimisation tool at SA Water. http://ow.ly/sGao3004Hvz

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The popular ActiveManuals™ electronic O&M (eO&M) manual tool is now available in an iPad version that you can take offline! ActiveManuals To Go™ uses a file created by ActiveManuals™ to let O&M staff have the complete eO&M manual wherever they are, whether they are connected to a network or not. Reference documents, SOPs, process descriptions, pictures, videos and drawing are all available To Go! Find ActiveManuals To Go™ in the iTunes App Store, and learn more on our website. http://ow.ly/4n6UMK

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You can take it with you! Phil Smith highlights how organizing operational information with a centralized electronic operations and maintenance manual can save time and money. http://ow.ly/4mRjGg

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We’re looking forward to presenting at the upcoming 2016 American Planning Association National Conference in Phoenix! Darrin Punchard, Americas risk and resilience lead, will present at two sessions on Sunday and Monday about incorporating disaster risk reduction into planning and the roll-out of the Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Recovery (HMDR) Division. Additionally, Brendan Nelson, Asia Pacific risk and resilience lead and President of the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA), will be joining the conference as an international expert. We’re excited to see you there! http://ow.ly/10bv6Z

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Communities in the U.S. are on the front lines of dealing with one of the nation's largest fiscal liabilities - the rising tide of flood insurance costs. How can state and local governments reduce the long-term costs of flood insurance for their residents? Darrin Punchard provides his insights. http://ow.ly/ZO4tr

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Water utilities are implicitly betting on the weather, and this drives costly variability in their revenue. Proactive approaches for managing, and even transferring, weather risk can provide much needed stability and efficiency. Read about these proactive ways to manage utility risk revenue. http://ow.ly/ZxATP

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Last night, the Environmental Business Journal presented the 2015 Business Achievement Awards at the Environmental Industry Summit. Thank you to EBJ for our award and for featuring us in the recent edition of the publication! Read the interview with Dan McConville. http://ow.ly/ZjcaU

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This week, Darrin Punchard is participating in the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute’s Annual Conference in Denver, CO. This year’s conference will address the transformative land use legal and policy developments in the Rocky Mountain West. Learn more about this conference that helps define and influence the U.S. West’s land use and development future. http://ow.ly/YZx9j

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Utilities often underestimate the full cost of revenue shortfalls. If they considered the full costs of shortfalls, which can be 10% to 20% higher due to some 'hidden costs', additional risk management solutions might appear more justified. Mac Hodell discusses these hidden costs and their implications. http://ow.ly/Z20NT

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The world’s leaders in urban water management and CROs met in Rotterdam, home of the masters of Living with Water. See what tools tactics they came up with. http://ow.ly/YWQZ5
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