DBS&A senior engineer, Jennifer Hill, P.E., and hydrogeologist, Amy Ewing, P.G., are presenting in sessions on Sustainable Solutions for Water and Energy and Water Planning from Source to Customer, respectively. DBS&A is a sponsor and an integral part of the organizing committee for this year’s New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference (NMIFC) at the Ruidoso Convention Center on October 26 - 28, 2016, in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Sessions have been selected to appeal to a broad range of conference participants that include utilities, community and economic development, tribal, planning, transportation, finance, housing, and tourism. For more information on the conference, click here.
Jennifer Hill, P.E., will be moderating and presenting in the session entitled Filling the Bucket One Drop at a Time-Water Planning from Source to Customer. This session will discuss water planning from source to customer, including source water protection, water conservation, water audits, and asset management plans. Some water plans are regulatorily required, while some are considered best practice. This session will also cover state guidelines, templates, and case studies. For more information on DBS&A water resources services, click here (http://www.dbstephens.com/WaterResources/default.aspx), and for water resources planning, click here.
Amy Ewing, P.G., will provide an introduction to managed aquifer recharge and the benefits of conjunctive management of water resources, and an overview of the recharge project requirements and status of current projects in New Mexico. For more information on DBS&A’s managed aquifer recharge projects, click here.