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Utility Asset Management Principles & Practices #92015
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The class will focus on principles of utility asset management.

 Export to Your Calendar 2/25/2020
When: February 25, 2020, Tuesday
8:30 am
Where: Maine Rural Water Association - Training Center
254 Alexander Reed Road
Richmond, Maine  04357
United States
Contact: Kathleen Brill
207-737-4092


Online registration is available until: 2/25/2020
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The class will focus on principles of utility asset management: 

·         defining an asset,

·         defining current state of assets,

·         defining level of service,

·         determining criticality,

·         life cycle costing, and

·         long-term planning/funding. 

 

Participants will practice various techniques used in developing an asset management plan and will be presented alternative methods for tracking information.

Date & Location:

February 25, 2020
MRWA
254 Alexander Reed Road
Richmond, ME 04357

Registration:  8:00 am – 8:30 am

Class Time:    8:30 am – 11:30 am

Class Fee:       MRWA Members: $65  ------    Non-Members: $95

State Agency Approval:

Maine BLWSO: 3.0 TCHs for Water Operators (080-2020-MRW)

Maine DEP: 3.0 TCHs for Wastewater Operators (MRWA-598-WW-3)

(excludes registration and breaks)

Instructors:

Tony Shriner is the founder and President of iamGIS, a technology company that provides affordable and easy to use GIS/asset management software that anyone can proficiently use regardless of their background.  iamGIS is used throughout the United States and around the world to manage assets both above and underground.

Alex Wong, Director of Capacity Development, Maine Rural Water Association has been the point person for MRWA’s asset management efforts for the past three years. He holds a certificate in Asset Management from the Buried Asset Management Institute - International.  He has a master’s degree in Limnology and has taught students ranging in age from 5 to 85 a variety of subjects from water quality management to SAT and GRE prep to tai chi.  Alex is also a certified Class IV Water Treatment Operator and a Class IV Water Distribution Operator.